Krispy Kreme is doing too much with Salted Egg-Filled Donut Ring


Krispy Kreme has come out with a new Salted Egg-filed Donut Ring, and we have to ask what in God’s name were they thinking?

Looking at Krispy Kreme’s new Salted Egg-filed Donut Ring has given me serious nightmares.

I mean, what it the world was Krispy Kreme thinking when they created this abomination? I mean, I get that sugar and salt can make for a good combination, but it isn’t meant to get together all the time, and the Salted Egg-filled Donut Ring wasn’t one of them.

The Salted Egg Donut Ring made its unholy entrance into the world in Thailand, and the donut ring has a “lava egg” that “erupts” when you take a bit out of it. According to Delish, who did us the disservice of bringing birth to this abomination, the “lava egg” is a custard made from egg yolk, hence, why It has that salty taste to it.

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Does this sound appealing to you? If so, I may need to call the “white coats” to come and scoop you up.

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The Salted Egg Donut RIng will be available through June 30, and it runs 35 baht ($1 here in America). I know Thailand Krispy Kreme lovers will be egging (pun fully intended) to try this, but It would be hard for me to believe that the North Carolina-based donut chain will seriously introduce this to Americans.

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We’re used to eating weird stuff, and for our fast food outlets to release some of the craziest food we’ve ever seen; but the Salted Egg-filled Donut Ring goes too far, even for Thailand.