Yo dawg, Dunkin' heard America runs on Dunkin' so they put more run in the Dunkin' so America could run on Dunkin' Run. The new lineup features five small bites including Donut Fries, Ham and Cheese Roll-ups, Pretzel Bites and Mustard, Waffle Breaded Chicken Tenders, and a Fudge Brownie - all for $2 each. The chain's new snacking menu was originally trialed at select outposts in the Boston area earlier this year. Donut Fries - five pieces of croissant-style dough tossed in cinnamon sugar - made it to menus first in late June because the rest of America caught wind and spread the word on social media. Now, many of the other Beantown test items are following suit.The Ham and Cheese Roll-ups look similar to taquitos, except instead of containing beans and chicken, the tortillas are filled with - well, ham and cheese. One order includes two roll-ups.
An order of Pretzel Bites and Mustard comes with five bite-sized soft pretzels topped with sea salt. Spicy brown mustard is served on the side.
The Waffle Breaded Chicken Tenders come in twos. Just as the name suggests, they're coated in a sweet waffle batter and fried.
The Fudge Brownie is described as "an indulgent and chocolaty gluten-free fudge brownie," that arrives in plastic-wrap. This marks Dunkin' Donuts' first-ever nationwide gluten-free bakery item.
In addition to the Dunkin' Run menu, the coffee chain is also bringing back its S'mores Donut. The limited-time-only treat features a toasted marshmallow-flavored filling and chocolate icing peppered with graham cracker crumbles, marshmallow pieces, and Hershey's chocolate. This doughnut might not be the epitome of a better-for-you choice, but you'd be surprised to know which Dunkin' Donuts are the worst for your health.