Latest Tim Hortons LTO: Halloween Sprinkle Donut

Available beginning Oct. 27
Tim Hortons Halloween Sprinkle Donut
Photograph courtesy of Tim Hortons

TORONTO — Right on the heels of its Pumpkin Pack limited-time offer, Tim Hortons U.S. restaurants are celebrating the scary season this year with a Halloween Sprinkle Donut.

This festive LTO, a classic yeast ring doughnut dipped in chocolate fondant and topped with festive orange sprinkles, will make the perfect sweet to serve at Halloween parties or a delicious treat to enjoy while carving pumpkins and making costumes, the company said.

The doughnut is available beginning Wednesday until supplies last at participating U.S. locations.

The Pumpkin Pack, a September Tim Hortons LTO, was a lineup of pumpkin spice baked goods—Pumpkin Spice Glazed Donut, Pumpkin Spice Muffin and Pumpkin Spice Timbits—given for free with the purchase of a large Pumpkin Spice Latte. It was available only through the Tim Hortons app or website.

Also in September, Toronto-based Tim Hortons held its annual Smile Cookie campaign, in which 100% of the sale of chocolate chunk cookies was donated to more than 27 charities across the country. The cookies are topped with pink and blue icing drawing out a smile. A record $245,000 was raised in 2020 to support charities and hospitals nationwide. This year the campaign celebrates its 25th year.

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