Krispy Kreme And Reese’s Put Pretzels And Potato Sticks On Donuts

Donut chain Krispy Kreme and peanut butter and chocolate brand Reese’s partnered to create a limited collection of salty & sweet donuts. Reese’s Salty Sweet Dozen features three doughnuts with all-new ingredients, including pretzels, potato sticks, and even salted caramel icing.

Reese’s Salty Sweet Crunch Donut: A shell doughnut filled with Reese’s peanut butter Kreme filling, dipped in Reese’s peanut butter icing, drizzled in Hershey’s milk chocolate icing, and topped with sea salt praline pretzels. 

Reese’s Salty Sweet Crisp Donut: An Original Glazed doughnut dipped in Hershey’s milk chocolate icing, topped with potato sticks, a drizzle of milk chocolate icing, and Reese’s peanut butter sauce, plus a dollop of Reese’s peanut butter Kreme filling. 

Reese’s Outrageous Donut: An Original Glazed doughnut dipped in Hershey’s milk chocolate icing, topped with Mini Reese’s Pieces, drizzled with Reese’s peanut butter sauce, and salted caramel icing. 

“Salty, sweet, Reese’s, and Krispy Kreme can now all be experienced in one incredible donut collection,” Dave Skena, Global Chief Brand Officer for Krispy Kreme, said in a news release. “These flavors bring out the best in each other, just like our partnership with Reese’s has over the years.”  

Krispy Kreme’s Reese’s Salty Sweet Dozen is available in-shop and for pickup or delivery via Krispy Kreme’s app and website.

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