YOU can now buy filled ring doughnuts at Krispy Kreme for the first time – and they come in two delicious flavours.
One has a gooey salted caramel filling and another has a Nutella-inspired chocolate hazelnut centre – but they’re more expensive than the American chain’s classic ring doughnuts.
Krispy Kreme There are two flavours of Original Filled ring doughnuts: salted caramel, and nutty chocolatta
Each new Original Filled doughnut costs £1.90, making them the most expensive type of ring doughnut Krispy Kreme sells.
They’re 35p more than a £1.55 Original Glazed ring doughnut, and 15p more than a £1.75 topped ring doughnut, such as the Chocolate Sprinkles treat.
But fans don’t seem to mind, as more than 13,000 people have excitedly commented on a post about the new treats on Krispy Kreme’s Facebook page.
Many joked that their diets were now ruined.
Twitter People are very excited about the new treats
And they’re not wrong as they’re definitely not healthy snacks, as you might have guessed.
The Nutty Chocolatta doughnut contains 313 calories and 20.5g of sugar – five teaspoons’ worth – while the Salted Caramel contains 279 calories and 25g of sugar – the equivalent of more than six teaspoons.
An adult’s recommended daily calorie allowance is 2,000 for women and 2,500 for men.
Meanwhile, it’s recommended that all adults and children over 11 should only eat 30g of added sugar a day.
They new filled rings are on sale now at Krispy Kreme’s 120 UK shops and in its 900 cabinets in supermarkets, including Tesco.
Krispy Kreme Krispy Kreme is hosting a pop-up in London next weekend where you can try the new doughnuts free of charge
You can also order them online for collection.
They won’t be around forever though as they’re only on sale until April 7.
If you don’t want to fork out £1.90 for one, you can try them free if you’re in London next weekend.
There’s a “Magic In The Middle” pop-up to celebrate the launch of the new treats on March 8 and 9, where an extra three flavours will be available to try, as well as the salted caramel and nutty chocolatta varieties.
Two of the new flavours are raspberry and custard but there’s a third new flavour that Krispy Kreme is keeping secret for now that can only be tried at the event.
Entry to the pop-up is free but you should expect big queues throughout the day.
It’s open from 10am until 8pm on Friday, March 8 and from 11am until 6pm on Saturday, March 9 at 5 Great Newport Street, London, WC2H 7JB.
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Did you know Krispy Kreme gives you a free doughnut if you sign up to its newsletter or download its app?
A few weeks ago, two huge boxes of Krispy Kreme doughnuts were delivered to Downing Street under armed guard.
Meanwhile, in September, fans queued from 3am when Swansea’s newest branch opened after they were promised free doughnuts for a year.
Young lad eats a dozen Krispy Kreme doughnuts as fast as he can
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