Sure, dessert is good, but have you had dessert-flavoured donuts? Right now, there are two new Krispy Kreme donuts in Canada that you need to try if you never skip a sweet treat after dinner. You can't have too much of a good thing, right?

The same company that gave us free donuts to kick off June is now coming through with three familiar flavours.

Inspired by classic desserts you've probably already tried before, they're available at participating Canadian locations now until Wednesday, June 24.

Chocoholics will love the Mississippi Mud Pie. Topped with marshmallow drizzle, cookie, and graham crumbles it packs a double chocolate punch.

It's a classic fluffy donut filled with chocolate cream and dipped in chocolate icing. It has serious s'mores vibes, but it's taking the chocolate seriously.

If you're like me and you love nostalgic flavours, then the Banana Pudding will take you back to the boxed lunches you had as a kid.

It's stuffed full of banana pudding, has a generous pile of cream on top and it's dusted with vanilla wafer cookies. This won't count towards your Canada's food guide recommended fruit intake, but it's worth it. 

Even though Dr. Tam herself said we should be laying off the donuts, what she doesn't know won't hurt her. 

Unfortunately, Canadians cant' get in on that coconut donut action that our friends in the U.S. can.

But the company confirmed on their website that Canadian locations are joining in with both the Mississippi Mud Pie and the Banana Pudding donuts.

Still, the next time you're picking up a dozen donuts for your weekend brunch, picnic with friends, or treat-yourself day — you'll have some fresh picks to choose from.

The company just wrapped on summer flavours like Key Lime, Lemon, and Strawberry that they had for just a short time earlier this year.

You have until the final week of June to try out their latest creations.

Whether you're a die-hard Timmies fan, Krispy Kreme devotee or a gourmet donut connoisseur, hardly anyone with a sweet tooth can resist trying new flavours. 

After all, variety is the spice of life.