Creamier has donuts with sea salt gula melaka at all outlets
New in: Creamier has launched donuts! You can now get your hands on fresh doughnuts across the homegrown ice cream brand’s outlets, including Queenstown and East Coast. The all-new lineup is called Donuts by Creamier.
Prepared in small batches, these doughnuts are available for both dine-in and takeaway.
A must-try is their Sea Salt Gula Melaka Donut ($4), a ring-shaped doughnut starring rich palm sugar balanced out by sea salt.
Another locally inspired treat is the Laksa Mai Hum Donut ($5), which nods to the famous Katong laksa. The soft and fluffy doughnut features a chicken “laksa” filling in the middle for the perfect sweet-savoury snack.
Those who want something simpler can go for the Cinnamon Sugar Donut ($2.90) instead. This old-school ring doughnut has a slightly crispy exterior, complete with a light, airy centre. It’s coated in a cinnamon and sugar mix for added crunch and flavour.
Image credit: @creamier_sg
Then there’s also the classic Sugar Glazed Donut ($2.90) that stars the same iconic ring-shaped doughnut, coated in a sugary glaze instead.
The brand has also rolled out festive flavours for a limited time only! Try the S’mores Donut ($4): a chocolate-coated doughnut topped with a gorgeous swirl of house-made marshmallow fluff that’s lightly torched for a caramelised sweetness.
If you love the pairing of chocolate and mint, go for their Chocolate Peppermint Candy Crush Donut ($4), glazed with dark chocolate and finished with crushed peppermint candy cane.
That’s not all: for the month of November, there’s a buy 5 get 1 free promotion across all outlets, so you can try out all their flavours! We’ve also heard that Creamier will be launching more doughnut flavours to come, so keep your eyes peeled for updates.
For more must-try doughnuts in Singapore, check out Nakey Cafe, which sells house-made, cream-filled bombolone in Chinatown. Otherwise, read our Mister Donut review if you’re up for Japanese-style mochi doughnuts.
Website | Full list of outlets
Creamier is not a halal-certified eatery.
Photos taken by Chew Yi En.
This was a media drop from Creamier.