Krispy Kreme Put An Entire Twix Bar Inside A Doughnut And People Are Losing Their Minds

Krispy Kreme Put An Entire Twix Bar Inside A Donut And Fans Are Amped

Krispy Kreme

  • Krispy Kreme has upped the stakes with a new donut inspired by a beloved candy bar
  • The chain is selling a donut that contains an entire Twix bar in the middle for a limited time
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For my money, donuts are the ultimate “I’m Not Even Pretending To Be Healthy Today” food, as there’s no better way to tell you’re body you’re not planning on doing it any favors than eating deep-fried dough covered in sugar to kick off your morning.

As a result, I’m of the opinion that if you’re going to have one, you might as well embrace that reality and really lean into the virtual lack of nutritional value by opting for the most excessive, over-the-top option on whatever menu you’re browsing.

The masterminds at Krispy Kreme have traditionally provided customers with plenty of options to do exactly that. In addition to the flagship offering that literally melts in your mouth, the chain has teamed up with a number of brands including Oreo and Reese’s to take things to the next level, but I think it’s officially outdone itself with one offering it recently unleashed on an unsuspecting world.

On Monday, Krispy Kreme revealed its newest collab with Twix, which features a few different doughnuts inspired by the caramel and cookie filled-chocolate candy bar—including one that features an entire Twix bar in the middle. 

Yes, you read that right.

The doughnut that’s best described as a “Twixception” quickly came to the attention of people online, and based on most of the reactions I’ve come across, fans are very here for it.

If you want to grab one for yourself, you can snag one at Krispy Kreme until March 6th.

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Connor Toole is the Deputy Editor at BroBible. He is a New England native who went to Boston College and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Frequently described as "freakishly tall," he once used his 6'10" frame to sneak in the NBA Draft and convince people he was a member of the Utah Jazz.