Dunkin’ Donuts Introduces Eggs Benedict Breakfast Sandwich

The latest breakfast sandwich to join the Dunkin’ Donuts menu is the Eggs Benedict Breakfast Sandwich.  The sandwich features Black forest ham, egg and “the creamy, lemony flavor of Hollandaise” on an English muffin.  Dunkin’ Donuts and America’s Egg Farmers have partnered to donate one egg to Feeding America for every Eggs Benedict Breakfast Sandwich sold (up to 750,000) between today and March 9th. 300 calories, 9 grams of fat, 790 milligrams of sodium, 7 grams of dietary fiber, 6 grams of sugar, 15 grams of protein

Eggs Benedict Breakfast Sandwich DunkinAlso, Irish Creme Coffees and Lattes are back.  Irish Creme drinks are available hot or iced.  On the donut side of things, Mint Oreo Donuts will be featured in March.

Irish Creme Dunkin

9 comments on “Dunkin’ Donuts Introduces Eggs Benedict Breakfast Sandwich

  1. Sascha says:

    I’m sure all the Hollandaise snobs are going to find plenty to take issue with, but I’m in. Looks and sounds pretty good, certainly something not everybody’s doing. If only I had a DD less than 90 minutes away.

    • Thomas says:

      I am a real-life Hollandaise snob, who has tried over 100 different versions of eggs Benedict, and I can say that I was shocked by how good this sandwich was. They don’t use real hollandaise, of course, so my expectations were very low…but their mystery sauce tastes like a slightly cheesy hollandaise, and is excellent. I hope skepticism doesn’t keep people away, because I wouldn’t mind seeing this on the menu permanently. If they were smart, they would butter the English muffins like McDonalds does. That would add to the flavor, because hollandaise is mostly butter anyway.

  2. Mike N. says:

    I remember reading somewhere that Eggs Benedict is the unhealthiest restaurant dish commonly available, worse even than a bacon cheeseburger, deep dish pizza, etc. But, the nutrition info for the DD sandwich doesn’t look too bad (relatively speaking). It beats out their biscuit sandwiches, for example.

    • Jrdunn says:

      Ive always had mine with sauce on the side. Id consider it fairly healthy that way. And even with the sauce not sure how its that bad. Tjis ones only 309 calories

    • Thomas says:

      Hollandaise sauce is about 90% butter, and 10% egg yolk. A tiny splash of lemon juice and maybe a dash of cayenne pepper are the only other typical ingredients (less than 1%). That is why Eggs Benedict is so terrible for you. And why it is so delicious.

  3. jrdunn says:

    Was unimpressed with the mint oreo donut. Like the brownie batter and cookie dough donuts, it only tasted minty if I closed my eyes and told myself it was

  4. nilladutches says:

    My mother had one of these today! In her words it was “Delish”. Guess dunkins is really trying to put a dent in the traditional fast good market !

  5. Tom says:

    The “new” eggs (they’re not that new anymore) still ruin it for me.

  6. Abbey says:

    I tried this today and it’s revolting. The egg and ham are OK but the “hollandaise” is as thick as cream cheese or a really thick cheese spread. It tastes nothing like actual hollandaise, it is heavy and way too lemony. It didnt help that the clerk put it on with what looked like a miniature ice cream scoop – there was literally more “hollandaise” than eggs! It was so gross. I scraped most of it off. I won’t be buying this ever again.

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