Krispy Kreme Adds Fun to its Lineup With Doughnut Shapes

Krispy Kreme Adds Fun to Your Festivities with their new doughnut shapes.

The new doughnut shapes are made from their classic yeast-raised doughnuts just in time for the Big Game and Valentine’s Day.

These classic yeast-raised doughnuts are cut into shapes near the beginning of the doughnut making process and are then decorated with icing and sprinkles.

Football Shapes

Score a touchdown with your crowd’s taste buds and show your team spirit by serving football-shaped doughnuts, customized to include your team colors!

These are available now through February 5 in participating Krispy Kreme stores.

Heart Shapes

Share the love this Valentine’s Day with new heart-shaped doughnuts decorated with white icing and pink, red and white sprinkles.

Available now through February 14 in participating Krispy Kreme stores.

More Shapes

Egg, Star and Pumpkin-shaped doughnuts will be available throughout the year. All shapes are available when ordered in advance.

Delight your guests, surprise your sweetie or say thank you to your hostess with new Krispy Kreme doughnut shapes!

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