The Story Behind Our NEW Dunkin’ Bowls

The Story Behind Our NEW Dunkin’ Bowls

This spring, we introduced our first-ever Dunkin’ Bowls to give guests a new choice to power through their morning and keep them running throughout their day. The new lineup includes an Egg White Bowl that provides guests another easy way to be a little better and joins other better-for-you Dunkin’ products like the popular Power Breakfast Sandwich.

You may be wondering, what are these bowls? What is the difference between the two varieties? Keep reading to learn more!

Dunkin Bowls

 

Available today at participating Dunkin’ restaurants nationwide, guests can choose from two new Dunkin’ Bowls to pair with their favorite Dunkin’ beverages:

  • The Egg White Bowl is made with egg whites, spinach, roasted potatoes, cheddar cheese and caramelized onions, and delivers 14 grams of lean protein and 250 calories.
  • The Sausage Scramble Bowl is made with scrambled eggs, sausage, melted cheddar jack cheese, peppers and onions, with 21 grams of protein and 450 calories.

Here at Dunkin’ we are committed to making it easy for our guests to make the choices that are right for them while eating on the run. That’s why we are continuing to innovate and introduce new and convenient menu items to help guests power through their days.

To get more information on this new menu offering, we met with Mike Brazis, Director of Research & Development in the Dunkin’ Test Kitchen. Mike and his team saw bowls as a trending menu offering across the industry. To take a Dunkin’ spin on bowls, the team looked to create something with plenty of protein, while bringing in some other better-for-you ingredients that our fans love, like spinach and peppers. This resulted in the Egg White Bowl and Sausage Scramble Bowl.

If you love breakfast sandwiches, you can also continue powering through your busy days with the Power Breakfast Sandwich, which features a veggie egg white omelet with turkey sausage and American cheese on a multigrain sandwich bread topped with seeds and rolled oats. At 370 calories, it has 20 grams of whole grains, 24 grams of protein, and has no artificial flavors or dyes and no high fructose corn syrup. The Power Breakfast Sandwich is now available ongoing as part of Dunkin’s menu of sandwiches.

Want to give our new Dunkin’ Bowls a try? Stop by your local store to pick one up today!

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