While nutritionists and your mom stress eating a healthy breakfast (usually consisting of fruit, Greek yogurt, and something with fiber in it that tastes like either warm gruel or cardboard with soy milk), we crave warm doughnuts fresh from the oven, served with a piping hot cup of Joe.
Krispy Kreme has heard our deepest desires with the introduction of their new coffee doughnuts. The treats are available for a limited time and are the result of what happens when your favorite baked pastry falls in love with a morning beverage.
The Mocha Kreme Doughnut is a yeast doughnut filled with a blend of chocolate and coffee "kreme", toppped with a milk chocolate swirl and decorated with milk chocolate icing.
The Caramel Coffee Kreme Doughnut starts with a traditional glazed, then tops it with caramel and coffee flavored icing and a mocha drizzle before adding a generous dollop of coffee "kreme".
Both doughnuts are available "hot and now" for a limited time. In addition, Krispy Kreme is offering new coffee drinks like a cinnamon dolce latte, vanilla latte, and ice mocha. And, like everything else, there's a hashtag. Use #LottaLatte when you tweet your love to @krispykreme.
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