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10 Wild Dunkin’ Donuts Flavors Around the World

10 Wild Dunkin’ Donuts Flavors Around the World


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From wasabi cheese to pizza, here are some of the weirdest flavors from the doughnut chain

Fruity Paradise Doughnuts

Sure, we’ve all heard about Dunkin’ Donuts' crazy dried pork doughnut in China, but it seems like there’s a slew of strangely flavored doughnuts abroad, running the gamut from sweet to savory.

Fruit-flavored doughnuts aren’t rare at all (the wild blueberry from Doughnut Plant and Donut Man’s strawberry doughnut constantly have us salivating), but some flavors, like durian, sound like extreme adventures in eating.

And sure, Psycho Donuts may have something called the Dead Elvis doughnut, but that has nothing on the savory "Black Cheese Topping Donut" on offer in Indonesia.

Here, we’ve rounded up the craziest (some of them actually sound delicious) doughnut flavors we found from Dunkin’ Donuts locations around the world. You’ll hardly recognize these all-American staples abroad.


Is This Turkey-Stuffed Donut The Thanksgivukkah Version Of The Cronut?

Combining Thanksgiving leftovers into a pile on one's plate is one of the highlights of post-holiday meals. Like the mix of cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes? Rock on. Enjoy eating your stuffing with Brussels sprouts? Get on with your bad self.

But Zucker Bakery, located in New York's East Village, has created a Thanksgiving combination that is both awesome and a little scary. Now you can order a donut stuffed with turkey.

There are two options available: a pumpkin donut with turkey and gravy or a pumpkin donut with turkey and cranberry filling. We've got to wonder -- why not go all the way and offer a pumpkin donut with turkey, gravy and cranberry?

The treat is in honor of the fact that Thanksgiving falls on the first night of Hanukkah (anyone else sick of the term "Thanksgivukkah" yet?) and donuts are often served during the Jewish holiday.

The treat is being nicknamed "stuff-ganiyot," a play on "suffganiyot," the Hebrew word for donut. At least that's better than "turdoughnuts."


Is This Turkey-Stuffed Donut The Thanksgivukkah Version Of The Cronut?

Combining Thanksgiving leftovers into a pile on one's plate is one of the highlights of post-holiday meals. Like the mix of cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes? Rock on. Enjoy eating your stuffing with Brussels sprouts? Get on with your bad self.

But Zucker Bakery, located in New York's East Village, has created a Thanksgiving combination that is both awesome and a little scary. Now you can order a donut stuffed with turkey.

There are two options available: a pumpkin donut with turkey and gravy or a pumpkin donut with turkey and cranberry filling. We've got to wonder -- why not go all the way and offer a pumpkin donut with turkey, gravy and cranberry?

The treat is in honor of the fact that Thanksgiving falls on the first night of Hanukkah (anyone else sick of the term "Thanksgivukkah" yet?) and donuts are often served during the Jewish holiday.

The treat is being nicknamed "stuff-ganiyot," a play on "suffganiyot," the Hebrew word for donut. At least that's better than "turdoughnuts."


Is This Turkey-Stuffed Donut The Thanksgivukkah Version Of The Cronut?

Combining Thanksgiving leftovers into a pile on one's plate is one of the highlights of post-holiday meals. Like the mix of cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes? Rock on. Enjoy eating your stuffing with Brussels sprouts? Get on with your bad self.

But Zucker Bakery, located in New York's East Village, has created a Thanksgiving combination that is both awesome and a little scary. Now you can order a donut stuffed with turkey.

There are two options available: a pumpkin donut with turkey and gravy or a pumpkin donut with turkey and cranberry filling. We've got to wonder -- why not go all the way and offer a pumpkin donut with turkey, gravy and cranberry?

The treat is in honor of the fact that Thanksgiving falls on the first night of Hanukkah (anyone else sick of the term "Thanksgivukkah" yet?) and donuts are often served during the Jewish holiday.

The treat is being nicknamed "stuff-ganiyot," a play on "suffganiyot," the Hebrew word for donut. At least that's better than "turdoughnuts."


Is This Turkey-Stuffed Donut The Thanksgivukkah Version Of The Cronut?

Combining Thanksgiving leftovers into a pile on one's plate is one of the highlights of post-holiday meals. Like the mix of cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes? Rock on. Enjoy eating your stuffing with Brussels sprouts? Get on with your bad self.

But Zucker Bakery, located in New York's East Village, has created a Thanksgiving combination that is both awesome and a little scary. Now you can order a donut stuffed with turkey.

There are two options available: a pumpkin donut with turkey and gravy or a pumpkin donut with turkey and cranberry filling. We've got to wonder -- why not go all the way and offer a pumpkin donut with turkey, gravy and cranberry?

The treat is in honor of the fact that Thanksgiving falls on the first night of Hanukkah (anyone else sick of the term "Thanksgivukkah" yet?) and donuts are often served during the Jewish holiday.

The treat is being nicknamed "stuff-ganiyot," a play on "suffganiyot," the Hebrew word for donut. At least that's better than "turdoughnuts."


Is This Turkey-Stuffed Donut The Thanksgivukkah Version Of The Cronut?

Combining Thanksgiving leftovers into a pile on one's plate is one of the highlights of post-holiday meals. Like the mix of cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes? Rock on. Enjoy eating your stuffing with Brussels sprouts? Get on with your bad self.

But Zucker Bakery, located in New York's East Village, has created a Thanksgiving combination that is both awesome and a little scary. Now you can order a donut stuffed with turkey.

