Monday, January 31, 2011

Dunkin' Donuts Dunkin Yan and Mister Donut's Version

Doughnuts dipped in chocolate is nothing new.  But when they make it in the form of soft bread sticks, it creates a more fun experience. 

Last week, I get to taste them from both local doughnut brands - Dunkin Donut and Mister Donut. 

Dunkin Donut's Dunkin Yan offers soft bread sticks already dipped in their chocolate and dried (excuse me for lack of a better term).  They're placed in cardboard pockets exactly like that of french fries.  Also, I noticed that the bread was already sweet.  It's like you're eating an elongated Dunkin Donut honey-dipped munchkin.  The chocolate is not too sweet.  On the other hand, Mister Donut's bread-dipping version is placed on a cup like that of Yan Yan. And the melted chocolate is sweet (if not very sweet).  And it's easy to make a mess if you are like me - a messy eater.

The way they're called is quite confusing.  Dunkin Donuts' should have been called Donut Fries while Mister Donuts' should have been called Mister Yan. 

Here's the thing:  Dunkin Donuts' bread is much better while I like Mister Donuts' Chocolate dip more. 

Too bad, I wasn't able to take a picture of Mister Donut's version.


  1. I want to try Dunkin's version. Parang churros, breadsticks with belgian choco dip.

  2. ah yes sis, parang churros. pero not as oily :)