Pretzel Croissant Breakfast Sandwich and Chocolate Pretzel Donut Headline New Dunkin’ Donuts Offerings Starting March 27

The pretzel trend in fast food has been hovering around the industry for the last couple of years and it’s not over just yet.  Beginning Monday, March 27, Dunkin’ Donuts will be offering a bunch of new items including the Pretzel Croissant Breakfast Sandwich and the Chocolate Pretzel Donut.  The Pretzel Croissant Breakfast Sandwich features cherrywood-smoked bacon, Wisconsin aged white cheddar cheese, and egg served on a new Pretzel Croissant.  Suggested price: $3.79.The Chocolate Pretzel Donut is a glazed chocolate cake donut topped with caramel icing and salty crushed pretzels.  This is a no-brainer combo right?  Below is my pic from Dunkin’ Donuts media day last week.  Suggested price: $0.99.Also new to the menu is the Peanut Butter Delight Croissant Donut which features a glazed croissant donut filled with peanut butter buttercreme and topped with a chocolate icing drizzle.  Suggested drink pairing, Dunkin’ Donuts Cold Brew Coffee.  Suggested price: $2.49.On the drink side of the Dunkin’ menu, Butter Pecan Iced Coffee is making its return and it’s a suggested pairing with the new Chocolate Pretzel Donut.  The pairing is meant to balance the salty pretzel and sweet chocolate/caramel with the toasted nut flavor of the coffee.  Suggested price: $2.39.  Also returning will be the seasonal Watermelon Coolatta flavor. New to the drink menu will be Coconut Creme Pie Iced Coffee which is described as a creamy combo of vanilla, coconut and sweet pie crust flavors.  Suggested price: $2.39.Other newcomers to the drink menu will be Fruited Teas which feature freshly-brewed Black or Green Tea mixed with real fruit juice and topped with real pieces of fruit, and available in two flavors, Mango Pineapple and Blackberry.  Suggested price: $2.49.

4 comments on “Pretzel Croissant Breakfast Sandwich and Chocolate Pretzel Donut Headline New Dunkin’ Donuts Offerings Starting March 27

  1. Johnnyboy says:

    Franken-food… it is smaller than pictured and pricier in many areas. I prefer fresh made doughnuts and not the frozen and thawed variety. The only donuts not fresh made I would eat is Entenmanns or Krispy Kreme.

    • stilletkniv says:

      Ignore this troll…. The donuts are not frozen/thawed. They are trucked fresh straight from the bakery to the shop every day. And I don’t think you understand what the term “frankenfood” implies. Empty-headed ditzes throw the term around to describe: ‘any food that has been processed or altered from its natural state in any way and does not come from an organic microfarm’… but these snowflakes don’t seem to understand how ridiculous they sound.

      • Johnnyboy says:

        Hey idiot, they don’t have them trucked in fresh daily. I know for sure, do you know how much it costs to do that daily….cost of trucks, truck drivers, etc? I know plenty of people who work there dumba**.

  2. Brian says:

    Dunkin Donuts has good specialty doughnuts (loved those Reese’s Peanut Butter Squares) but they don’t last long. I would try both of those. That breakfast sandwich looks tasty and I would also try that but I don’t know if I’ll get to Dunkin before the promotional period is over with.

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