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Dunkin’ unveils holiday menu for 2019, including return of Peppermint Mocha

Pumpkins still adorn our porches, but already we’re thinking about the winter holidays and the next crop of seasonally-flavored drinks we’ll soon sip. Starbucks hasn’t announced cold-weather menu yet, but at Dunkin’ the holidays have officially arrived. On Friday, Dunkin’ announced its new seasonal lineup, which includes a return of the beloved Peppermint Mocha, beginning on Nov. 5 if you order though Dunkin’s On-the-Go Mobile Ordering app only. If you’re not a super fan touting Dunkin’s mobile app, then you’ll have to wait for the Peppermint Mocha and the rest of Dunkin’s holiday drinks for one more day. Beginning Nov. 6, customers can try two new flavors (for a limited time) as well: Gingerbread S’mores and Winter White Chocolate. Both flavors can be made into nearly any drink you would like including hot, cold, or frozen coffee, espresso drinks (like cappuccino or macchiato), and frozen chocolate. Make your own Winter…

Easy life preserver donuts will save you from hunger during Shark Week

What’s just as important as sunscreen at the beach? Snacks at a shark party! The 31st annual much-anticipated Shark Week begins this Sunday at 8 p.m.. The fintastic lineup is primed to deliver more than 20 hours of all-new shark stories and remarkable insights into the underwater world of these mysterious creatures. And as you come face to face with some of the most unique shark species in the world and learn about all-too-important shark conservation, don’t forget you’re going to work up an appetite! These cute life preserver donuts will save you from spending all of your time in the kitchen making overly detailed shark themed snacks. You can make the donuts, frost them yourself, then add the red striping, OR you can buy them already iced and just take one easy step! Most grocery stores sell white icing donuts without sprinkles. If you can’t find them, another easy…

Krispy Kreme lets “Freedom Ring” with new patriotic donuts

Extra burnt hot dogs, burgers dripping in ketchup, and fresh corn on the cob likely conjure images of the 4th of July — but donuts? Krispy Kreme is hoping their new line of super-patriotic donuts will be invited to your backyard barbecue. Krispy Kreme announced that it will serve its “Let Freedom Ring” donuts now through July 4 at locations across the country. The collection includes three different designs, per the press release: Freedom Ring Doughnut: This doughnut is inspired by the American flag. It’s decorated with red, white, and blue icing and topped with patriotic sprinkles. Sprinkled Ring Doughnut: The patriotic doughnut features Krispy Kreme’s Original Glazed doughnut dipped in white icing and topped with red, white, and blue sprinkles. Firework Ring Doughnut: A delicious representation of the flag, this doughnut is dipped in blue icing and decorated with red and white stripes. Krispy Kreme Reward members are also eligible…

Where to get free donuts on National Doughnut Day 2019

Food-centric holidays seem to occur nearly every week. Not long ago we celebrated National Pretzel Day, just last week was National Hamburger Day, and we countdown to National Coffee Day every year. But unlike the obscure origins of these holidays, National Doughnut Day goes way back. The first National Doughnut Day was officially established in 1938 by the Salvation Army’s Chicago branch. The chapter revived the donut making tradition as a way to provide much-needed cheer and raise funds for people in need during the Great Depression. The day honored the women who made doughnuts for the soldiers during WWI as a way to boost morale. At their peak, the women could make and supply up to 9,000 doughnuts per day. National Doughnut Day has since become an American tradition and continues to be celebrated the first Friday in June. Many national and local doughnut chains offer freebies or discounts…

Dunkin’ Donuts officially drops ‘Donuts’ from name

After 68 years, Dunkin’ Donuts is officially changing its name. The popular donut and coffee chain announced Tuesday that it will no longer go by the moniker “Dunkin’ Donuts.” Instead, they’re just “Dunkin.” The name changes come after months of speculation and a few new restaurants opening under the new name. According to a press release, the “Donuts” drop “officially puts the company on a first name basis with customers.” The change will take place in January 2019, meaning, all the packaging and signage you see after that will just read “Dunkin.” Pushing on the “first name basis” thing, the company released this tweet: https://twitter.com/dunkindonuts/status/1044647776943058944 Some would argue that the name was simple enough, or that the common reference to “DD” was a better alternative. But regardless, Dunkin’ will still serve the same great coffee and delicious donuts, so, will it really matter? Also see, 8 ways to recycle used…

