Krispy Kreme and their elves went straight to work creating a bit of holiday magic with a tasty and festive lineup of holiday doughnuts.
Now through Tuesday, December 24, Krispy Kreme’s new Holiday “trio of North Pole-inspired treats” will be available at Chicagoland shops located in Homewood at 17815 South Halsted Street, Evergreen Park at 9150 South Western Avenue, Hillside at 110 South Mannheim Road and Chicago in Block 37 at 108 North State Street
Here’s a preview:
Original Glazed® “Reindeer Doughnut,” dipped in chocolate icing and adorned with pretzel antlers and a red nose almost too cute to eat;
The fan-favorite “Santa Belly Doughnut,” a Chocolate Kreme™ filled doughnut inspired by the big guy himself;
The “Present Doughnut,” a festively decorated Original Glazed® Doughnut, filled with Original Kreme™.
Krispy Kreme is transforming the first full weekend in December into a three-day event with their Chocolate Glazed Wonderland collection, available Friday, December 6 through Sunday, December 8 at Chicagoland shops.
The four special‑edition, limited time chocolate varieties include:
- Chocolate Glazed Doughnut: The sought-after Original Glazed® Doughnut covered in rich chocolate glaze.
- Chocolate Glazed Original Filled, Original Kreme: Inspired by the snow-covered North Pole, this Chocolate Glazed Doughnut is filled with Original Kreme™ and dusted with powdered sugar.
- Chocolate Glazed Original Filled, Cake Batter: A Krispy Kreme first, the Chocolate Glazed Doughnut is filled with chocolate cake batter, dipped in chocolate icing and topped with bright confetti sprinkles.
- Chocolate Glazed Original Filled, Double Chocolate: This decadent delight features a Chocolate Glazed Doughnut filled with Chocolate Kreme™, decorated with festive holiday icing.
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