Krispy Kreme Doughnuts introduced four heart-shaped donuts this Valentine’s Day that are filled with flavor combinations and feature the donut chain’s Valentine’s Day mascots. The Beary Best valentine donut is dipped in chocolate icing and chocolate sprinkles, decorated like a teddy bear with chocolate creme and icing. The
Bee Mine donut has a strawberries and creme filling that is dipped in red icing and decorated with pink icing and a bee sugar piece.
The American Licorice Co. offered its Sour Punch brand in a seasonal format. The Sour Punch Candy Hearts are available in three flavors, including watermelon, strawberry, and lemonade and fruit punch. The product is available in 0.5-oz, 2.5-oz and 8-oz pouches.
Tastykake, a Flowers Food brand, offered three limited-edition Valentine’s Day products. The mini donuts are available in powdered sugar, chocolate frosted and crunch.
A package has a suggested retail price of $1.89.
California Pizza Kitchen brought its heart-shaped thin-crust pizzas back to its menu for a limited time this Valentine’s Day. Customers can choose from a variety of ingredient combinations like barbecue chicken and mushroom pepperoni sausage.
Chouquette Chocolates unveiled two Valentine’s Day themed chocolate puzzles. Sarah Dwyer, owner of the company, said she created the puzzles with the idea that people can enjoy both solving the puzzles and eating the pieces.
Tyson Foods got into the spirit of Valentine’s Day with the limited time offering of Nuggets of Love. The heart shaped chicken nuggets are available nationwide and have a suggested retail price of $7.49 for a 27-oz package and $12.98 for a 64-oz size.
Duck Donuts introduced a box of chocolate donuts assortment. The limited-time collection features donuts topped with flavors like savory bacon and tart raspberry drizzle, but also limited-time sprinkles and candied roses.
The limited-time offering featured such flavor combinations as chocolate covered bacon; raspberry truffle; vanilla crème and strawberry fudge.
For Valentine’s Day Baskin-Robbins rolled out a Box of Chocolates cake. Inspired by heart-shaped candy boxes, the cake may be customized with ice cream and cake flavors and topped with a layer of fudge and milk chocolate candies — made to look like a box of chocolates. The cake is available in small and large varieties.
Welch’s Fruit Snacks offered a heart-shaped box that contains three pouches of 2.25-oz mixed fruit snacks. The custom boxes are available on Amazon for $13.95.
The French-Asian bakery cafe chain Tours de Jours introduced several limited-edition items for Valentine’s Day. The products come in such varieties as a strawberry and confetti sponge cake covered in strawberry buttercream; a chocolate sponge cake covered in mint chocolate cookies buttercream; a chocolate sponge cake covered in light whipped cream infused with earl grey milk tea; and a cloud cake with berries.
Additional Valentine’s seasonal treats include donuts featuring early grey cream and chocolate ganache, raspberry jam-filled heart-shaped macarons, love-themed frosted sugar cookies and chocolate-dipped strawberries.
Heart-shaped donut varieties available from Dunkin’ Donuts this Valentine’s Day include the brownie batter and Cupid’s choice donuts. Brownie Batter is frosted with chocolate and has a brownie batter buttercream filling. Cupid’s Choice is filled with Bavarian cream, frosted with strawberry-flavored icing and topped with Valentine’s Day sprinkles.
Recent menu additions focus on relaunches of fan favorites.
Seasonal launches lean into sweet and spiced flavors.