The copycat of Dunkin's popular chocolate-glazed donut consists of a simple yeast-based dough that gets fried until golden brown. Then, while the donuts are still warm, they get topped with a delicious chocolate glaze and sprinkles.
These donuts are ridiculously fluffy, and the thick chocolate glaze offers the perfect amount of sweetness to the plain dough.
I sometimes leave out the sprinkles, as I think the chocolate glaze is sweet enough.
The copycat Dunkin’ glazed bow ties also use a yeast-based dough.
However, before throwing them in the fryer, you’ll need to cut each rectangular piece of dough down the middle and twist them around each other. Then you can throw them in the fryer until they’re golden and dip them in a vanilla sugar glaze.
I love the glaze for this donut as it uses milk rather than water, so it is much thicker.
Copycat Dunkin’ vanilla-filled donuts use a yeast-based dough to create delicious circle-shaped dough pucks.
After you fry them, you’ll need to cut a little pocket inside them and fill them with a creamy vanilla filling. I think the filling tastes similar to a vanilla frosting that you’d put on a cake, which is so delicious.
The copycat Dunkin’ brown sugar cookie cold foam brew is a tasty treat to have around the holidays.
All you need is some cold brew coffee, cream, vanilla, maple syrup, and a few other ingredients. To make the foam itself, you’ll just need to froth the ingredients together and then plop it on top of your coffee.
I like to sprinkle some cinnamon on top for a little spiciness.
Making Dunkin’ bacon, egg, and cheese croissants is easy and fast with simple ingredients, including eggs, bacon, cheese, and pre-made croissants.
If you want to get fancy, you can make homemade croissants, but pre-made ones will save you a lot of time. I recommend using a mild or sharp cheddar, as it melts beautifully and tastes great with the bacon.
You’ll get about 18 grams of protein from this tasty breakfast!
Wake-up wraps are the perfect thing to snack on at any point of the day.
You can make them at home with tortillas, eggs, cheese, and either bacon or sausage. If you want them to be the same size as the Dunkin’ wraps, I recommend using the street taco tortillas because they’re small.
However, if you want something more substantial, use burrito tortillas.
The Dunkin’ copycat recipe for an iced cake batter latte is like a dessert over ice.
You’ll just need cake batter syrup, your favorite chilled espresso, and milk to make it at home. The cake batter syrup truly tastes like a piece of vanilla cake with its use of sugar and cake batter extract.
I recommend topping this iced latte with whipped cream and rainbow sprinkles.
Erin is an editor and food writer who loves traveling and trying new foods and fun cocktails. Erin has been writing and editing professionally for 5 years since graduating from Temple University, and has been on the Restaurant Clicks team for 3 years. She has a long background working in the restaurant industry, and is an avid home chef and baker. Her favorite restaurants are those with spicy food and outdoor seating so that she can bring along her dog, Miss Piggy.