Sink your teeth into this franchise's signature glazed doughnut, and don't be afraid to indulge in its many varieties of deep-fried perfection..
In 1937, Vernon Rudolph brought a secret recipe from a French chef to North Carolina, creating the infamous irresistible treat and starting a glazed doughnut revolution. These scrumptious doughy delights are brushed with a sugar coating, and have been know to cause even the most dedicated hard-bodies to temporarily abandon their diet. Evolving past the original glaze recipe, today customers can now choose from a variety of lip smacking treats, from apple fritter to New York cheesecake doughnuts. The international company still holds to its roots, providing welcoming and helpful service while perfecting its craft at making melt-in-your-mouth masterpieces.
Stale-fest. I got half a dozen donuts, they were all cold and almost stale. The sprinkles were so hard, they stuck to my teeth. I am scarred for life - never going back there.
Not worth the money.
I hear they are having financial trouble. They blame their problem on the Health food
thing but I dont beleive it.
Krispie Kremes are great but after you buy a few dozens you realize the value is not there. Who wants to pay $7 for a dozen tiny glaze donuts.
For a business to thrive you have to have return business. ANd those donuts are worth about half what they are selling them for.
Krispy Kreme - not worth it yet.
Krispy Kreme can have the best donuts around. Unfortunately, because of the huge demand right now you're not guaranteed to get fresh - that's the ONLY time they're worth the money.
I went a few weeks ago bought 2 dozen - the boxes were COLD. I've heard they're shipping in extras from Washington. Definitely not good.
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