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14 January, 2008

Dunkin Donuts - M&Ms Donut - Milky Way Hot Chocolate

Dunkin Donuts - M&Ms Donut and Milky Way Hot ChocolateDunkin' Donuts has partnered with The Mars Corporation to produce two new offerings, the "M&Ms Donut" and the "Milky Way Hot Chocolate".

Milky Way Hot Chocolate is described as a rich, smooth, hot chocolate that blends chocolate, caramel and vanilla nougat flavors, just like the classic candy bar.

The M&M's Donut, comes with either chocolate or vanilla icing and is sprinkled with colorful mini M&M's.

Both are available at Dunkin' Donuts nationwide.

17 comments:

Kimberly on 1/14/2008 07:42:00 PM said...

Yum! That looks tasty!

Curly Glamour Girlie on 1/15/2008 07:35:00 AM said...

As soon as I heard about the hot chocolate I ran out and got one. They are delicious. Rather than just a cloying, artificial aftertaste, you can actually taste a hint of carmel and nougat without it overpowering the hot chocolate taste.

But I think m&m's on a donut is a bit much.

Lora on 1/16/2008 04:56:00 PM said...

Wait until I tell the gals at Low Carb Friends! They'll be cursing my very existence! LOL

RARA said...

how much is it.

Anonymous said...

i had a milky way hc and they are amazing!

husni on 1/31/2008 04:28:00 AM said...

the milky way hot choc is another dnd innovation...amazing.

just like maple frosted donuts, whoever fused maple syrup and frosting is pure genius, leader at the forefront of donut technology.

Lei said...

I am having one as I am typing this and initially I thought Eh, it's ok but as you continue to drink it turns out it's really delicious.

_Lei

Anonymous said...

I had a milky way hot chocolate the other day finally, and it was the first time I've ever thrown out something from DD without finishing it. Not sure if I just wasn't in the mood, but it tasted weird. Not at all like what I thought it would.

jigidyjensen said...

I know of a recipe for Dove Hot Chocolate. It is something you can make right at home with a powdered packet of hot chocolate, whipping cream, and a dove bar. It tastes great. For detailed instructions, go to Dove Hot Chocolate

Anonymous said...

I personally love drinking chocolate, but there is a big difference between hot chocolate and drinking chocolate. The main difference is using the cacoa part of the bean vs. the cocoa powder. You are getting the good part including the cocoa butter, which you can really tell because when heated repeatedly, you'll see the cocoa butter rise to the top.
I found a lot of info and good recipes at http://www.drinkingchocolates.com. They even have flavorings you can add like raspberry and irish crème. Yum! The Italian Style Drinking Chocolate at drinkingchocolates.com is so delicious - better than any cocoa mix I've ever had at least.

Anonymous said...

They discontinued the Milky Way Hot Chocolate!

Boris on 1/08/2009 08:55:00 PM said...

No they didnt! I got one 2 days ago in Cambridge, MA... please tell me they're not taking it away!

Anonymous said...

I tried to get one this morning and was told they don't carry it anymore.

mujahid7ia on 1/27/2009 09:00:00 PM said...

I also have not been able to get one for the past few days at a few DD locations.

Anonymous said...

You can get Dunkin Donuts Milky Way Hot Chocolate on Ebay right now. Pretty cheap too.

Anonymous said...

Everyone who misses Dunkin Donuts Milky Way hot chocolate should write the company and ask them to bring it back. (I did) Maybe if enough people show an interest, they'll reinstate it.

Krispy Kreme Coupons on 10/08/2009 07:23:00 PM said...

I will defiantly write to them, I love the stuff. It's making thirsty just thinking about it.

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