You’ll fall in love with these Valentine’s Day-inspired donuts


One favorite chain is bringing a little love to their stores with Valentine’s Day-inspired treats.

Dunkin’ Donuts has announced a special Valentine’s Day menu, featuring fun new flavors and themed updates that will bring a smile to your face when you stop by for a fresh brew. 

Check out their swoon-worthy Valentine’s Day donuts:

• Vanilla Truffle Donut, a heart-shaped donut filled with vanilla-flavored buttercreme, frosted with vanilla icing and topped with semi-sweet chocolate curls. 

• Brownie Batter Crumble Donut is a heart-shaped donut filled with rich chocolatey brownie batter filling, frosted with chocolate icing and crumbled brownies.

• Cupid’s Choice Donut is a heart-shaped donut filled with Bavarian Crème, frosted with strawberry-flavored icing and sprinkled with a festive mix of pink and white sprinkles.

All are available at participating Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants nationwide.

A Valentine’s makeover is also coming to these menu classics:

• Boston Dream: A dreamy version of Dunkin’s classic Boston Kreme Donut, featuring a heart-shaped shell and red icing drizzle 

• Pillow Talk: No need to wait for bedtime to enjoy this heart-shaped Vanilla Creme donut. 

• Donut Be Jelly: Eating this classic Jelly Donut in a heart-shaped shell is sure to make everyone around envious. 

• Roses are Red: Love blooms with this classic Vanilla Frosted Donut now featuring red icing topped with pink and white sprinkles. 

• Pretty in Pink: A Strawberry Frosted Donut topped with pink and white sprinkles tastes as delicious as it looks. 

• Chocolate Double Date: The perfect double date needs nothing more than Dunkin’s Double Chocolate Donut now decorated with white icing drizzle. 

Choc Full O’ Love: Any donut lover will be filled with love with this Chocolate Frosted Donut topped with pink and white sprinkles.

Select locations will also offer Lovestruck MUNCHKINS donut hole treats -- chocolate-glazed MUNCHKINS covered in pink and white sprinkles. Select locations will have the Lovestruck Donut, a donut topped with strawberry icing, a chocolate drizzle arrow, and a Lovestruck MUNCHKINS placed in the center.

Seasonal coffee lovers can also enjoy their beverage made with flavors Buttery Toffee Nut, a taste of buttery toffee with toasty nut notes, or Winter White Chocolate, with creamy white chocolate and subtle vanilla flavors. Both can be enjoyed in Dunkin’ Donuts’ hot or iced coffees, lattes, macchiatos and Frozen Dunkin’ Coffee.


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