How many varieties of Dunkin Donuts are there?

True to our name, we offer 50+ varieties of donuts, but you can also enjoy dozens of premium beverages, bagels, breakfast sandwiches and other baked goods.

What type of donut is most popular?

Glazed doughnuts
Glazed doughnuts have been ranked the most popular of donut types, with 36% of Americans selecting them as their top choice.

What are the 2 types of donuts?

Yeast doughnuts, as the name clearly spells out, are made from dough leavened with yeast (think brioche), whereas cake doughnuts are traditionally made from a kind of cake batter that uses a chemical leavener (i.e. baking powder or baking soda).

What is a long donut called?

The Long John is a bar-shaped, yeast risen pastry like a doughnut either coated entirely with glaze or top-coated with cake icing. They may be filled with custard or creme. The term Long John is used in the Midwestern U.S. and Canada, and has been used in Texas. Long John (pastry)

What are little donuts called?

People in the United States might call them “Munchkins” because that is what Dunkin Donuts decided to call them. In India, there are desserts made from milk solids that look similar, which is why some Twitter users thought they were badly made Galub Jamun.

What is a donut without a hole called?

Jelly Doughnut

These classic doughnuts are typically round without a hole in the middle, and generally leavened with yeast.

What is a long donut called?

The Long John is a bar-shaped, yeast risen pastry like a doughnut either coated entirely with glaze or top-coated with cake icing. They may be filled with custard or creme. The term Long John is used in the Midwestern U.S. and Canada, and has been used in Texas. Long John (pastry)

What are small doughnuts called?

Mini-donuts on top of a regular donut. A mini-donut is simply a smaller version of a donut, and comes with many different toppings. The origins of this snack are unknown, although many different theories abound.

What is the cream filled donut called?

The Boston cream (pie) doughnut or donut is a round, solid, yeast-risen doughnut with chocolate frosting and a custard filling, resulting in a doughnut reminiscent of a miniature Boston cream pie.

What is a jelly filled donut called?

A jam doughnut or jelly donut, is a doughnut filled with jam filling. Varieties include Polish Pączki, German Berliner, sufganiyot in Israel, jam-filled doughnuts (in Australia, Britain, New Zealand and Nigeria), and jelly-filled doughnuts (in the United States and Canada).

What are straight donuts called?

Cruller
“Cinnamon twist” cruller
Alternative namesTwister
TypePastry/Doughnut
Media: Cruller

What are twisted donuts called?

Twisted doughnuts are yeast donuts or sticks of pastry made from wheat flour or glutinous rice flour, deep-fried in oil. In China, they are known as mahua (麻花); in Korea, they are known as kkwabaegi (꽈배기) in the Philippines, they are known as shakoy and pilipit, in Japan, they are known as sakubei.

What is a Bavarian donut?

Bavarian donut is a type of a filled doughnut that is made with soft, puffy fried dough with vanilla pastry cream filling and then coated with powdered sugar.

What is a vanilla cream donut at Dunkin?

Some locations serve a version that looks like a jelly doughnut from the outside, but has a Kreme filling instead; some are served with a dollop of Kreme filling served on top, as a garnish; some have it coming out of the side, where the Kreme is piped in. Some versions have sprinkles.

What type of donut is healthiest?

Sugar Donut

Since the sugar coating is only sugar, and not something heavier like a glaze, this is the lowest calorie yeast donut you will typically find.

Why is it called a Long John?

Answer. Answer: They were named after a boxer in the 19th Century, who was called John L. Sullivan, and they were his attire in the boxing ring so people used to call them ‘John Ls’. ‘John Ls’ turned into ‘Long Johns’.