Krispy Kreme Launch New Love Heart Doughnuts For Valentine's Day

Marianna Gould
·2-min read

From Delish

Forget your typical deliveries of flowers and chocolates, gift hampers and more. This year, we're all about Valentine's Day doughnuts. Because who doesn't love doughnuts on Valentine's Day?

New for 2021, Krispy Kreme has launched a collection of Valentine's Day doughnuts in partnership with sweets retailer, Swizzels to make Love Heart-themed doughnuts. The new limited-edition doughnuts feature a heart-shaped design, and come in a variety of delicious-tasting flavours (how does a sherbet kreme filling sound?).

Photo credit: Krispy Kreme
Photo credit: Krispy Kreme

The full line-up of Valentine's doughnuts include:

  • Green (£2.25) – Chocolate kreme filling, topped with a green colour icing and a Love Hearts phrase.

  • Pink (£2.25) – Strawberry and sherbet kreme filling, topped with strawberry flavour icing and a Love Hearts phrase.

  • Yellow (£2.25) - Lemon and sherbet kreme filling, topped with lemon flavour icing and a Love Hearts phrase.

  • Purple (£2.25) – Sherbet kreme filling, topped with a purple sherbet icing and a Love Hearts phrase.

And get this... you can even customise your own messages.

On top of this, the doughnut retailer has launched a Valentine's Creation Kit. The kit comes complete with two Heart-Shaped Doughnuts (with a sherbet kreme filling), and two Original Glazed Doughnuts, along with colourful toppings and icings. Try telling me this isn't the perfect virtual date set-up?

Photo credit: Krispy Kreme
Photo credit: Krispy Kreme

Louise Direito, Krispy Kreme UK and Ireland’s Head of Innovation, said:

“We know this last year has been tough for everyone. It’s never been so important to help brighten the days of loved ones and create moments of happiness - which is why we are so excited to bring you this new Love Hearts range, the perfect gift to show that special someone you care. Regardless of who your Valentine is this year, make their day and Say it with Krispy Kreme Love Hearts!”

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