Krispy Kreme holiday collection

(Meredith) - Krispy Kreme just rolled out a new lineup of holiday doughnuts inspired by the "Magic of the North Pole."

Now through Dec. 24, participating locations across the country will offer three new festive doughnuts, which are listed below: 

  • Reindeer Doughnut: An Original Glazed doughnut dipped in chocolate and adorned with pretzel antlers and a red nose made of icing.
  • Santa Belly Doughnut: A Chocolate Kreme-filled doughnut inspired by the big guy himself. It's dipped in red icing, coated in sugar sprinkles and decorated with a chocolate belt. 
  • Present Doughnut: An Original Glazed doughnut filled with Original Kreme and decorated with a red icing bow to look like a Christmas gift. 

“The North Pole is the perfect inspiration for Krispy Kreme to bring wonder, fun and deliciousness to our fans during the holidays,” said Krispy Kreme's chief marketing officer Dave Skena. “We hope we can be one of the ways you spread joy to others this season."

In addition to its holiday lineup, Krispy Kreme is also releasing a limited-edition Chocolate Glazed Wonderland collection, available from Dec. 6 through Dec. 8 at participating shops.

Krispy Kreme chocolate glazed wonderland collection

The collection features four doughnuts, one of which is simply covered in chocolate glaze. The other three are also glazed with chocolate, but filled with either cake batter, Original Kreme or Chocolate Kreme.

If these doughnuts aren't enough to get you in the holiday spirit, don't worry. The company said it has "a little more North Pole magic" coming later this month. 

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