Krispy Kreme, Cadbury team up for two new Crunchie doughnuts

The items are available across the chain’s stores, as well as 7-Eleven outlets.

Krispy Kreme has teamed up with Cadbury to create two limited-edition doughnuts made with Crunchie chocolate bars.

Available across Krispy Kreme’s 30-plus stores, click and collect and delivery, the Crunchie Ring is dipped in a honeycomb truffle glaze and finished off with a garnish of Crunchie pieces and milk chocolate ganache.

The Crunchie Shell doughnut, meanwhile, is filled with a honeycomb custard, topped with milk choc ganache, Crunchie pieces and honeycomb truffle drizzle.

Both doughnuts are also available in 7-Eleven stores nationally, Uber Eats, Menulog and Deliveroo.

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