Dunkin’ Donuts was partly founded on the idea that donuts were meant to be dunked into hot coffee. While the idea arguably isn’t as popular now as it was before – most modern doughnuts have toppings that don’t lend themselves well to dunking in coffee and other beverages – the chain is still among the most popular doughnut chains in the United States and beyond. Dunkin’ Donuts prices are similar to other donut and coffeehouse shops.
The number of choices has also increased in accordance with the changing consumer tastes. But Dunkin’ Donuts has remained steadfast in its mission to make doughnuts and coffee the quintessential mix for happiness.
Below are the latest Dunkin’ Donuts menu prices.
|Frozen Hot Chocolate||$3.22|
|Freshly Brewed Coffee||$2.05|
|Box O’ Hot Chocolate||$18.79|
|Egg & Cheese||$3.10|
|Bacon, Egg & Cheese||$3.69|
|Bacon, Egg, & Cheese||$3.98|
|Sausage, Egg, & Cheese||$3.83|
|Turkey Sausage, Egg, & Cheese||$3.68|
|Ham, Egg, & Cheese||$3.78|
|Veggie Egg White||$3.82|
|Box O' Joe||$17.38|
Freshly Made Sandwiches
|Double Sausage, Egg, & Cheese||$4.79|
|Double Sausage, Egg & Cheese||$3.97|
|Bacon, Egg, & Cheese Wake up Wrap®||$1.80|
|Toasted Hash Browns||$1.11|
|Ham, Egg, & Cheese Wake up Wrap®||$1.79|
|Turkey Sausage, Egg, & Cheese Wake up Wrap®||$1.80|
|Sausage, Egg, & Cheese Wake up Wrap®||$1.99|
|Egg & Cheese Wake up Wrap®||$1.39|
|Iced Black Tea||$1.69|
|Energy Cold Brew||$2.50|
|Box O' Joe® Hot Chocolate||$20.22|
|Box O'Joe® Hot Chocolate||$15.99|
|Box O' Joe®||$18.27|
Donuts & Bakery
|1/2 Dozen Donuts||$6.20|
|1/2 Dozen Bagels||$6.37|
|Iced Signature Latte||$2.90|
|Shot of Espresso||$1.28|
Bakery & Snacks
Brew at Home
Donuts & Bagels
|Half Dozen Donuts||$5.45|
|Munchkins® Donut Hole Treats||$1.34|
|Half Dozen Bagels||$7.86|
|Bagel with Cream Cheese||$2.52|
Crisp. Cold. Delicious. It's time to try your favorite beverages served over ice.
|Simply Orange Juice||$2.20|
Sandwiches & Wraps
|Beyond Sausage® Sandwich||$4.16|
|Wake-Up Wrap® Beyond Sausage®||$2.05|
|Sausage Biscuit Breakfast Sandwich||$1.49|
|Sausage Egg and Cheese||$3.77|
|Biscuit Breakfast Sandwich||$3.49|
|Bacon Egg and Cheese||$3.80|
|Chicken Biscuit Sandwich||$3.49|
|Ham Egg and Cheese||$3.79|
|Veggie Egg White Omelet||$3.81|
|Egg and Cheese||$2.82|
|Turkey Sausage Egg and Cheese||$3.82|
|Big N' Toasted®||$4.29|
|Double Sausage Breakfast Sandwich||$3.55|
|Egg and Cheese Sandwich||$2.99|
|Sausage Egg and Cheese Sandwich||$3.49|
|Bacon Egg and Cheese Sandwich||$3.49|
|Power Breakfast Sandwich||$3.85|
|Wake-Up Wrap® Ham Egg and Cheese||$1.95|
|Turkey Sausage Egg and Cheese Sandwich||$3.49|
|Wake-Up Wrap® Sausage Egg and Cheese||$1.95|
|Ham Egg and Cheese Sandwich||$3.49|
|Wake-Up Wrap® Bacon Egg and Cheese||$1.96|
|Wake-Up Wrap® Turkey Sausage Egg and Cheese||$1.96|
|Wake-Up Wrap® Veggie Egg White and Cheese||$1.82|
|Wake-Up Wrap® Egg and Cheese||$1.54|
|Wake up Wrap® - Sausage Egg and Cheese||$1.49|
|Wake up Wrap® - Bacon Egg and Cheese||$1.49|
|Wake up Wrap® - Turkey Sausage Egg and Cheese||$1.49|
|Wake- Up Wrap® - Ham Egg and Cheese||$1.49|
|Chicken Bacon Sandwich||$3.50|
|Wake-Up Wrap® - Veggie Egg White||$1.49|
|Wake-Up Wrap® - Egg and Cheese||$1.49|
Pour your favorites at home, whenever you want them.
|Powerade Mountain Berry Blast||$2.19|
In 1948, William Rosenberg opened a doughnut-and-coffee shop called Open Kettle in Quincy, Massachusetts. By 1950, however, he changed its name to Dunkin’ Donuts. He opened the shop based on his selling experiences where he observed that coffee and doughnuts were the most popular items among employees in construction sites and factories.
