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Dec 7, 2011

News: Krispy Kreme - Seasonal Christmas Doughnuts

Krispy Kreme showcases three different holiday donuts this season: the new Red Velvet Cake Doughnut, as well as the returning Snowman and Chocolate Iced with Holiday Sprinkles.

The Snowman Doughnut is a snowman-shaped doughnut decorated in white icing and a red icing scarf.

The Chocolate Iced with Holiday Sprinkles consists of a chocolate-iced doughnut with red and green sprinkles.

The Red Velvet Cake Doughnut features a cake doughnut topped with cream cheese icing and red velvet cake crumbles.

The donuts are available at participating Krispy Kreme locations through December 31st.

Krispy Kreme is also offering 12 free gift tags good for free "treats" when you buy two or more dozen donuts at participating locations.


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4 comments :

  1. we love the Christmas donutd especially the snowmen

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  2. http://www.kare11.com/news/news_article.aspx?storyid=499795

    Ooooooooo... look what I found!!!!!!!!!!

    "Krispy Kreme leaves Minnesota"

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    Analysts suggest the decline for Krispy Kreme began when too many stores went up too quickly."

    That statement is meaningless and should not even be considered as conveying ANYTHING meaningful.

    It could have been worded "Clinical studies suggest...." but these terms I usually used for meaningless froth in regards to medications or fake pills that skirt federal regulations by the marketing methods used to coerce an uneducated to buy the offered snake oil.

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  3. http://locations.krispykreme.com/

    Thou appeareth to write with non-forked pixels activated by thine keyboard and binary codes.

    Missouri has a few Krispy Kremes but that is logical due to the HUGE herd of prodigious calorie consumers here.

    Maybe Minnesota does not have enough tubs of lard to buy ample doughnut output?

    Maybe a local retail outlet will sell imported Krispy Kremes.

    It would be easy to truck in and supply a local chain grocery store.

    However, I would seek out a locally-owned doughnut maker/seller and become a steady customer of the one offering what you think are the yummiest doughnuts.

    A regular customer MAY receive benefits such as occasional free doughnuts, etc.

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  4. Why does Minnesota not have Krispy Kreme anymore!?!?  /sadface

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