Krispy Kreme’s ChurrDough Collection. (Credit: Provided / Krispy Kreme) CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Krispy Kreme has unveiled a new collection of doughnuts inspired by churros, a deep-fried pastry coated in cinnamon sugar that’s popular in Spain, Mexico, and increasingly across the U.S.The "ChurrDough" treats were officially launched on Monday and will only be available through Sept.
18 at participating Krime Kreme shops across the country. The company said they’re sold individually or as a three-pack. RELATED: Kellogg’s will pay you $5,000 to eat cereal for dinnerThe three ChurrDough flavors come with a variety of toppings:Krispy Kreme’s ChurrDough Collection. (Credit: Provided / Krispy Kreme) "If you love classic churros or our Original Glazed doughnuts, you’re going to love this light and airy, cinnamon-y, caramel-y, creamy, sugary goodness we’ve created," Dave Skena, Krispy Kreme’s global chief brand officer, said in a statement.
The iconic neon sign was first introduced in 1992.Krispy Kreme, which is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, operates in more than 30 countries around the world. RELATED: Here's when Taco Bell's Mexican pizza and musical debutLast week, the doughnut chain celebrated the planned Artemis 1 moon launch with the "Artemis Moon Doughnut," a cheesecake cream-flavored filled doughnut dipped in cookies ‘n’ cream icing with a swirl of cookie pieces.