What are Dunkin’ Stuffed Bagel Minis?
Dunkin’ is finally taking a cue from Starbucks by adding mini bagel rounds filled with cream cheese to its menu.
How are they?
Before I get into that, I have to whine.
Ya know those donut holes Dunkin’ is famous for? The snackable miniature versions of its famous donuts? What are they called again?
The only reason I ask is because Dunkin’ completely dropped the bagel ball by not calling these “Bagel Munchkins,” right? Why aren’t these called “Bagel Munchkins”? Honestly, if that name is being phased out because it’s mildly offense, I’m ok with it, but why aren’t these called “Bagel Munchkins”? They had that one on a tee – Dunkin’ Bagel Munchkins.
I should probably stop saying the word just in case. Besides, it reminds me of the Secretary of the Treasury, and that dude owes me $1200.
Ok, so stuffed bagel minis – are they good? Yeah, sure, they’re pretty good.
The Everything seasoning-topped bagel shell had the exact texture I dig. I like a fat, chewy, room temperature bagel.
These are a good bite, but I didn’t love the cream cheese filling. There’s too much of it, and it was burning hot, even after driving home a few minutes. I expected that but realized I definitely prefer cold, more solidified cream cheese.
Still, these are fun. The “M-word” version of a Dunkin’ bagel is much better than its regular bagels, which are trash-tier.
Anything else you need to know?
These come in packs of two, which is a perfect serving size.
You can also get a Plain bagel version. I was going to try those as well. But honestly, I think I can make my assumption on those from eating the undoubtedly superior Everything topped one.
I would get these again 100 times out 100 over a regular bagel, but I would wait a couple of minutes to let the cream cheese lava cool down.
I hope Dunkin’ eventually uses Bantam Bagels as inspiration to try some flavored cream cheeses and more varieties of bagels.
Purchased Price: $2.49
Rating: 7 out of 10
Nutrition Facts: (2 Minis) 260 calories, 12 grams of fat, 0 gram of trans fat, 7 grams of saturated fat, 30 mg of cholesterol, 400 milligrams of sodium, 34 grams of total carbohydrates, 5 grams of total sugars, 3 grams of fiber, and 8 grams of protein.
One thought to “REVIEW: Dunkin’ Stuffed Bagel Minis”
Boring, but better than nothing. Einstein’s has had a few good varieties of these.
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