Krispy Kreme just released two new Reese's-filled donuts

Krispy Kreme just released two new Reese's-filled donuts

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Krispy Kreme is famed all over the world for their delicious and varied donuts.

No strangers to giving the people what they want - and clearly believers in the old saying that simplicity is key - the franchise has teamed up with Reese's two launch two new donuts, and they look mouth-wateringly delicious.

This comes in the wake of Krispy Kreme's addition of fillings to its original glazed donuts earlier this month.

Needless to say, the new donuts will be filled with Reese's famous peanut butter filling, but like so many good things, they have not been created to last, and will be available for a limited time only.

That being said, if they prove to be a hit, it's likely that they'll get brought back in one form or another.

The donuts are available from today and come in two flavours: Reese's Original Filled Peanut Butter Lovers Doughnut and the Reese's Original Filled Chocolate Lovers Doughnut.

Krispy Kreme's new donuts. Credit: Krispy Kreme

As the donut names suggest, each has been created to cater to peanut and chocolate lovers respectively. So if you're the latter, your donut will contain more chocolate than peanut butter.

And if this sounds like something that's right up your street, you can get more of this catered-to-taste action in the form of Reese's new cups of the same name.

Krispy Kreme's chief marketing officer, Dave Skena, said in a statement:

"Our latest co-creation with Reese’s is our best yet! If the technology exists to fill a Krispy Kreme doughnut with Reese’s Peanut Butter Kreme and Chocolate Kreme, then how could we not offer that to America? Well, it does. So we are."

Krispy Kreme and Reese's donuts. Credit: Krispy Kreme

Unsurprisingly, Krispy Kreme and Reese's have joined forces before. In 2016, they created a donut in Australia which proved to be so popular that American donut fans created a petition for a similar treat to be brought to the US.

These donuts will be flying off the shelves in no time!

This article originally appeared on vt.co