Krispy Kreme is no stranger on getting viral with stuff they've done in the past. Since they took the Northwest by storm in the early 2000's and all their help from providing doughnuts for fundraising efforts, they definitely made a name for themselves on just being themselves.

They come out with seasonal doughnuts all the time which are always fun and give reason to keep returning just to see what they have, along with their classic favorites. When I heard they had an M&M theme going on, I knew I had to check them out.

John Riggs
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What caught me off guard was one of their doughnuts was literally filled with M&Ms.

Sure, they have one with mini-M&Ms on it (that's to be expected) and they had one that looked like a giant M&M but I figured it was just filled with chocolate or something, which would have also been great. But, nope, these are hollowed out and stuffed with mini-M&Ms. Then re-sealed with cream so they don't spill out.

Although it's almost guaranteed to spill out when you take a bite out of one.

To be safe, I cut on (as you can see from the photo above) and so I could hold it sideways. Kind of like an M&M doughnut taco or something. It's the best I could come up with outside of shoving the entire doughnut in my mouth. There's no guarantee I could do that either so this way is fine.

Next time you're in the area, check out their M&M-themed doughnuts. They're a lot of fun and I bet your kids would love'em, too.

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