Krispy Kreme's glazed donut is a classic, if not a sugary dough ring icon. It's without a doubt the go-to when you're dropping in for your breakfast-dessert. However, there's occasionally something so tempting that you may want to (at least, temporarily) forgo "the usual." That something could very well be Krispy Kreme's new Reese's Outrageous donut.
On Monday, the donut purveyor officially unleashed the new donuts, which come loaded with Reese's Pieces, seemingly following the success of the Reese's Peanut Butter Cup donut it introduced in the United States for the first time last August. This year's chocolate-peanut butter creation is inspired by the Reese's Outrageous candy bar. That's the chocolate bar filled with Reese's Pieces candy.
The donuts are made with chocolate yeast dough, dipped in Hershey's chocolate fudge icing, then topped with Reese's Pieces before getting a drizzle of peanut butter and caramel sauce. The candy bar-donut hybrids are only going to be available for a limited time, however. But you can start grabbing them on Monday, August 6. So far, it's unclear how long they'll be on the menu, but judging from Krispy Kreme's previous limited edition donut launches, you'll probably have at least a week to get your hands on 'em.