In January 2019, Dunkin’ Donuts was rebranded simply as Dunkin’ as part of the chain’s rebranding as a beverage-focused company. The chain has almost 12,000 shops in 36 countries in North America, Asia and Europe, among others, which makes it among the largest chains selling coffee and baked goods in the world.
Dunkin’ is a subsidiary of Dunkin’ Brands, which also owns Baskin-Robbins, with headquarters in Canton, Massachusetts.
What They’re Famous For
Dunkin’ Donuts is obviously famous for its line of doughnuts – glazed, filled, and topped with whipped cream, chocolate sauce, and candy sprinkles, among other types. The chain also sells several varieties of muffins, bagels, donut holes, and cookies as well as sandwiches. There’s also a drinks menu with coffee as the core product, as well as tea, chocolate, macchiatos, and lattes.
Why Eat Here
Do you have a sweet tooth? If you do, then you will find Dunkin’ Donuts to be a great hangout, whether you’re on your own or with your family and friends. Here, the doughnuts will more than satisfy your cravings for something sweet, something soft, and something creamy in one bite, not to mention that the doughnuts are easy on the eyes.
The wide variety of doughnuts means that boredom isn’t an issue whenever you’re in a Dunkin’ Donuts shop. Scan the shelves, feast your eyes on the colorful and beautiful baked goods, and make your choice, a process that becomes easier with every visit. Take the doughnuts to your table or have them wrapped in a bag – it doesn’t matter whether you enjoy them now or later because the doughnuts will taste just as good.
There are several types of doughnuts to choose from. The classic doughnut has a cinnamon glaze that evokes the joys of childhood, especially dunking a part of it into a cup of hot coffee. The filled doughnuts have fillings of strawberry jam, pineapple jam, or Bavarian cream, among other choices, as well as a dusting of powdered sugar; the dough is as soft as a cloud that, when combined with the filling, makes for heaven in every bite.
The cake doughnuts combine the softness of cake and the chewiness of doughnut. These are also topped with just about every sweet topping you can imagine and want – creamy and chunky peanut butter, Bavarian cream, strawberry or blueberry jam, smooth caramel, and tropical fruits. These are available year-round so you don’t have to worry about missing out on getting your sweet treats.
Dunkin’ Donuts also offers seasonal doughnuts for major holidays like Valentines’ Day, the Day of the Dead, and Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day. Premium donuts with flavors like sans rival, red velvet cream cheese, dark choco berry, choco honey dip, choco butternut, and blueberry cheese are also available. Limited edition doughnuts can also be ordered.
If doughnuts aren’t your craving when you walk into a Dunkin’ Donuts shop, you can choose from several types of bakery goods. The bagels are prepared just the way traditional bagels should be while the cookies and muffins come in a few flavors. These bakery goods are available in sweet and savory combos, too, a great thing since too much of anything can become boring or cloying.
The sandwiches are made of soft buns with a golden, crispy surface. These have fillings like tomatoes, lettuce and beef patties, among others, and are suitable for lunch and dinner.
With Dunkin’ Donuts now changing its focus from being a doughnut-centric company to a beverage-led one, its lineup of drinks will likely become more extensive. The current lineup, nonetheless, will satisfy your thirst, whether you want hot or cold drinks.
The fruit teas, which come in flavors like mango and strawberry, are refreshing and go well with the bakery goods. The milk teas combine milk and flavored tea while the iced tea hits the spot. The coffee, tea and chocolate beverages can be served hot and cold depending on your preference.
We suggest Dunkin’ Donuts’ surprisingly good espresso and add a shot of caramel syrup and whipped cream for an underlying hint of sweetness.
Did we mention that the Dunkin’ Donuts doughnuts are larger in size than its closest competitor’s doughnuts (Krispy Kreme)? Now, that’s another reason to eat at Dunkin’ Donuts!
To learn more about Dunkin’ Donuts or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.dunkindonuts.com.