what to eat now: Krispy Kreme

Krispy Kreme are putting the egg-stra into Easter this year, as they launch their latest range featuring the Egg-splosion, Cracking Honeycomb Crunch and Egg-streme Berry Pop, or you can make your own with the Easter Creations Kits (£14.95 + delivery). The kit comes with everything you need to get started including x2 Original Glazed ring doughnuts and x2 Egg-Splosion Kreme filled doughnuts for you to decorate with including colourful toppings and icings– available from 22nd March-2nd April with limited stock – once they’re gone, they’re gone.

 

The Egg-splosion (RRP £2.25) – Kreme filled with a fondant yolk, dipped in chocolate flavour coating and drizzled with white and yellow icing.

 

Egg-streme Berry Pop (RRP £2.25) – Fruity raspberry filling, dipped in icing and decorated with strawberry and orange flavoured popping candy – eggcellent!

 

Cracking Honeycomb Crunch (RRP £2.25) – Rich caramel centre, dipped in white chocolate flavour coating and scattered with honeycomb pieces and caramel swirls.

 

Krispy Kreme will see the Easter range feature within The Easter Eggstravaganza Dozen (RRP £18.95), that includes x3 of each Easter doughnut included alongside x3 fan favourite Original Glazed doughnuts. All available in-store, via Click & Serve as well as Nationwide delivery, or exclusively with free delivery via Uber Eats, including Easter Sunday!

Over the bank holiday weekend, from Friday 2nd – Sunday 4th April, the Easter Eggstravaganza Dozen will be available exclusively via the Uber Eats app. The special Dozen comes with free delivery* and will arrive contact-free (meaning your courier will leave the order at your door).

Krispy Kreme has also introduced the Egg-cellent Easter 3 Pack, a cabinet exclusive made up of the three Limited Time Only doughnuts – available priced from £5.35 at your nearest cabinet store.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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