Krispy Kreme rolls out special donuts for Valentine’s Day

Krispy Kreme shares the love with new doughnuts, deals and cards Photo: Krispy Kreme

WASHINGTON, February 5, 2013 — It’s easier than ever to fall in love with Krisy Kreme donuts.  To spread the love, Krispy Kreme has rolled out Valentine’s Day specials.

“Whether it’s a special treat for your sweetheart, or for your BFF, you can’t go wrong with a tasty assortment of our heart-shaped and sprinkled doughnuts,” says Ron Rupocinski, Krispy Kreme’s corporate chef.

A few of the offerings:

The Sprinkled Heart, a white iced, heart-shaped doughnut with red and white sprinkles is sure to make loved ones’ hearts melt.

Valentine Sprinkles, a chocolate iced ring with red and white sprinkles, says, “I like you a hole bunch.” 

The Chocolate Iced Heart, a chocolate iced, heart-shaped doughnut, has a red drizzle.

Another fun—and less caloric—way of expressing your love is with a Krispy Kreme Valentine e-card.

 Buy a dozen doughnuts until February 14 and receive 12 free Valentine cards, each redeemable for one free doughnut.

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