Food News: Maple Cheddar Breakfast Sandwich from Dunkin’ Donuts

Making a return to the menu at Dunkin’ Donuts, the Oven-Toasted Maple Cheddar Breakfast Sandwich.  $2.99 for a limited time.  Nutrition info: 720 calories, 49 grams of fat, 20 grams of saturated fat, 240 milligrams cholesterol, 1140 milligrams sodium, 42 grams of carbs, 2 grams dietary fiber, 9 grams sugar, 26 grams protein.

Hurry in and grab our Oven Toasted Maple Cheddar Breakfast Sandwich.  With premium ingredients like our Maple Sausage and Aged White Cheddar cheese all on a flaky croissant, it’s sure to hit the sweet spot.  Hurry in today because a sandwich this toasty and tasty won’t be around for long.

8 comments on “Food News: Maple Cheddar Breakfast Sandwich from Dunkin’ Donuts

  1. rob says:

    On a price per calorie/fat gram it is a great value

  2. Jessica Leigh says:

    Sadly, the only Dunkin’ Donuts around here are in Wilco gas stations, and they only serve donuts and coffee. This looks good though!

  3. ratbuddy says:

    Uhh 2/3 daily fat and 100% saturated for the day in one crappy sandwich?? No thanks…

  4. La Belle says:

    720 calories??? I don’t think so….

  5. derp says:

    Tried one of these today, wasn’t that great. Kinda bland, really. Overall a disappointment considering how bad it is for you.

  6. Terriblesangwhich says:

    Just had one of these and I got to say it was terrible! If I knew it had 100% of my saturated fat I wouldn’t have touched it. The aged cheese tasted mushy and really sour and the sausage didn’t have any maple taste at all. The croissant is one of the few breads you can use for this sandwich but it gives it a mushy feel. I guess I’ll be sticking to bacon egg and cheese on a bagel from now on

  7. legal27 says:

    Just plain gross

  8. Matt McWax says:

    I’m actually a fan of this one. I think the maple flavor is subtle, not too sweet. The mildly sharp cheddar was good the times I’ve had it. The sausage and egg aren’t remarkable, but I find that the cheese, croissant, and maple flavors work well together. They were out of them last time and I got a regular a regular sausage croissant sandwich (has american cheese) and it was so far beneath the maple one, it was sad. Now it is a caloric beast, that’s for certain. But please people educate yourself about these food guidelines about fat and saturated fat. These are ridiculously unscientific and disproven concepts (that saturated fat causes heart disease, for example). See this article for an example http://www.foodnavigator.com/Science-Nutrition/Saturated-fats-not-linked-to-heart-disease-Meta-analysis – I’m not saying this is healthy food, but it isn’t because of the eggs, sausage, or butter in the croissant.

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