Strawberry Super Moon

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To celebrate the final 2021Supermoon that happens to be a Strawberry Supermoon, Krispy Kreme fans will have two ways to stargaze. 

This Thursday, June 24th they’re celebrating with a super-cool all-new Strawberry Supermoon Doughnut, for one day only. 

This week’s Strawberry Moon will be the final “supermoon” of 2021 and Krispy Kreme is giving fans a super-cool way to celebrate with its all-new Strawberry Supermoon Doughnut, available only on Thursday, June 24, at participating shops across the U.S. 

The delicious Strawberry Supermoon Doughnut, made to look like Krispy Kreme’s own “supermoon,” is filled with Strawberry KREME™, dipped in Strawberries and KREME™ icing, and topped with graham cracker “moon dust.” 

“What better way to celebrate the Strawberry Supermoon than by enjoying it with a new Krispy Kreme doughnut that looks like, well, a Strawberry Supermoon?” said Dave Skena, Chief Marketing Officer for Krispy Kreme. “But don’t want to wait ‘til the moon rises Thursday to get this doughnut; our Mars Doughnuts went fast!” 

June’s full moon is called the Strawberry Moon because it occurs during harvesting season for strawberries in the northeastern U.S. In a rarity, it also happens to be the third consecutive month for a “supermoon,” which occurs when the moon is orbiting closest to earth, making it appear larger and brighter. 

Show how you’re enjoying the last supermoon of the year with the Strawberry Supermoon Doughnut by using #KrispyKreme and tagging @krispykreme. Learn more about Krispy Kreme’s Strawberry Supermoon Doughnut and secure your pre-order today by visiting  

There appears to be one catch, if you purchase a dozen doughnuts, the box includes only 6 strawberry delights and they're not kidding, folks.

Also, the Strawberry KREME™ filled doughnut, dipped in Strawberries and KREME™ icing and topped with graham cracker “moon dust”. Is a limited edition, to say the least, so these doughnuts available in shops and online for one day only, 6/24.

How sweet is this?