Hands holding Golden Gaytime Krispy Kreme and half-eaten Krispy Cream Golden Gaytime Donut

Krispy Kreme X Golden Gaytime Donut

You love Krispy Kreme doughnuts. You love Golden Gaytime ice-creams. But don’t you find, when biting into a delicious doughnut, that it is disappointingly devoid of Golden Gaytime flavours? And when you’re refreshing yourself on a hot summer day with a Gaytime, aren’t you let down by the total absence of doughnuttiness?

You know where this is going: the above dilemmas no longer apply, thanks to a partnership between Streets and Krispy Kreme. The limited edition Golden Gaytime doughnut and the equally limited edition doughnut ice-cream are here to make all our lives that much easier – no longer will you have to purchase two separate products to get the Gaytime-plus-doughnut experience.

The Gaytime crumbed doughnut features a double-layered filling of toffee and vanilla creme, while the doughnut Gaytime will have a Krispy Kreme original glaze-inspired filling and doughnut crumb. Both are the kind of hybrids that scientists have warned us about but which ordinary Australians have been craving for years.

These amazing treats will be available exclusively only at 7/11, but fortunately 7/11s are literally everywhere, so you should have no trouble picking some up. Just remember that they are limited editions, so you’d be best advised to buy in bulk. A few cratefuls should see you through summer at least.

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General FAQ

What is a golden Gaytime donut?

The Gaytime crumbed doughnut features a double-layered filling of toffee and vanilla creme

How many calories are in a golden Gaytime Krispy Kreme donut?

The Golden Gaytime doughnut is 363 calories, 39g of carbs, 4g of protein, and 21g of fat.

What is on the outside of a golden Gaytime?

Golden Gaytime is toffee and vanilla ice cream, dipped in chocolate coating and covered in biscuit pieces.

Ben Pobjie

Ben Pobjie

Ben Pobjie is an accomplished author, commentator and columnist who specialises in studies of Australian history and culture. A prolific writer, Ben’s work has appeared The Age, New Matilda, King's Tribune, Crikey, The Roar, Meanjin, GQ, Mamamia, The Punch and many others. He also has several books to his name, having published titles Superchef, Surveying the Wreckage, and The Book of Bloke. Additionally, Ben’s work has spilled into the realm of television and comedy, writing for You Have Been Watching on Foxtel and The Unbelievable Truth on Channel Seven, with the media expert appearing frequently on ABC radio, Triple R, 3CR and 2SER.