Krispy Kreme Is Celebrating Halloween With Monster Donuts And $1 “Sweet-Or-Treat” Saturdays
Happy October! It’s officially the holiday season, IMO, and time to carve all the pumpkins, drink all the cider, and eat all the Halloween donuts that Krispy Kreme has to offer, which, as it turns out, is a lot! The chain announced its Scary Sweet Monster Doughnuts, which are sure to make your Halloween that much better.
Each of the donuts is made to look like one of your favorite classic monsters but in donut form. First up is the Frank Monster Doughnut, which is filled with Original Kreme, dipped in green icing, and decorated with icing, sprinkles, and pretzel piece bolts. Next is the Drake Monster Doughnut, stuffed with raspberry filling, dipped in light purple icing, and decorated with icing and sugar piece eyes to look like a vampire…not the Edward Cullen kind though. Finally you have the Wolfie Monster Doughnut, which is an Original Glazed doughnut dipped in chocolate icing and decorated like a werewolf with Chocolate Kreme, a sugar piece face, and cinnamon sugar cereal ears. I am going to need that RIGHT NOW or I am going to turn into a wolf myself.
These donuts will be available starting October 5, which is, yes, not today, but who doesn’t love a little anticipation? Something tells me these little guys will be worth it. Additionally, Krispy Kreme will be celebrating Halloween with “Sweet-or-Treat” Saturdays. Every Saturday from October 10 through Halloween, you can get a $1 Sweet-or-Treat dozen with the purchase of any dozen. Then you can give them to friends or neighbors or anyone else you want to give some holiday cheer! Each dozen is individually wrapped and includes a special-edition Jack-o’-Lantern Doughnut alongside Classic Glazed donuts, as shown in the photo below (along with the Monster Donuts).
You can get this deal at participating shops in the U.S. by going through the drive thru and by ordering online at Krispy Kreme’s website or app for door-side pickup or delivery. Happy Halloween!!!!
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