Monday, June 3, 2013

Updated: Donut-bacon-egg sandwich? Yes!


Dunkin' Donuts is rolling out its new Glazed Donut Breakfast Sandwich nationally this Friday, but at least some Charlotte locations (I didn't call them all) already serve the new concoction: A split glazed donut with fried eggs and bacon.

It's 360 calories -- 30 fewer than Dunkin' Donuts' new turkey sausage breakfast sandwich aimed at those "eating right" (!) and 60 more than an Egg McMuffin -- and runs $3.29. (You can add cheese, too.)

UPDATE: For those concerned some people will think this isn't much worse for you than the "eating right" choice, let's clarify. The Glazed Donut Breakfast Sandwich has 20 grams of fat (14 in the donut), which is 30 percent of the daily recommended amount and includes 6 grams of saturated fat. The turkey sausage flatbread has 8 total fat grams (3 saturated).

Create your own joke in the comments. Just keep it clean.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

actually the calories don't sound too horrible. i'd rather haveeggs and bacon in between two pancakes and add my own syrup and/or ketchup to taste. mmm ;)

Anonymous said...

is it just me, or does this sound absolutely disgusting?

Anonymous said...

It's just you.

Anonymous said...

That sure looks like a Krispy Kreme doughnut to me. But it can't possibly be as good as a hot and now freshly glazed KK right off the conveyor belt. Mmmmm! No joke there, just deliciousness.

Anonymous said...

There used to be a donut shop out by Concord Mills called the Fractured Prune that did this years ago.

Stephanie Olson said...

Oh, I would TOTALLY eat that. Especially if I had a hangover :)

Anonymous said...

Please review a restaurant.

Anonymous said...

You can work off the calories, but why no mention of the fat content. It makes it appear only a little more evil than the healthy options. This will produce lots of business for cardiologist!