Krispy Kreme releases new Oreo cookie doughnuts with Oreo glaze, are available to temporarily nationwide

Krispy Kreme releases new Oreo cookie doughnuts with Oreo glaze, are available to temporarily nationwide

Krispy Kreme has a response for simultaneous cookie and donut cravings.

The donut organization has made two new Oreo doughnuts. The collaboration with the cookie company marks the first time in Krispy Kreme’s 84-year history it has collaborated with another brand to make a new glaze.

The new treats – the Oreo Cookie Glazed Doughnut and Oreo Cookie Over-The-Top Doughnut – are accessible now through April 18, the organization declared Monday.

“We’ve taken everything fans love about OREO Cookies and ‘glazeifed’ it,” Dave Skena, Krispy Kreme chief marketing officer, said in a statement.

While this is the first time Krispy Kreme has partnered with another brand on its glaze, the organization has made doughnuts with Oreos previously, including special Valentine’s Day 2018 heart pastries topped with cookie crumbs. Furthermore, the following year they made a Chocolate Glazed Oreo Cookies and Kreme Doughnut as a component of its limited-time Chocolate Glaze Collection.

In addition to the doughnut collaboration, there’s likewise new drink: the Oreo Mocha Chiller, which is a frozen, espresso-based drink that is blended with Oreo chunks and topped with whipped cream and cookie crumbs.

The new coordinated effort with Oreo goes ahead the heels of ongoing promotions, which include free doughnuts for the individuals who get a COVID-19 vaccine through the finish of 2021, and a Monday promotion with free medium coffee and a free Original Glazed doughnut for everybody paying little mind to vaccine status.

The chain likewise has “Be Sweet Weekends” and every weekend through May 23, you can get a “Be Sweet Dozen” for $1 when you purchase any dozen doughnuts.

Oreo has likewise had collaborations like Lady Gaga Oreos.

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