Kane’s Donuts is introducing three new loveable flavors for the month of February, Chocolate Orgasm, Pink Boa, and M&M™, as well as special Valentine’s Day Donut Pops available February 1st through February 28th at all Kane’s Donuts locations: 120 Lincoln Avenue in Saugus, 1575 Broadway (Essex Landing) in Saugus, and 90 Oliver Street in Boston’s Financial District.

Kane’s Chocolate Orgasm Donut

The Chocolate Orgasm is a moist chocolate cake donut hand-pumped with a chocolate Bavarian cream, doused in Hershey’s chocolate syrup and coated in crunchy chocolate cookie crumbles.

The Pink Boa.

The Pink Boa is a brioche yeast donut frosted with a thick layer of strawberry frosting and dusted with shredded sweetened coconut.

The M&M Donut.

The M&M™ donut is created with layers of pillowy yeast rings topped with a mild vanilla frosting and crunchy, full-size, Valentine’s Day-colored M&Ms.

Pre-order your Donut Pops from Kane’s before Valentine’s Day.

The special V-Day Donut Pops are the perfect gift to give that special someone for Valentine’s Day. The pops are available for pre-ordering February 1st  for pick-up at all three locations on February 13 and February 14 only. Pops come in orders of six ($15) and a dozen ($30), and in two flavors: Old Fashioned-style Plain Donut Doughand Chocolate Cake Donut Dough. Each will be hand-dipped in chocolate and white chocolate and will feature Valentine’s Day decorations.

Kane’s has also introduced a new, all-day dining menu with a handful of delicious breakfast creations. Spread the love this Valentine’s Day with Kane’s Donuts!

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