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Krispy Kreme Jelly Bellys are Like Tiny Doughnuts For Your Pocket

Have you ever eaten a donut and thought to yourself, “if only these were smaller then I could carry a dozen of them in my pocket?” Well, you no longer have to hunt eBay for a shrink ray, Jelly Belly — the company responsible for little flavorful beans of sugar — have created the greatest invention of our time, by merging the flavors of Krispy Kreme donuts with Jelly Belly jelly beans.

Known for their spot-on flavors, these Krispy Kreme Doughnut Jelly Bellys come in Original Glazed, Strawberry Iced, Chocolate Iced with Sprinkles, Glazed Blueberry Cake, and even Cinnamon Apple Filled. The candies pack such a powerful punch, you’d swear you were eating an actual doughnut.

Each Jelly Belly is only four calories too, giving you the flavor without the sugar coma. The jelly beans are also gluten free, peanut free, dairy free, fat free, and vegetarian friendly, giving the tiny sweets a leg up when it comes to a sugary snack.

Buzzfeed lays out all the options for consuming these marvels of technology. There’s the small 1-ounce bag for the conservative candy eater, a larger grab bag to share with a friend, and even a decorative box to lay on your coffee table for those discerning Jelly Belly connoisseurs who happen to stop by for an afternoon chat.

From there you can fully indulge by jumping straight to the bulk bag, 10-lbs of pure — no apologies, no prisoners — sugar beans, ready to attack you from the inside.

Get all the details on the Krispy Kreme Jelly Bellys and see more size options on jellybelly.com.

Is a doughnut flavored jelly bean your ideal tiny treat? Let us know in the comments!

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