Hold Up! Caramilk Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Exist And They Sound Outrageous

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It’s safe to say, the UK is now as obsessed with Caramilk as Australians. Well, maybe nearly as obsessed – Aussies now have new Caramilk Krispy Kreme doughnuts, and we can only dream of that sort of thing for now.

Krispy Kreme Australia has just launched not one but TWO Caramilk-inspired doughnuts, and we think they both sound terrific, quite frankly.

The first doughnut is a round doughnut with a tasty crème filling, which has then been smothered in Caramilk and dipped in white chocolate flakes. The second is one of Krispy Kreme’s iconic Original Glazed doughnuts dipped in Caramilk, sprinkled in white chocolate flakes and finished with a white truffle drizzle.

Is it just us, or does a white truffle drizzle sound better than anything we’ve ever heard of before?

“The Caramilk craze didn't go unnoticed at Krispy Kreme, so we knew we had to give Aussies the chance to taste the two iconic flavours brought together in our delicious doughnuts,” Olivia Sutherland, marketing director at Krispy Kreme Australia, said.

Photo credit: Krispy Kreme Australia
Photo credit: Krispy Kreme Australia

“No one can resist Caramilk, and we love coming up with new flavours for our fans which we're sure will be an irresistibly tasty new addition to the range.”

Joanne Raven, co-branding manager at Mondelez International, added: “Cadbury and Krispy Kreme continue to produce really unique and tasty co-branded products, which have been delivering the wow factor to consumers across the country.

“The partnership between these great brands is a growing success and we're already collaborating on what the next taste sensation will be.”

So yeah, alas, these Caramilk Krispy Kreme doughnuts are only available in Australia for now, but fingers crossed they’ll be available in the UK before long.

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