I want to hate this place, but I can't.
The phrase "kid in a candy shop" is precisely where I find myself when I walk into Krispy Kreme. I have no idea what they put in their doughnuts, but they taste fresher, creamier, and richer than any I've ever eaten in my life. Grocery store doughnuts, even when "fresh," still have a chemical taste to them. Not with Krispy Kreme.
I try not to indulge too often because these things aren't low in sugar, fat, or calories. However, if you're going to indulge, why not nosh on the best?
Although I appreciate all the varieties, my favorite remains the plain 'ole glazed Krispy Kreme doughnut, which is anything but plain.
Hot donuts only in the morning.
I like Krispy Kreme. What's not to like about an indulgent sugar coma, every now and again? A sour note for me is that this location is a Pepsi shop. Now that I know I'll come prepared with my own tasty beverage. Also, the Hot Now sign doesn't illuminate throughout the day here. If you want it hot off the line, you'd better be there between 7 and 10 a.m.. (If you call and they say 7-11, don't believe it, you may just make a wasted trip.)
Sink your teeth into this franchise's signature glazed doughnut, and don't be afraid to indulge in its many varieties of deep-fried perfection.. In Short In 1937, Vernon Rudolph brought a secret recipe from a French chef to North Carolina, creating the infamous irresistible treat and starting a glazed doughnut revolution. These scrumptious doughy delights are brushed with a sugar coating, and have been know to cause even the most dedicated hard-bodies to temporarily abandon their diet. Evolving past the original glaze recipe, today customers can now choose from a variety of lip smacking treats, from apple fritter to New York cheesecake doughnuts. The international company still holds to its roots, providing welcoming and helpful service while perfecting its craft at making melt-in-your-mouth masterpieces.