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Why Dunkin' Donuts Shouldn't be Just Be About Donuts Anymore

One of my favorite childhood memories circles around the times when mom would buy my bro and me a huge box of Dunkin' Donuts munchkins.  And what's not to like?  They're small (perfect for small mouths trying to fit in a whole munchkin piece without choking) and they're extremely tasty!

So fascinated was I with this donut brand that they have, to date, become my median to other similar fried dough treats.  And although I do eat an occasional donut or 2 from other stores, it is still this humble brand that I crave again and again (just ask hubby who had the unfortunate experience of being dragged all over Singapore Changi airport just so I could grab my favorite Dunkin treat!  Now that's love.  Heheheh!)

But man does not live on donuts alone.  And as my palate eventually craved savoury treats, I also found that my favorite donut shop also offered me a taste of what has now become one of my favorite sandiwiches --- the Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato croissant (Php65)!

As the name implies, this sandwich consists of bacon, tomatoes and lettuce placed in between soft croissant buns.  I love sandwiches with lost of veggies.  It sort of gives me the satisfaction of knowing that I am eating something healthy even though there is the presence of artery-clogging bacon.  Hehehe!

As I've mentioned in a previous post, I'm also not too fond of crispy bacon.  It just doesn't taste right to me.  Dunkin' Donuts does it best when they prepare their bacons just right -- chewy.

Of course a meal wouldn't be complete without desert.  And with that, their Nutty Choco brownie (Php12.50) surely hits the spot.

So the next time you find yourself in a Dunkin' Donuts shop, why not try ordering something else besides donuts for a change?  =)


Dunkin' Donuts can be found in most major malls around the country.


  1. I love dunkin donuts too! The sweetness is not that much and it's very soft. :)

  2. Fave ko dati pa yung brownies nila. Chewy and chocolatey!

  3. you should also visit dunkin donut cafe. they have wider range of food to choose from.

  4. Do they still make those yummy Bunwich? =)

  5. @Meg: Yup. I agree with you. =)

    @Badet: You and my mom have the same taste. She loves their brownies as well. =)

    @kaye: I have come across that at MOA. I'll be sure to try it as well. Thanks for the tip. =)

    @blackshirt13: Yup! They still do. =)

  6. i am not fan of donuts except krispy kreme. but choosing between mr. donuts and dunkin donuts, i like dunkin. =) i haven't tried their sandwiches and brownies.

  7. I didn't know na may croissants na pala ang Dunkin Donuts. Thanks for sharing. :) My favorite there is the bunwich and bavarian donut.

  8. @michi: I onlt started trying their sandwiches when I had to do my internshio and Dunkin Donuts was the nearest place that suited my budget. I've been hooked ever since. Hehehe! =)

    @Karla: Not sure when exactly it started but their croissants are good. =)

  9. @peachkins: Always nice to meet a fellow BCT sandwich lover! =)

  10. I had always loved buying their bavarian doughnut and coffee combo after I lunch. I walk to Shang from the office in order to get one :) It has been a long time since I tasted one of their sandwiches. All I remember was that the bacon was all fat, and soggy :D

  11. @Chew On This: Call me weird but that how I like my bacon -- not crispy. Hehehe! It is good though. =)

  12. I love their bunwich since time immemorial. Love this brownies too though the walnut topped one is hard to find nowadays.

  13. @Pinay Mom: I agree. Haven't tried the brownie wil walnuts though. =)


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