I Tried The Dunkin’ Donuts Avocado Toast…Here’s What I Thought

Another day, another food review! This time I tried the Dunkin’ Donuts Avocado Toast. I know Avocado Toast gets a bad rep as being the food that makes millennials broke (eye roll and deep sigh) but I have been a huge fan of it ever since I first tried it. I mean what is there not to love about bread smeared with a refreshing and well seasoned spread? Throughout the years I have tried Avocado Toast from local NJ and NY shops like The Village Blend and Rey Sol. I have also tried Avocado Toast from more well known spots, like Dudleys. I went through a phase where I made my own for breakfast every day. This was both delicious and time consuming. I love avocado toast, but if you are in a time crunch it is not exactly the quickest thing to mix up (unless you literally just add avocado and nothing else to a slice of toast but that is pretty sinful if you ask me). So, as you can imagine, I was pleasantly surprised and feeling hopeful when I found that Dunkin’ started carrying the fan favorite breakfast bite. Normally, Avocado Toast is something you have to sit in a restaurant to enjoy, Dunkin’ carrying an inexpensive and easy to take to go Avocado Toast is pretty game-changing in itself.

Dudley’s NYC Avocado Toast

I decided to head over to my local DD so I could try this $2.99 toast for myself. The Avocado Toast is said to be made of pure avocado spread, containing avocados, lemon juice, sea salt, and black pepper. It is also sprinkled with Everything Bagel Seasoning which contains a mix of sesame and poppy seeds, onion flakes, and sea salt. This is all smeared on one piece of sourdough bread.

Dunkin Donuts Avocado Toast

Side Note/Pro tip: Head to your local Trader Joe’s and pick up their Everything But The Bagel Seasoning. You are very welcome.

Okay now, for the verdict. Personally, I wasn’t really digging this avo-toast. However, to be fair, I will say I think the worker at my DD did not exactly make it with love. The bread wasn’t toasted and it tasted far too citrusy. I think the bread being toasted would have made it 10x better. I am open to trying it again as long as this time the bread gets toasted.

Overall, it won’t knock your socks off and it is not nearly as good as getting Avocado Toast from an NYC hotspot, but it is definitely better than eating something fattening like a bagel or a doughnut for breakfast. The price point is great so I recommend trying it out.

Have you tried this? Comment below what your thoughts are!

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