Dunkin’ Is Now Selling Avocado Toast With Everything Bagel Seasoning For Breakfast On The Run

Dunkin’ Is Now Selling Avocado Toast With Everything Bagel Seasoning For Breakfast On The Run Dunkin'

Avocado toast has long been a favorite of brunch lovers everywhere, but what if you simply don’t have time to sit at a sidewalk cafe sipping mimosas and slowly languishing over said meal (or snack, as some of us would refer to it)? Have no fear, because Dunkin’ is now offering avocado toast complete with everything bagel seasoning sprinkled on top as part of its new spring menu.

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  1. This actually sounds pretty delicious. I’m pretty confident in Dunkin’s breakfast offerings, at least in terms of their sandwiches – I love a sausage, egg, and cheese on a croissant personally. However, when I first heard that they were going to start offering avocado toast, I was admittedly skeptical. I shouldn’t have been because they’ve really thought this through. They use sourdough toast and top it with a mix of avocado, lemon juice, sea salt, and black pepper. The everything bagel seasoning on top really takes it over the edge.
  2. It’s actually super affordable as well. Real talk: I’ve been to one too many NYC restaurants that think it’s acceptable to charge upwards of $10 for avocado toast, which is criminal (and which I’ve paid because I’m a sucker for ~the experience~). However, Dunkin’s version comes in at $2.99 and is even served in a special to-go box so that it doesn’t get all mushed up in transit.
  3. If avocado toast isn’t your bag, Dunkin’ has a few other new menu items. This spring, they’re also highlighting two versions of their Grilled Cheese Melts. Both come on their classic sourdough and have white cheddar and American cheese. However, one version adds black forest ham so you get additional protein and a meaty fix.
  4. If all else fails, just grab some donuts. After all, they’re pretty universally delicious and come in a variety of flavors. Even if you do get the avocado toast, I’d still grab some Munchkins and an iced coffee on my way out.
Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.
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