Krispy Kreme Japan Just Made an Ice Cream Donut Sandwich
Apr 07, 2016 05:20 AM EDT | By Mikhail Blacer
Although Japan is not as weird as you might think (it's actually a normal place with normal people) it has been known for creating rather weird yet delectable concoctions/. Historically, these include black-colored burgers and chocolate coated French fries.
Today, Krispy Kreme Japan just introduced a new combination most people would be dying to try. And hey, why hasn't anyone thought of this before. Available on April 13 throughout the East Asian country is the Cool Krispy Sandwich, which is essentially a sandwich made of donuts and the spread, ice cream. It will cost consumers 420 yen, or $3.75.
Although we're sure that it will be a challenge to eat it, given that it's already hard enough to eat one from a cone, the new product will surely appeal to Japanese consumers. This is so mainly because the country loves sweets and every Japanese spends a considerable amount of money per year just to enjoy ice cream.
Anyway, the new product will be comprised of the brand's signature glazed donut which is cut into two halves and are pressing a scoop of vanilla ice cream, a scoop of raspberry ice cream, and a number of various frozen berries. Although the sugar content is probably sky high in the new entry on the menu, it does make use of berries, which are enough to dish out a good dose of vitamin C.
There is no news about this culinary mashup being brought to the United States, but it's definitely something which may turn out to be a hit, given that both donuts and ice cream are a favorite dessert and snacking staple in the country.
The Krispy Cool Sandwich joins the ranks of food hybrids like Burgerizza, Sushiritto, and Cronuts. It is not known if it will be available for a limited time or if it's a permanent menu fixture.
Dark chocolate with olive oil associated with improved cardiovascular risk profile
Disease-resistant apples perform better than old favorites
New tool could help maintain quality during cheese production
A new app wants you to find your perfect match solely based on burrito preferences.
Feeling responsible for the planet, Pellegrini decided to make an app that could prevent leftover foods in eateries from making a trip to the landfill.
Cosmic mythologist and medical astrologist Laura Magdalene Eisenhower, posited that our diet as humans play an important role in attracting alien life into Earth.