REVIEW: Dunkin’ Roasted Tomato & Hummus Toast

Dunkin Roasted Tomato  Hummus Toast Box

What is Dunkin’s Roasted Tomato & Hummus Toast?

A little over a year after the debut of its Avocado Toast, Dunkin’ brings a new item to its expanding toast menu. This variety starts with the same sourdough bread but has hummus as the spread and is topped with oven-roasted tomatoes. It’s then finished with a generous dusting of za’atar seasoning (oregano, thyme, sumac).

How is it?

I genuinely feel like Dunkin’ must be reading my diary because this item feels made for me. Hummus is one of the foods you will always find in my fridge, and za’atar is a pantry staple. Admittedly, I was a little worried the quality of both would be lacking since the Avocado Toast was a letdown. The first bite, however, was delicious. The hummus has a strong but not overpowering garlic flavor that works well with the sourdough. Za’atar adds a kick that elevates the entire item.

Dunkin Roasted Tomato  Hummus Toast Tomato Closeup

The oven-roasted tomatoes honestly reminded me more of sun-dried tomatoes in the sweetness they had. They felt like rehydrated sun-dried tomatoes (if that’s even possible?), and it was a pleasant surprise. I wish the tomato pieces were a little smaller, as taking a bite with them meant you were committed to a whole tomato chunk.

Anything else you need to know?

From now until March 22nd, if you order the Hummus & Roasted Tomato Toast through the app, you will get 2x the points. If you don’t like tomatoes, you can request just the hummus and za’atar on the toasted sourdough.

Conclusion:

Dunkin Roasted Tomato  Hummus Toast Side

The Roasted Tomato & Hummus Toast is an absolute win for Dunkin’. The price is a little high for what amounts to a snack, but it feels worth the cost because of the quality of ingredients and size of the item. It feels like a slide out of the breakfast zone and more into a midday snack you can grab when you get your afternoon caffeine boost. Just make sure to have some gum or mints after to curb that hummus breath.

Purchased Price: $3.99
Size: N/A
Rating: 9 out of 10
Nutrition Facts: (1 piece) 300 calories, 13 grams of fat, 1.5 grams of saturated fat, 0 milligrams of cholesterol, 690 milligrams of sodium, 39 grams of carbohydrates, 6 grams of fiber, 5 grams of sugar, and 8 grams of protein.

10 thoughts to “REVIEW: Dunkin’ Roasted Tomato & Hummus Toast”

  1. Maybe ask for bacon on top. Almost like a BLT minus the lettuce. Make it BHT (Bacon, Hummus, & Tomato)

  2. Not having great luck with Dunkin lately and have tried 2 locations. The last 2 times I ordered they didn’t have bacon for the avacado one. And the girl told me they aren’t doing that one anymore (yet it’s still on the app and the menu). Then I ordered the new hummus one and they were out of hummus so got avacado with tomatoes. It was good too I can’t wait to try the hummus one.

    1. I tried this today and I was pleasantly surprised. The taste was phenomenal. My only 2 issue were that I wish the tomatoes were cut smaller and the price was a tad lower. Other than that, it was really good.

  3. I’m in the uk so totally uninvested in this but am a little sad they aren’t their doughnuts, split, toasted and topped like bagels. Successful execution or not (sure certain toppins could be tailored to any light glaze though), it seems more on brand.

    1. Huh? This is a part of their savoury breakfast offerings…and I feel like the toppings on their doughnuts already accomplish what you’re suggesting? Who knows though, maybe they’ll get into the doughnut sandwich game, it’s still a thing here…I think.

  4. Sounds like a snack I’d make for myself! And both oven roasting or sun drying tomatoes concentrates the flavour and sweetness. Oven roasting does lend to retaining more moisture than sun drying or (obviously) dehydrating. And of course it’s possible to rehydrate sun-drieds! Very frequently and commonly done. The roasting/drying/or making confit of tomatoes is a preservation technique utilized to capture the flavour of them at their peak and be able to use them throughout the year. All ya gotta do is add hot water and voila. Typically if you ever have a sun-dried tomato pesto or mayo/aioli its base is rehydrated sun-drieds.

  5. I just tried it today and it was SO GOOD! Like the others, I think 2.99 would be a more appropriate price point.

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