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Well, my favorite doughnut maker is at it again.  Krispy Kreme holiday doughnuts are just one more reason to love the delicious treats.  While you continue to prep turkey and plan leftover dishes, Krispy Kreme is ready to roll out the flavor bombs the day after Thanksgiving.  You can’t have Christmas without cookies.  So, Krispy Kreme holiday doughnuts take their cue from Santa’s favorite cookies.  Checking out the Krispy Kreme press release, we found a list and checked it twice!

First, the Holiday Sugar Cookie Doughnut takes the original glazed and adds sugar cookie flavored icing and tops it off with festive sugar and sprinkles.  Who doesn’t love gingerbread?  The holiday collection offers a Gingerbread Cookie Crumb Doughnut.  They fill it with gingerbread cream cheese, dip in icing, top with cookie crumbs, sprinkles and a drizzle of gingerbread icing.  Of course, I have to say the next one might be my favorite.  It’s a Red Velvet Cake Doughnut.  The glazed red velvet cake doughnut has a topping of cream cheese icing and cake crumbles.  But the Santa Belly Doughnut is one of the cutest.  They fill it with Kreme, dip it in red icing and decorate to resemble Santa’s belt buckle.  And, for the chocolate lovers, Krispy Kreme serves up the Chocolate Iced With Holiday Sprinkles.

A Krispy Kreme spokesperson says they’re “turning Krispy Kreme shops into Santa’s Bake Shop.”  Fall and Thanksgiving have everything “Pumpkin Spice.”  But, I think these Christmas Cookie themed Krispy Kreme holiday doughnuts might pull ahead in the battle of seasonal flavors!  I am a sucker for Christmas cookies and doughnuts.  So, put the two together, and I’m done!  The limited edition dozen comes with 3 Holiday Sugar Cookie, 2 Gingerbread Cookie Crumb, 3 Santa Belly, 2 Red Velvet Cake, and 2 Chocolate Iced.  Also, all doughnuts from 11/25-12/24 will be packed in limited edition holiday boxes.  And, to go with your doughnuts, Krispy Kreme has Sugar Cookie Latte and Peppermint Mocha Latte.

The Most Popular Cookie in North Carolina is a Classic

If I had to choose one simple dessert to enjoy for the rest of my life, I would choose cookies. Although I am not sure what my favorite cookie is, I really love double chocolate chip cookies. I also really love Oreos with milk.

The favorite cookie of North Carolina is a classic. Whatever your cookie preference is, chocolate chip cookies are sweet and salty, sugar cookies are buttery and snickerdoodles are spiced with warm spices. Whether it’s ice cream sandwiches or whoopie pies, cookies are one of America’s favorites. What is the cookie that is loved by Americans across each state?

To determine the most popular cookies in America, Eat This, Not That! looked to Nestlé Toll House, which conducted a nationwide consumer survey. While Kentucky is famous for its Bourbon Spice, Vermont is known for its Maple Pecan. I’m sure you’d like to know which cookie you should choose, based on your state! Check out the list of some state favorites below. You can see the full list of cookies by state here.