Krispy Kreme just launched its new Halloween-themed donut collection along with a new sweet drink. In addition, it has special offers for the season.
To celebrate Halloween, Krispy Kreme offers its customers a personalized box called Haunted House Collection featuring twelve donuts with designs inspired by the spooky celebration.
“When fans open the door to our personalized haunted house box, they will be treated to all-new donuts that are perfect for celebrating all things Halloween sweet,” said Dave Skena, global brand director for Krispy Skreme.
Boxes with the Halloween Donut Collection are now available for a limited time during the season.
There are four different donut flavors that you can find in each box. Each Krispy Skreme Haunted House dozen is made with 3 Spooky Spider, 3 Boo Batter, 3 Scaredy Cat, and 3 Neon Orange Sprinkle.
Spooky Spider Doughnut: an Original Glazed donut dipped in chocolate frosting and topped with cookie bits, a glazed spider web and a piece of spider sugar.
Scaredy Cat Doughnut: a shell donut filled with Kreme, dipped in purple icing and decorated with green buttercream and chocolate icing, and topped with a piece of cat chocolate.
Boo Batter Doughnut: a shell donut filled with luscious pie crust, topped with neon green frosting, spooky sugar sprinkles, buttercream and a spooky piece of ghost sugar.
Neon Orange Sprinkle Doughnut: it’s a donut with neon orange icing and topped with a mix of Halloween sprinkles.
“There’s a chill in the air and a chill in your cup,” Krispy Skreme also offers a new Halloween drink it has called Freaky Frozen Chiller that has green apple and wild grape flavors with a drizzle of green apple.
On the eve of Halloween, “Saturday Scary Sharies” also returns to Krispy Skreme every Saturday from October 15 until Halloween (10/15, 10/22 and 10/29). Customers can get a $2 Original Glazed dozen to share with the purchase of any dozen.
The “Saturday Scary Sharies” promotion can be redeemed in-store, drive-thru and also applies to online orders for pickup or delivery. You can order online each week on Thursday and Friday for Saturday pickup and delivery.
On October 31, any customer who visits a Krispy Skreme store dressed in a Halloween costume can receive a free donut of their choice with no purchase required.
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