Krispy Kreme Has A Nutella Stuffed Donut, But Don’t Get Your Hopes Up

Listen up, Nutella lovers! Krispy Kreme has decided to simultaneously grant your wishes and break your heart all at once!

The announcement of the famous donut chain’s new treat has traveled quickly, as people lost their minds upon hearing that a Nutella stuffed donut was in existence. That’s right, the original glazed donut is now stuffed with the hazelnut spread, and it’s causing a lot of hysteria. It’s not like a jelly donut, though, where it’s a little bit of filling at the center. No, it’s a classic ring donut encasing a crazy amount of Nutella. Think of it as a stuffed-crust pizza, except a donut.

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Now I know what you’re thinking…how do I get my hands on one of these donuts and does it come with a shot of insulin to counteract the insane amount of sugar? I’ve got the answer to both questions, and you’re not going to like either of them.

The Nutella-filled donuts are currently only available in the Dominican Republic, and they don’t come with the aforementioned insulin shot. It’s a little disappointing, but if the donut does well in the Dominican Republic, or if people complain enough, odds are it’ll be making its way to North America.

But this donut controversy (don-troversy?) got us thinking…what other flavors are we missing out on because we’re in North America?

10-Year-Old Is On A National Tour To Help Our Cops

Police departments across the country are on the lookout for a do-gooder nicknamed “Donut Boy.” The suspect is described as a 10-year-old with a big smile, carrying boxes of donuts, and wearing a special donut cape.

He’s also known as Tyler Carach, and while he’s from Florida, the Donut Boy has been seen traveling across America on a special quest these last few weeks. Tyler’s journey of giving began 14 months ago, when he and his mom Sheena bumped into four police officers at a local donut shop.

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Without being asked, Tyler bought each of the cops a donut out of his own allowance money. He simply said that buying the treats “makes me happy, because I get to thank the person that keeps my family safe.” But Tyler didn’t stop there. Over the last year donating donuts has become his hobby, and he’s gotten pretty good at it.

He spent his birthday last month on the road, driving from state to state visiting police stations, and handing out donuts along the way. The Donut Boy is now well-known to America’s police officers, and he’s already handed out a lot of treats.

Three Men Robbed A Donut Store, Only To Give It All Away

Thieves have a habit of taking, not giving.

If a masked and armed group of people storm a store, their only motive is to get the thing they desire most, whether it be money or any other kind of valuable item.

A large selection of delicious donuts available at a Shipley Do-Nuts location.Shipley Do-Nuts

When customers at a donut store in Houston, Texas saw three masked men enter the restaurant on a Monday afternoon, they weren’t expecting a reward.

Dunkin’ Donuts Is Cutting 50% Of Its Menu

Donut lovers, don’t freak out, but one of our favorite coffee chains is seriously scaling back its donut selection and we are heartbroken.

In August the coffee giant was toying with the idea of changing its name.

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They have been considering going from Dunkin’ Donuts to just Dunkin’, testing out the new branding in some stores.

“While we remain the number one retailer of donuts in the country, as part of our efforts to reinforce that Dunkin’ Donuts is a beverage-led brand and coffee leader, we will be testing signage in a few locations that refer to the brand simply as ‘Dunkin’,” the company told CNBC.

So it should come as no surprise their most recent announcement affects the donuts on their menu.

“We’ve shrunk the amount of doughnut variety, and we’re seeing a lift in those markets instantly,” Dunkin’ Donuts’ U.S. and Canada brand president David Hoffmann told Nations’s Restaurant News.

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The decision to reduce the menu size from 30 flavors to 18 was made for the company to streamline its offerings.

From Boston cream, to jelly-filled and chocolate sprinkles, did your favorite ones get the cut?