Top 10 Best Donuts at Dunkin' Donuts, Ranked
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Top 10 Best Donuts at Dunkin' Donuts, Ranked

Dunkin' Donuts has a wide variety of donuts and these are my top 10.

Top 10 Best Donuts at Dunkin' Donuts, Ranked

Dunkin' Donuts is hands-down my go-to place for coffee, breakfast, and most importantly, donuts. I'm a donut addict, and I've tried almost all the different types of donuts they offer. To save you the trouble, I've compiled a list of the Top 10 donuts at Dunkin' so you know what to get next time you go.

10. Powdered Sugar

This donut is very sweet and tastes good with coffee, and would probably be higher up on this list if it weren't for the dryness. If you're a fan of Old Fashioned donuts, this can become your new favorite.

9. Vanilla Frosted

This classic donut definitely gets the job done, but it's really nothing special. However, it looks very pretty when combined with rainbow sprinkles, so it earns a spot on this list.

8. Strawberry Frosted

Definitely perfect for those with a sweet tooth, however, the strawberry tends to taste artificial at times, which ruins the donut for me.

7. Chocolate Frosted

This is my favorite out of all the classic frosted donuts due to the flavor tasting like actual chocolate. The vanilla and strawberry cannot compare to this masterpiece.

6. Marble Frosted

If you love sweeter donuts like me, this donut might become your new go-to. It's the perfect mix of chocolate and vanilla, and comes out to be one amazing donut.

5. Glazed

Do I even have to explain? Dunkin' glazed donuts always taste amazing, with a nice distribution of glaze all over without the greasy feel. This is a standard donut that exceeds all expectations.

4. French Cruller

This donut is my regular when I don't want anything overly sweet. It tastes amazing without making me feel too unhealthy, and pulling the layers apart as you eat makes it even better.

3. Valentine's Day Donut

Although this isn't a donut that's around whole-year, I had to include this Valentine's Day Donut in the list. Maybe it's just the thought of the holidays, but this vanilla frosted donut with pink sprinkles tastes heavenly.

2. Double Chocolate

As a chocolate fiend myself, it's only natural that I gravitated towards this chocolate wonder. It is the perfect combination of chocolate and dough, and isn't too sweet, making it a great thing to get if you need a pick-me-up.

1. Boston Kreme

Although I am not normally a fan of filled donuts, Boston Kreme donuts are by far the best Dunkin' has to offer. The chocolate-y flavor mixed with the custard creates a perfect blend, and I find myself craving it constantly.

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