Krispy Kreme’s New Halloween Donuts Are Here

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If you consider yourself a fan of Krispy Kreme, then you know they never miss a chance to join in on holiday fun. Whether celebrating the Fourth of July, a rare Strawberry Supermoon, or just welcoming in a new season, the beloved donut brand is all about giving fans a delicious excuse to stop by. So, it should come as no surprise that they’ve released a new lineup of frightful and extremely delightful treats for Halloween.

Available now until October 31, Krispy Kreme — which has aptly retitled itself as Krispy Skreme until the end of spooky season — will be offering donut-lovers the chance to try not one, but four new tasty Halloween-themed holes. Ready to find out what they are? Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered.

The first, named the Abra Cat Dabra, is an Original Glazed donut dipped in chocolate icing and topped with black sanding sugar. And, of course, it’s decorated to look just a friendly black cat. If you’re looking for something a bit more magical, however, you can also pick up an Enchanted Cauldron donut, which is a Glazed Chocolate Cake donut that’s topped with green and black Kreme, multi-colored sprinkles, and pretzels.

For those of you looking for more of a witchin’ good time, the Bewitched Broomstick donut is the treat for you. Made with an unglazed shell donut and topped with an icing swirl, green buttercream, and a pretzel for the “broomstick,” you’ll wonder why it can’t be Halloween all year long. And what about that last donut, you ask? Although it’s just an Original Glazed donut dipped in orange icing and a Halloween-themed sprinkle blend, the Spooky Sprinkle still finds a way to fit itself comfortably into the mix of ghoulish goods.

So, if you’ve been looking for an excuse to give your baking skills a break and pick up something already made, here’s your sign. And — just in case you were wondering — you can also score yourself a dozen donuts for just $1 every Saturday beginning Saturday, October 16 as well as nab a free donut on Halloween if you show up in a costume. What a deal!

Ni’Kesia Pannell


Ni’Kesia Pannell is the News & Culture Editor at Kitchn. Known as a self-proclaimed Slurpee connoisseur and the Queen of Nostalgic Things, Ni’Kesia spends her spare time running her all-natural beverage business — Peach State Drinks — and binging all the old shows you can name.

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