FAST FOOD NEWS: Krispy Kreme Fruity Fresh off the Line Doughnuts

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Krispy Kreme will be rolling out three new limited time only fruit glaze doughnut flavors throughout the next three weeks. The chain will release one new flavor each week and it’ll be available from Tuesday through Friday of that week.

Along with the fruity glazed doughnut, Krispy Kreme will also offer Original Filled versions of each flavor, which are:

Strawberry Glazed and Strawberry Kreme Filled Doughnuts – Both doughnuts have a strawberry glaze, with the Original Filled featuring a strawberry Kreme. They will be available from April 28 to May 1.

Key Lime Glazed and Key Lime Kreme Filled Doughnuts – The doughnuts feature a key lime flavored glaze, with the Original Filled version have a key lime Kreme. They will be available from May 5 to May 8.

Lemon Glazed and Lemon Kreme Filled Doughnuts – The Lemon Glazed Doughnut is a returning flavor. We reviewed it two years ago. The Original Filled version comes with the same lemony glaze, but is also pumped with lemon Kreme filling. Both will be available from May 12 to May 15.

If any of these interest you, customers can purchase Fresh off the Line Doughnuts either through their local Krispy Kreme drive?thru or by ordering online via Krispy Kreme’s website or app for curbside pickup or for delivery to their doorstep.

Since you can’t go inside a Krispy Kreme location to see them go under a glaze fountain, the chain has created the video below that gets you close to the glazing process.

If you try any of them, let us know what you think in the comments.

(Image via Krispy Kreme.)

One thought to “FAST FOOD NEWS: Krispy Kreme Fruity Fresh off the Line Doughnuts”

  1. After watching that video, I feel like I need a shower. 🙂

    I guess that I should be happy that the nearest Krispy Kreme is 25 minutes away, down a freeway.

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