Their spring donuts will only be available until April 21, so you'd better hop to it!

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Spring has officially sprung, including at Krispy Kreme. You might’ve seen them before in years past, but as of today, Krispy Kreme’s spring donuts are officially back in stores nationwide, and they’re just as cute as their previous St. Patrick’s Day and Valentine’s Day donuts. From now until April 21, you can stop in for an adorable Easter-themed donut in the shape of a cute bunny, chick, or Easter egg.

First up, if you love Krispy Kreme’s cake batter filling, make sure you order yourself one of their chick donuts. It’s decorated with yellow icing with eyes, a beak, and wings to make it look like a chick, but it’s also stuffed with decadent cake batter filling.

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And if you’re craving a more classic spring treat, you’ll want to reach for Krispy Kreme’s decorated egg donut. It’s one Easter egg you won’t have to decorate yourself, and it’s frosted with fruity strawberry icing and stuffed with their classic white cream.

Finally, the bunny just might be our favorite donut in the spring line-up. If you’ve snagged Krispy Kreme’s spring donuts in the past, the bunny might’ve looked a little different—before, it’s been a heart-shaped donut decorated to look like two burrowing bunny feet with a tail. But this year, each donut is decorated with a super-cute bunny face with sugar ears sticking up from the top. And even better, it’s filled with chocolate cream!

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If you’re not a filling fan, you can always pick up a classic glazed donut with chocolate icing and sprinkles. While the spring donuts are available, you’ll notice that Krispy Kreme’s sprinkle donuts are topped with pastel-colored sprinkles to celebrate the season. No matter which donut is calling your name, make sure you get to your local Krispy Kreme by April 21 to try them before they hop off menus for the year.

This story originally appeared on Better Homes & Gardens

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