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krispy kreme rick and morty doughnuts

Krispy Kreme’s Rick and Morty Themed Doughnuts

Hold onto your Plumbus! In a collaboration out of this multiverse, Krispy Kreme announces that an official Rick and Morty range will launch in Australian stores on February 18. Krispy Kreme has conjured up three sweet new doughnut flavours and a shake inspired by the cult animated Netflix series from Adult Swim.

Fans can finally rub their tongues against a Pickle Rick, Strawberry Smiggles and Simple Rick’s Wafer Cookie doughnuts. Between bites, slurp a Fleeb Juice shake – which tastes of berry and not at all like Fleeb excretion.

The Rick and Morty range currently has a limited release. The doughnuts and shake will not be available in South Australia, Northern Territory, Tasmania, 7-Eleven or at BP servos. The Krispy Kreme Rick and Morty doughnuts are $3.60 each / $12.95 4x pack / $27.95 dozen. Catch the range in-store, via click and collect and on UberEats until March 16, 2020.

krispy kreme rick and morty doughnuts

Here’s a complete list of the limited edition Krispy Kreme Rick and Morty flavours:

  • Pickle Rick Doughnut: Filled with lemon crème and topped with a white choc ‘Pickle Rick’
  • Simple Rick’s Wafer Cookie: Filled with vanilla crème, dipped in strawberry truffle and topped with a white choc wafer disc
  • Strawberry Smiggles: An iconic Original Glazed doughnut with strawberry filling topped with mini marshmallows, crunchy meringue pieces and confetti
  • Fleeb Juice shake: Our delicious milkshake combined with raspberry and blue heaven flavours RRP: AU$4.95 (regular) / $5.95 (large)

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krispy kreme rick and morty doughnuts

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