Krispy Kreme launches new vegan Cookie Indulgence range

Krispy Kreme is here to celebrate Veganuary with its brand-new limited edition vegan doughnut Cookie Indulgence range.

Available until 28th of January, and registered by the Vegan Society, Krispy Kreme is presenting the ideal treat to kick off Veganuary, whether doughnut fans are trying out a plant-based diet for the first time or always choose a vegan diet.

Revamping the fan-favourite Cookies & Kreme doughnut, Krispy Kreme has launched a vegan version of its delicious Kreme frosting. For those looking for an even more indulgent treat, the new Chocolate Cookie Crunch doughnut has it all – chocolatey icing, cookie crumb toppings, frosting, and a mini cookie to crown this sweet delight.

Celebrate Veganuary and the start of the new year with Krispy Kreme and two must-try Vegan Society approved doughnuts. The doughnuts will be made fresh daily.

Made fresh daily, and with the same delicious taste that Krispy Kreme fans know and love, the limited-edition Cookie Indulgence doughnut range will be available in Krispy Kreme shops, in selected supermarket cabinets in Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrison’s as well as service stations and third party delivery partners UberEats, JustEat and Deliveroo.

The new limited-edition Cookie Indulgence range from Krispy Kreme includes:

  • Cookies and Kreme (from £ 2.95) – topped with a crunchy cookies & kreme frosting.
  • Chocolate Cookie Crunch (from £ 2.95) – dipped in chocolatey Icing, topped with cookie crumb and finished with a spiral of frosting and a mini cookie.

Amelia Wallage, account manager at The Vegan Society, said: “The Vegan Trademark team are thrilled to see Krispy Kreme expanding their vegan options and making them available across the country. They’ve gone the extra mile to verify their vegan claims by registering with the Vegan Trademark. Those looking for a fresh and tasty doughnut can have peace of mind that this range is vegan certified so doughnut-lovers nationwide don’t have to miss out on their favourite treat.”

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