Krispy Kreme is sweetening fall like never before with three fall-inspired glazes, adding all-new Apple Cider Glazed and Maple Glazed doughnuts to its popular seasonal Pumpkin Spice doughnuts.
Krispy Kreme will encourage guests to “Fall for Glaze” by releasing one fall-inspired glaze collection each week, beginning Labor Day, Sept. 6 – the unofficial start of fall – at participating shops across the U.S.:
Pumpkin Spice will run Sept. 6 through 12, featuring Pumpkin Spice Original Glazed, Pumpkin Spice Original Filled Cheesecake and Pumpkin Spice Cake Doughnuts. All three doughnuts are spiced to perfection and covered in our iconic Original Glaze,
“Doughnuts—is there anything they can’t do?” While Homer Simpson is quite possibly the most famous dad with an affinity for doughnuts, he isn’t the only one. Whether your dad loves a yeast-raised glazed doughnut, the crunch of an old fashioned, or a smattering of toppings, the doughnut options highlighted below have you covered, and they all ship nationwide. With Father’s Day coming up soon, you’ll want to place an order ASAP to ensure they arrive on time.
Could I eat a dozen doughnuts all by myself? Probably (and there’s no shame in that).
While a list of the “Best Doughnuts in Seattle” would absolutely be subjective, we’re not going to do that here. We are going to list some damn good doughnut shops in the area that’ll surely satisfy a sweet tooth, though — especially on National Doughnut Day (June 4):
9th and Hennepin Donuts 5604 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, WA Featured: No Cold Donuts Allowed: 9th and Hennepin’s sweet treats are made to order
Tucked into an unassuming window in West Seattle’s Delridge neighborhood lies some
Do not underestimate the power of the doughnut. In WWI, simple balls of fried dough were said to raise morale of the US troops. Today, we honor those brave (mostly female) volunteers who worked overseas and prepared these sweet bits of edible respite amongst their many duties. June 4 is National Doughnut Day, and it is a day to honor the Doughnut Lassies. You can read more about the history of this delicious day here, but if you’re in less of an educational mood and more of a “how fast can I find a vegan doughnut?” craze, keep reading. From