How Krispy Kreme Doughnuts are Made and Christmas Offerings
Last week, we were invited to join in Global Krispy Kreme’s International Hangout where we were given a chance to virtually hang-out with other Krispy Kreme fans from all over the world. Each session lasts for two minutes and we were able to say high, wave our hands, showcase our doughnuts and drinks to those who joined from Japan.
I tried again later but…
Aside from that, we were given a tour on Krispy Kreme’s “Doughnut Factory” where we saw how exactly the doughnuts are made. From a white gooey mass with the ingredients added together… then they get shaped… then they travel through a lot of machines … then into a hot ocean of oil then as they pass through the glaze waterfall, they turn into this!
Each doughnut goes through quality inspection and only the
strongest perfect ones survived. The others who don’t make the cut get discarded. You can have a doughnut meal for the amount of doughnuts that fails the test.
At this point, the doughnuts are already glazed and ready to be served. In fact, if you see the Krispy Kreme Hot Light sign lighting up; you better run to your nearest Krispy Kreme store as they would be giving away free and freshly made original glazed doughnuts. This was my first time to try a warm original glazed doughnut and it takes much butter than your their “not warm anymore” original glazed. It simply melts in your mouth. It was sinfully good that I could have eaten a dozen… if only I was not ashamed.
Next up would be the create-your-own-doughnut segment. We were given different shaped doughnuts as our base and it will be up to you on what dip, icing, sprinkles and licorice candy you would like to add to your doughnut. It was a fun activity and it takes us minutes just to create one… so I’m amazed on how are able to create batches of these doughnuts on a daily basis!
We enjoyed the create your own doughnut portion that I forget about their Christmas Offerings. Here they are (apologies for the lack of photos).
Till next time,
Restaurant by Mall: Bonifacio High Street
Restaurant by Location: Bonifacio High Street