Food News: Sausage Pancake Bites from Dunkin Donuts

New at Dunkin’ Donuts, Sausage Pancake Bites.  3 for $1.59.  Nutrition Info for 3:  300 calories, 20g fat, 12g saturated fat, 20mg cholesterol, 550mg sodium, 23g carbs, 1g dietary fiber, 7g sugar, 7g protein.  UPDATE: Read our FULL REVIEW

Sausages. Pancakes.  Enjoy them both with our new oven-toasted Sausage Pancake Bites. Get 3 pop-able mini sausage links wrapped in a maple-flavored pancake for only $1.59 or get 2 3-piece orders for $3.  It’s the perfect complement to any morning.

19 comments on “Food News: Sausage Pancake Bites from Dunkin Donuts

  1. skippymom says:

    Those look yummy – but um…what’s up with the coffee in the picture. It looks like a small earthquake was trembling during the photo shoot – or there is something lurking in the coffee?

    • Scott says:

      Hah! I was looking at the same thing. Pretty neat photography/photoshop trick.

      I’d pay $1.59 for these if they actually/accurately resemble the picture. I guarantee you they’re a lot smaller in real life, but would like to be pleasantly surprised.

  2. J.B. says:

    Just want to tell everyone out there, keep your eye out for McDonald’s coupons in the mail today.
    There is a Buy on Get one Free McRib coupon among them.
    Woo hoo!

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  4. maxchain says:

    Yesssss, for years I’ve dreamed of saving eighteen cents on something.

  5. somesteve says:

    They look pretty tasty, but why only 3? They don’t look really large so 3 seems kinda small to me.

  6. Shannon says:

    Sounds good to me.

  7. Tracy says:

    After reading this I decided to give them a try today. They aren’t even close to the size of a golfball, they are fairly small for 100 calories each. I thought they were okay, better with a side of syrup, but nothing special. They are offered in packs of 3 or 6 and served in a paper french fry type sleeve. Jimmy Dean has been making these for years so not even something new. If calories, sodium and not trying to feel too full aren’t much of a concern I would definitely eat them again but for the nutritional damage I won’t bother. There are too many other, more filling, better for you options out there.

    • Heather says:

      Tracy your crazy. I had them with a large tea for breakfast and found them to be delicious. Since I am a human adult and therefore allowed 2000 calories I feel spending 15 percent of my daily value for breakfast is well worth it. In fact I may get 6 tomorrow and skip lunch……

  8. Mitch says:

    More like a sweetened corn dog than resembling an actual pancake. Not bad but not great either. Six filled me up sufficiently but I found they weren’t sweet enough to satisfy my syrup wants or salty enough to satisfy my sausage wants.

    Close but not there for me

  9. Daniel says:

    I think this is the most interesting new fast food product of the year. I even made my own at home with sausage and pancake batter.

  10. Elena says:

    I just had them for breakfast, they are delicious! A perfect combination of my favorite breakfast iteams and not too much food at one time. I dont know if 300 calories is too much for breakfast but they were well worth it:)

  11. eric says:

    just had them today, and they are actually sized just how the picture shows… only complaint is that they were a bit on the dry side.

  12. This Guy says:

    they stopped selling it in CT. i wanna know when theyll come back

  13. JoeAlewine says:

    These things are awesome. Big and awesome. They taste amazing and really boost my mornings. I called into work yesterday because I’m lazy and didn’t want to go in today but at least I had some of these and they were amazing. They taste like sausage, pancakes, corndogs, maple syrup and heaven rolled into one.

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