This guac-topped breakfast sandwich was spotted by Impulsive Buy reader, Matt H., in Chicago. It appears to feature a fried egg, bacon, cheese, and guacamole in a flatbread. I’m curious to know how Dunkin’ Donuts guacamole tastes. Man, it feels weird to type “Dunkin’ Donuts” and then “guacamole” right after.
If you’ve tried the Dunkin’ Donuts Bacon Guacamole Breakfast Sandwich, let us know what you think of it in the comments.
4 thoughts to “FAST FOOD NEWS: Dunkin’ Donuts Bacon Guacamole Breakfast Sandwich”
It was your usual Dunkin Donuts fare: it cost about $4, for a product that should have been about$2 at most. The guac is extremely bland, to answer your question.
Your review is spot on. Unlike the picture shown in their ad, my sandwich had what appeared to be no more than a teaspoon of guacamole smeared across the whole sandwich. When I could taste it is was not bad. Only one or two bites actually had any guac flavor. The bacon has a rubber texture and I could have done without it. Good concept for a sandwich, just poorly executed.
I have been going to the Dunkin Dounts on Ogden and the put lots of guacamole on it. The guac is not bad, leagues above subway guacamole. The price is high $3.99 after tax, but I feel that it should be around $2.50 or $3.00 (right on par with McDonald’s breakfast sandwiches) because it is much more filling. This sandwich has become my go to for breakfast and lunch. I love it. I agree, a lack of guacamole would ruin it for me. Try a different location.
Is your Bacon Guacamole Sandwich only available for breakfast? To me, it looks like something I would like
for lunch! Chuck Carney, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
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