Dunkin’ new menu items energize the New Year


Dunkin’ new menu items are set to energize the New Year. Are you ready to power up your day with these new food choices at Dunkin’?

Dunkin’ new menu items give an energy boost to running on Dunkin’. With the donuts dropped from the brand’s name, the new focus is on bold, exciting choices for the future. From bright packaging to new menu options, the brand is looking to solidify its lifestyle branding.

For the New Year, the two new menu items are Power Breakfast Sandwich and Energy Cold Brew. The Power Breakfast Sandwich is described as “better-for-you sandwich features a veggie egg white omelet with spinach, peppers and onions, turkey sausage and American cheese on a new multigrain sandwich bread topped with seeds and rolled oats. At 370 calories, the Power Breakfast Sandwich has 20 grams of whole grains, 24 grams of protein, and has no artificial flavors or dyes and no high fructose corn syrup.”

While this breakfast sandwich doesn’t necessarily fit into a specific diet or lifestyle choice, the sandwich does sound quite filling. The choice of egg whites and multigrain bread adds a healthier option. Additionally, the sandwich offers a lot of protein, which keeps people satisfied longer.


Regarding the beverage, the Energy Cold Brew, a shot of espresso is added to Dunkin’s signature cold brew coffee. While not a huge energy boost, it does amp up both the coffee flavor and caffeine. It will be curious to see if consumers prefer this beverage in the afternoon or in the morning.

Since Dunkin’ has and will continue to serve delicious donuts, a special donut is returning to the menu. The Caramel Chocoholic Donut is being brought back. The donut is a classic chocolate that has been frosted with caramel icing and topped with semi-sweet chocolate curls. This donut could be the perfect pairing for the new Energy Cold Brew.

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Are you excited about Dunkin’ new menu items? Which one will you be trying on your next Dunkin’ run?