New Spider Donut Headlines Dunkin’ Donuts Halloween Lineup

Dunkin’ Donuts is celebrating the Halloween season by giving a makeover to a bunch of their classic offerings and introducing the new Spider Donut.  The Spider Donut is a classic donut frost with orange icing and topped with a spider (glazed chocolate Munchkin donut hole with chocolate drizzle for the legs and orange drizzle for the eyes).  Also for the month of October, get any 10 Munchkins for the promo price of $1.99 at participating locations.  Here’s the lineup of the rest of the Halloween-themed donuts:

  • Boston Scream Donut: A spirited variation of Dunkin’s classic Boston Kreme Donut featuring an orange drizzle
  • Scary Strawberry: A frightful version of a Strawberry Frosted Donut, with chocolate and orange sprinkles
  • Spooky Sprinkles: An eerie take on the Chocolate Frosted Donut, topped with chocolate and orange sprinkles
  • Purple Potion: Be sweet on Halloween spells with this Vanilla Frosted Donut featuring purple icing, topped with chocolate and orange sprinkles
  • Full Moon: You’ll howl for this Powdered Donut with orange-colored powdered sugar
  • Witch’s Brew-Berry: Our Glazed Blueberry Donut bewitched with a drizzle of purple icing
  • Nilla Nightmare: A Vanilla Creme Donut with orange-colored powdered sugar will haunt your dreams
  • Ghoulish Glazed: A monster-turned Glazed Donut
  • Vampire’s Delight: A spooktacular Jelly Donut
  • Wicked Chocolate: Something delicious this way comes with this Glazed Chocolate Donut
  • Owl Fashioned: An Old Fashioned Donut for a midnight treat
  • Choc-O-Lantern: The Double Chocolate Donut can be enjoyed while celebrating Halloween or carving a jack-o’-lantern

2 comments on “New Spider Donut Headlines Dunkin’ Donuts Halloween Lineup

  1. BigBelly says:

    lol, I just read they’re dropping from 30 to 18 flavors

  2. Barnaby says:

    Even with the new frosting designs, it’s kinda hard to get excited about a donut shop that doesn’t even sell fresh donuts, but instead sells old frozen donuts mass-produced in a factory then thawed for sale. Even the local supermarkets, Meijer, and WalMarts all sell fresh donuts. I mean, I get it, it’s a lot more profitable to focus on the high-markup beverage industry… but they should change their name, unless it’s alluding to the fact that stale old frozen donuts become more edible when dunked in liquid.

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