There are two options available: a pumpkin donut with turkey and gravy or a pumpkin donut with turkey and cranberry filling. We've got to wonder -- why not go all the way and offer a pumpkin donut with turkey, gravy and cranberry?

The treat is in honor of the fact that Thanksgiving falls on the first night of Hanukkah (anyone else sick of the term "Thanksgivukkah" yet?) and donuts are often served during the Jewish holiday.

The treat is being nicknamed "stuff-ganiyot," a play on "suffganiyot," the Hebrew word for donut. At least that's better than "turdoughnuts."


Is This Turkey-Stuffed Donut The Thanksgivukkah Version Of The Cronut?

Combining Thanksgiving leftovers into a pile on one's plate is one of the highlights of post-holiday meals. Like the mix of cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes? Rock on. Enjoy eating your stuffing with Brussels sprouts? Get on with your bad self.

But Zucker Bakery, located in New York's East Village, has created a Thanksgiving combination that is both awesome and a little scary. Now you can order a donut stuffed with turkey.

There are two options available: a pumpkin donut with turkey and gravy or a pumpkin donut with turkey and cranberry filling. We've got to wonder -- why not go all the way and offer a pumpkin donut with turkey, gravy and cranberry?

The treat is in honor of the fact that Thanksgiving falls on the first night of Hanukkah (anyone else sick of the term "Thanksgivukkah" yet?) and donuts are often served during the Jewish holiday.

The treat is being nicknamed "stuff-ganiyot," a play on "suffganiyot," the Hebrew word for donut. At least that's better than "turdoughnuts."


Is This Turkey-Stuffed Donut The Thanksgivukkah Version Of The Cronut?

Combining Thanksgiving leftovers into a pile on one's plate is one of the highlights of post-holiday meals. Like the mix of cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes? Rock on. Enjoy eating your stuffing with Brussels sprouts? Get on with your bad self.

But Zucker Bakery, located in New York's East Village, has created a Thanksgiving combination that is both awesome and a little scary. Now you can order a donut stuffed with turkey.

There are two options available: a pumpkin donut with turkey and gravy or a pumpkin donut with turkey and cranberry filling. We've got to wonder -- why not go all the way and offer a pumpkin donut with turkey, gravy and cranberry?

The treat is in honor of the fact that Thanksgiving falls on the first night of Hanukkah (anyone else sick of the term "Thanksgivukkah" yet?) and donuts are often served during the Jewish holiday.

The treat is being nicknamed "stuff-ganiyot," a play on "suffganiyot," the Hebrew word for donut. At least that's better than "turdoughnuts."


Is This Turkey-Stuffed Donut The Thanksgivukkah Version Of The Cronut?

Combining Thanksgiving leftovers into a pile on one's plate is one of the highlights of post-holiday meals. Like the mix of cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes? Rock on. Enjoy eating your stuffing with Brussels sprouts? Get on with your bad self.

But Zucker Bakery, located in New York's East Village, has created a Thanksgiving combination that is both awesome and a little scary. Now you can order a donut stuffed with turkey.

There are two options available: a pumpkin donut with turkey and gravy or a pumpkin donut with turkey and cranberry filling. We've got to wonder -- why not go all the way and offer a pumpkin donut with turkey, gravy and cranberry?

The treat is in honor of the fact that Thanksgiving falls on the first night of Hanukkah (anyone else sick of the term "Thanksgivukkah" yet?) and donuts are often served during the Jewish holiday.

The treat is being nicknamed "stuff-ganiyot," a play on "suffganiyot," the Hebrew word for donut. At least that's better than "turdoughnuts."


Is This Turkey-Stuffed Donut The Thanksgivukkah Version Of The Cronut?

Combining Thanksgiving leftovers into a pile on one's plate is one of the highlights of post-holiday meals. Like the mix of cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes? Rock on. Enjoy eating your stuffing with Brussels sprouts? Get on with your bad self.

But Zucker Bakery, located in New York's East Village, has created a Thanksgiving combination that is both awesome and a little scary. Now you can order a donut stuffed with turkey.

There are two options available: a pumpkin donut with turkey and gravy or a pumpkin donut with turkey and cranberry filling. We've got to wonder -- why not go all the way and offer a pumpkin donut with turkey, gravy and cranberry?

The treat is in honor of the fact that Thanksgiving falls on the first night of Hanukkah (anyone else sick of the term "Thanksgivukkah" yet?) and donuts are often served during the Jewish holiday.

The treat is being nicknamed "stuff-ganiyot," a play on "suffganiyot," the Hebrew word for donut. At least that's better than "turdoughnuts."


Is This Turkey-Stuffed Donut The Thanksgivukkah Version Of The Cronut?

Combining Thanksgiving leftovers into a pile on one's plate is one of the highlights of post-holiday meals. Like the mix of cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes? Rock on. Enjoy eating your stuffing with Brussels sprouts? Get on with your bad self.

But Zucker Bakery, located in New York's East Village, has created a Thanksgiving combination that is both awesome and a little scary. Now you can order a donut stuffed with turkey.

There are two options available: a pumpkin donut with turkey and gravy or a pumpkin donut with turkey and cranberry filling. We've got to wonder -- why not go all the way and offer a pumpkin donut with turkey, gravy and cranberry?

The treat is in honor of the fact that Thanksgiving falls on the first night of Hanukkah (anyone else sick of the term "Thanksgivukkah" yet?) and donuts are often served during the Jewish holiday.

The treat is being nicknamed "stuff-ganiyot," a play on "suffganiyot," the Hebrew word for donut. At least that's better than "turdoughnuts."



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