Shipley Do-Nuts Debuts Wow Factor Doughnut with Freeze-Dried Skittles

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Created with freeze-dried Skittles, Shipley Do-Nuts recently unveiled its first-ever store-wide limited-time doughnut. This spectacular doughnut flavor is available in all Texas stores and 350+ Shipley shops nationwide through March 31, 2024, or while supplies last.

The first brand in the U.S. to offer freeze-dried Skittles on a doughnut is Shipley Do-Nuts. This traditional yeast doughnut has strawberry or cherry icing and is topped with zesty, fruity, freeze-dried Skittles. The hexagon-shaped doughnut will offer a unique experience and become renowned for its fluff and light, yet tangy, crunchy taste.

 

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This fun new flavor is the first limited-time donut in the store’s 88-year history. The unique doughnut flavor is just the start of more surprises for Shipley Do-Nut’s customers in the coming months.

In 1936, Shipley Do-Nuts launched its business, charging five cents for hot, freshly cooked doughnuts. Since then, the company has been recognized as the official cold brew, coffee, and doughnut of the Houston Cougars. The company’s extraordinary doughnuts are sold at more than 350 locations in 12 states. The chain expects to open more locations in Colorado after expanding into Maryland and Georgia in 2023.

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Where to Find Shipley Do-Nuts Near You
Headquartered in Houston, Shipley is a Texas staple for quick breakfast foods. The legendary do-nut and kolache purveyor can be found in most major Texas cities and metros as well as small towns, including Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, Round Rock, Houston, San Antonio, San Marcos, Tyler, College Station, Lufkin, Nacogdoches, Sugar Land, Galveston, The Woodlands, Katy, Midland, Odessa, Lubbock, Longview, Madisonville, Brownsville, Laredo, Corpus Christi, McAllen, Harlingen, Victoria, Bay City, League City, Beaumont, Terrell, McKinney, Waco, Copperas Cove, Ennis, and Texarkana.

If you’re in Texas, just search on Google Maps (or another maps app) for “Shipley Do-Nuts near me” and you’ll easily find a location to try out this new treat.


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