What's all the fuss about krispy kreme?
Surely they are just blinking donuts?
No, they are incredibly sweet sickly doughnuts, and they are baked too.
My wife likes them because they are a passable approximation to the US doughnuts that she likes back home, but much worse. The ones her family get from Pick’n’Save are bigger cakier, more balanced with the sweetnes and a lot nicer all round.
She hates the Tesco 10 for 99p jam doughnuts though, which I love far more than CK.
The only CK one I actually like is the custard filled one.Posted 5 years agobrakesMember
I am partial to a custard one when they get brought into the office on birthdays, but I do spend the rest of the day feeling sick and then having bowelly problems.
those fresh hot sugared ones you get at funfairs
there are two smells in the world that make me want to rip out my olfactory nerve, that is one of them, the other is the Lush soap shops.Posted 5 years agosomoukSubscriber
I quite like them and the fact they sell them at almost every service station I stop at when in the UK doesn’t help. Some of the flavours are a bit sugary but some are really nice.
Their billionaire brownie however is really nice!
The worst donuts I’ve ever had are Dunkin Donuts by far yet the US seems to love them and I barely see Krispy Kreme out here.Posted 5 years agoCougarSubscriber
As a fat man trapped in a thin man’s body, I can confirm that there’s a good deal of difference between the fresh ones from a KK store and the ones that have been in a supermarket / service station cupboard for an indeterminate length of time.
Damn it. I want a doughnut now.
And by “a”, I mean “six.”Posted 5 years ago
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