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Krispy Kreme Is Now Making A Cream-Filled Original Glazed Doughnut

This changes everything! Here's when you can get one for free.

Just when you thought the classic Krispy Kreme glazed doughnut could not get any more tempting, there is something new on the horizon. To honor the 50th anniversary of NASA’s moon landing, which happened on July 20, 1969, Krispy Kreme has added cream to the center of its original glazed doughnut.

Talk about living up to your company name!

You can get your choice of a Chocolate Creme (chocolate cream-filled) or a Classic Creme (vanilla cream-filled) glazed doughnut at Krispy Kreme locations around the country. Both treats look over-the-moon marvelous and will be a permanent fixture on store shelves.

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It turns out that Krispy Kreme has a unique connection to the moon landing that you may not have heard about before. After all, history books have tended to focus on the actual Apollo 11 moon landing, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and the scientists and math whizzes at NASA who made it happen. But take a look at this humorous @krispykreme post on Instagram: