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When a hankering for sweetness strikes, Krispy Kreme heeds your call.

Now, the beloved Winston-Salem, North Carolina-based doughnut chain is delivering a "Krispety," peanut buttery, sugar rush like never before. Today, the company unveiled two new doughnuts in partnership with Butterfinger. Available in participating U.S. Krispy Kreme shops through March 13th, the "Krispety" Butterfinger collection will include two doughnuts. First, there's the Butterfinger Original Filled Doughnut, comprised of an Original Glazed doughnut filled with Peanut Butter Chocolate Kreme, and then dipped in Butterfinger icing followed by a sprinkling of Butterfinger pieces and a drizzle of chocolate. The second sweet treat is the Butterfinger Fudge Cake Doughnut, an indulgent chocolate cake doughnut covered in a layer of chocolate icing,  along with a generous portion of Peanut Butter Chocolate Kreme and Butterfinger pieces.

“We’ve done it. We’ve achieved our goal of putting krispety, crunchety, glazey, chocolatey and peanut buttery all in a doughnut,” said Dave Skena, Chief Marketing Officer for Krispy Kreme in a company press release. “Fans of both brands are going to love the chocolatey crunchiness of Butterfinger matched with the airy sweetness of Krispy Kreme.”

Social media was abuzz this morning with the news, as eager fans chimed in with replies like, "This is insane...can't focus...need to...get...to a Krispy Kreme ASAP." (Other social media followers of the brand went for a more straightforward "Wow, looks so good," "Yay!"or an emphatic "YES.")

For more information on the delightfully "Krispety, crunchety" collaboration, you can visit krispykreme.com/promos/butterfinger. Now, it's time to send a lucky co-worker or loved one on a Krispy Kreme run.

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Which doughnut is more your style: The Butterfinger Original Filled Doughnut or the Butterfinger Fudge Cake Doughnut? We have a hunch about our taste preference but we can't say for sure until we try them both. Needless to say, we're looking forward to every "Krispety, crunchety" bite as we test our hypothesis.