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.