Chicken nugget donuts (or donugs) get warm reception in Australia

Doughnuts are great. And so are chicken nuggets. So how about combining them? An entrepreneur in Australia has invented the “donug,” which is basically a large chicken nugget in the shape of a doughnut. A Donug, quite simply is a hybrid of a Donut and a Chicken Nugget, but, in this case it is a completely savoury product made from chicken, our unique and top-secret flour and spice mix… and a crunchy panko and cornflake crust. This bad boy comes with our signature Cheesy Dijon Bechamel, Chilli Flakes and Black Salt. www.loveadonug.com #donug #donugs #loveadonug #melbournefood A post shared by Donugs (@loveadonug) on May 21, 2018 at 6:10pm PDT Crag Carrick and his wife Rachel Dutton, a chef, recently appeared on Australia’s version of “Shark Tank” and received a $100,000 investment to bring the product to the mainstream Down Under. The donug is made from free-range chicken and coated in…

Where to score free donuts on National Doughnut Day

June 1 is National Doughnut Day. While we’re all about keeping our blood sugar relatively stable, it seems safe to cash in on the sweet deals offered by local and national doughnut shops on this merry food holiday — especially when they’re offered in honor of some pretty incredible ladies. The first official Doughnut Day was announced in 1938 as a nod to the “doughnut lassies,” who found that World War I soldier helmets were perfect for frying up dough and feeding to the troops on the front lines to raise morale. Whether you like your donuts glazed, jelly-filled or chocolate dipped, National Doughnut Day is a day to indulge in your favorites and remember a sweet moment in history. Here are some deals offered from the national doughnut chains. Your local shop might celebrate as well, so call ahead. Dunkin’ Donuts: Get a free classic doughnut with purchase of any beverage…

Krispy Kreme debuts new lemon doughnut for one week only

The folks at Krispy Kreme know how to keep customers coming back. People have loved the Original Glazed for decades, but it’s the string of new flavors like Nutter Butter, gingerbread and Reese’s Easter eggs that keep bringing new interest — all of which are only available for a limited time. America was asked to vote earlier this year, and after tallying more than 2 million entries, the Lemon Glazed Doughnut came out on top. The tangy treat will be available in stores for a full week, from Monday, April 23 to Sunday, April 29. If you like the original, and you like lemon, you’ll likely love the new Lemon Glaze Doughnut. It might remind you of a lemon pound cake drizzled with icing, but in doughnut form. “There has been so much anticipation and zest for the new Lemon Glaze Doughnut, we can’t wait to share the joy with our…

Krispy Kreme introduces Reese’s Peanut Butter Donut for Easter

Doughnut lovers can look for something special in their Easter baskets with a little help from Krispy Kreme. The national doughnut chain released its Reese’s Peanut Butter Donut, and it looks great. Happy Spring! We’ve got a spring surprise for you: the new Reese’s Peanut Butter Doughnut with Peanut Butter Kreme filling is available at participating shops today! 🐣 (US) pic.twitter.com/mO3KhV2lxJ — krispykreme (@krispykreme) March 20, 2018 The doughnut is filled with a Reese’s peanut butter “kreme” with a special Hershey’s chocolate icing. Top it with chopped peanuts, add some yellow and blue icing, and it looks just like an Easter egg. It’s only available for a limited time. In other baked good news, Krispy Kreme will add a lemon glaze doughnut, but it’s only available for one week. Lemon edged maple, blueberry and caramel in an Internet vote earlier this year, and it will be on sale from April…

Where to find free donuts on National Donut Day

If there’s one good thing these national food holidays give us, it’s plenty of freebies. This year will mark the 79th anniversary of National Donut Day — a day with a pretty awesome past, actually. Unlike many national food holidays, Donut Day dates back decades to WWI and celebrates the women who served the fried sweets to soldiers on the front lines in France. In celebration of these ladies, here’s where to score free donuts this Friday: Dunkin Donuts Get a free donut with any drink purchase. Krispy Kreme Receive a free donut of your choice — any donut — on the house. No purchase necessary. Tim Horton’s Mention National Donut Day and receive a classic donut for free with purchase of any hot or iced coffee. Lamar’s Donuts Present this coupon to receive a free donut. Select cities are also handing out travel mugs. Cumberland Farms This East Coast chain is…