Dunkin’ Donuts Debuts Super Cute Christmas Treats
By Cooking Panda
Dunkin’ Donuts has come out with two very cute new donuts for the holiday season. One is a white reindeer head, and the other is a brown snowman. Wait, what?
Brand Eating reports that Dunkin’ Donuts in Korea has come out with a white reindeer and a brown snowman donut, which is sort of backwards from what we’d expect, right? There’s a story behind it, however. The white reindeer is just a Rudolph (it does have a red nose) on a snowy day, while the brown snowman is a snowman dipped in chocolate. I’m not sure if I’m convinced by this explanation, but they’re still as cute as can be.
The reindeer donut has a strawberry filling, while the chocolate-dipped snowman features a Bavarian cream filling. Although these donuts are only available in Korea thus far, they sound delicious, and look adorable. You’ve got to appreciate a festive donut!
Don’t be too sad that we don’t get them in the States. We do get a few seasonal items, after all. As per a Dunkin’ Donuts press release, we do get to partake in the yum-factor that is a Creme Brulee Macchiato. We also get a Candy Cane Crunch Donut and — my personal favorite — the Boston Kreme Croissant Donut.
“The holiday season represents one of our favorite times as on-the-go people look to our festive beverages and treats to keep on running throughout the busy weeks ahead,” says one Dunkin’ spokesperson. “With our new Creme Brulee coffees, Candy Cane Crunch Donut and Boston Kreme Croissant Donut, we look forward to creating daily moments of joy and bringing smiles to our guests as they celebrate this wonderful time of the year.” See? It’s not all bad.
The Candy Cane Crunch Donut has vanilla flavored buttercream filling, topped with white icing and crushed candy cane pieces; the Boston Kreme Croissant Donut is a glazed croissant donut filled with Bavarian cream and topped with a drizzle of chocolate icing. The Creme Brulee Macchiato is just as it sounds: the taste of creme brulee and caramelized sugar in drink form. Who says we don’t get good stuff in the States?Christmas, donuts, Dunkin' Donuts, seasonal