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PR: Get into the spirit of the holidays, Krispy Kreme style

This year, the world-renowned doughnut brand has added two more exclusive holiday creations to share the holiday spirit.


Made with the same classic yeast-raised dough, this year’s merry assortments include the Snowflakes Doughnut, a delightful chocolate iced doughnut with Kreme filling and dusted with confectioner’s sugar; Holiday Sprinkles, a delicious ring doughnut smothered with white icing and festive white, red and green sprinkles; and the Snowman Doughnut, a snow-white glaze and holly leaf doughnut in the shape of a snowman topped with Krispy Kreme’s flavorful mixes.

Embrace the joyful spirit that the holiday brings by grabbing a box (or two) of these seasonal treats. Available at all Krispy Kreme outlets from November 28 to December 31, 2011 only.


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Krispy Kreme has been making fresh, hot doughnuts of the highest quality since 1937.  Its first branch in the Philippines opened back in 2006 in Bonifacio High Street.  Today, Krispy Kreme has 25 branches nationwide with stores in Greenhills Shopping Center, SM Mall of Asia, Trinoma Mall, Festival Supermall, SM Megamall and other top locations including Festival Supermall in Alabang and Marquee Mall in Clark, Pampanga.
To get more information about the brand, you may log on to www.krispykreme.com.ph and become a friend of Krispy Kreme or get to know Chloe at www.facebook.com/ChloeKrispyKremePH.

Comments

  1. Those doughnuts are so cute! :) Loving the snowflake and snowman ones more though. Will probably get a dozen of these for Christmas eve.. ^^ Thanks for sharing this sis!

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  2. I love krispy kreme! It elts in your mouth talaga! I love the Christmas designs!

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  3. weee... can't wait to visit krispy kreme again.. ;)

    pls join my give away: http://iamcertified.blogspot.com/2011/12/my-first-blog-give-away.html

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  4. @Sumi Go: So cute, right? Makes me just want to stare at them lang. Hehehe! =)

    @anney: Agree. =)

    @ i am certified: Will do sis! Good luck! =)

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