Krispy Kreme offering new fruit-inspired doughnuts soon


Krispy Kreme is celebrating summer early by bringing back one of their fan favorites and introducing three new fruit-inspired flavors. Check them out!

Summer is coming early to Krispy Kreme. The doughnut shop is not only bringing back one of their most popular flavors, they are also introducing three new fruity flavors. But they are only available for a limited time, so you will want to get them quick.

Lemon glaze, one of Krispy Kreme’s fan favorites, will be back but for one week only! From April 22 to April 28. The doughnut is just like their classic original but made even better with lemon added to the glaze. It’s the perfect sweet treat to have on a summer day.

The new fruit-inspired doughnuts  are not only filled with different fruit fillings, they’re also shaped like the fruits they represent.

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The first new flavor is a pineapple doughnut. It is filled with a pineapple filling and decorated with yellow and green icing to look just like a little round version of the tropical fruit. A doughnut doesn’t get much cuter than this.

The next flavor is straight from the Florida Keys. The doughnut is filled with key lime cream, dipped in a light green icing, and decorated with a sugared lime on top. The sweetness of the doughnut should balance well with the tartness of the lime.

The final doughnut is perfect for any hot summer day. The strawberry doughnut is bursting with strawberry filling and decorated and shaped to look just like the fruit. They even added the leaves in green icing to make it look more authentic.

Unfortunately, these new fruit flavors won’t be coming out for a couple of weeks. You can find them in stores on May 6 and they will only be available until June 16. They will be gone before the official start of summer even comes, so you will want to get them while they last.

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Will you be trying one of these new Krispy Kreme flavors? What flavor peaks your interest? Let us know in the comments!