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Not all bagels are created equal

There are 13 varieties of bagels available at Dunkin' Donuts.

Dunkin’ Donuts introduced bagels to their menu back in 1996, and the chain has never looked back. Bagels are just as (if not more so) popular a breakfast item as doughnuts are, and today there are 13 varieties of bagels available there, from sour cream and onion to pretzel salt. While all of the bagel offerings range from 300 to 400 calories, some have more fat than others, and for those looking to eat healthy, some contain a whole lot more dietary fiber and protein than others. Here are the top five healthiest Dunkin’ Donuts bagels, ranked by fiber and protein content.

#5 Everything Bagel
Dietary Fiber: 5 grams
Protein: 12 grams
Calories: 340
Fat: 3 grams

#4 Garlic Bagel
Dietary Fiber: 5 grams
Protein: 12 grams
Calories: 330
Fat: 1 gram

#3 Spinach Artichoke Supreme Bagel
Dietary Fiber: 5 grams
Protein: 16 grams
Calories: 390
Fat: 6 grams

#2 Whole Wheat Bagel
Dietary Fiber: 7 grams
Protein: 13 grams
Calories: 320
Fat: 2 grams

#1 Multigrain Bagel
Dietary Fiber: 8 grams
Protein: 15 grams
Calories: 350
Fat: 7 grams


The Last Psychiatrist

too bad the prices aren't also variable

Dunkin Donuts has a "DDSmart" menu, which means it's healthier. That should be obvious.


Except that there is nothing about the multigraining which makes it healthier. It has more calories and more fat (due to the oil they need to add to make it soft). They say "reduced fat cream cheese" only adds 100 cal and half the fat (8g) but that's if the cheese is spread by a bee.

  1. No worse than the bagels. More fat, less carbs. you decide.
  2. Anything labeled "cake" or "crumb" should be avoided like the clap. And if it claims to have a fruit in it, get tested for gonorrhea as well. The apple/blueberry crumb has 470 calories, none of which are delicious.
  3. Most of the other donuts (cruller, frosteds, jelly, pudding kremes (boston, bavarian, etc)-- are all about 250 calories.

Munchkins all look like this:

i.e. they are identical in proportions to their adult counterparts. So know thyself: which is more psychologically satisfying, one donut or 5 munchkins?

Muffins are the Matrix's punishment for our arrogance, believing we can make birthday party cupcakes healthier simply by making them larger and renaming them.

On the positive side, as of October 15, 2007, all DD products were trans fat free.

What I'm about to show you is not suitable for pregnant women or patients recovering from surgery.

Here are the stats on the Triple Chocolate Chunk Cookie, as told by DD (orange and white) and an independent site called Calorie Count:

If you add up the fat, carbs, and protein, the DD stats equal 72g, and the Calorie Count stats add to 110g. The actual cookie I bought today weighs 140g. So is Dunkin Donuts telling me that the other half of the cookie is water and oxygen?

So I'm going to bake this cookie until it becomes a cracker. Check back tomorrow for the results of the cookie analysis.


The Last Psychiatrist

too bad the prices aren't also variable

Dunkin Donuts has a "DDSmart" menu, which means it's healthier. That should be obvious.


Except that there is nothing about the multigraining which makes it healthier. It has more calories and more fat (due to the oil they need to add to make it soft). They say "reduced fat cream cheese" only adds 100 cal and half the fat (8g) but that's if the cheese is spread by a bee.

  1. No worse than the bagels. More fat, less carbs. you decide.
  2. Anything labeled "cake" or "crumb" should be avoided like the clap. And if it claims to have a fruit in it, get tested for gonorrhea as well. The apple/blueberry crumb has 470 calories, none of which are delicious.
  3. Most of the other donuts (cruller, frosteds, jelly, pudding kremes (boston, bavarian, etc)-- are all about 250 calories.

Munchkins all look like this:

i.e. they are identical in proportions to their adult counterparts. So know thyself: which is more psychologically satisfying, one donut or 5 munchkins?

Muffins are the Matrix's punishment for our arrogance, believing we can make birthday party cupcakes healthier simply by making them larger and renaming them.

On the positive side, as of October 15, 2007, all DD products were trans fat free.

What I'm about to show you is not suitable for pregnant women or patients recovering from surgery.

Here are the stats on the Triple Chocolate Chunk Cookie, as told by DD (orange and white) and an independent site called Calorie Count:

If you add up the fat, carbs, and protein, the DD stats equal 72g, and the Calorie Count stats add to 110g. The actual cookie I bought today weighs 140g. So is Dunkin Donuts telling me that the other half of the cookie is water and oxygen?

So I'm going to bake this cookie until it becomes a cracker. Check back tomorrow for the results of the cookie analysis.


The Last Psychiatrist

too bad the prices aren't also variable

Dunkin Donuts has a "DDSmart" menu, which means it's healthier. That should be obvious.


Except that there is nothing about the multigraining which makes it healthier. It has more calories and more fat (due to the oil they need to add to make it soft). They say "reduced fat cream cheese" only adds 100 cal and half the fat (8g) but that's if the cheese is spread by a bee.

  1. No worse than the bagels. More fat, less carbs. you decide.
  2. Anything labeled "cake" or "crumb" should be avoided like the clap. And if it claims to have a fruit in it, get tested for gonorrhea as well. The apple/blueberry crumb has 470 calories, none of which are delicious.
  3. Most of the other donuts (cruller, frosteds, jelly, pudding kremes (boston, bavarian, etc)-- are all about 250 calories.

Munchkins all look like this:

i.e. they are identical in proportions to their adult counterparts. So know thyself: which is more psychologically satisfying, one donut or 5 munchkins?

Muffins are the Matrix's punishment for our arrogance, believing we can make birthday party cupcakes healthier simply by making them larger and renaming them.

On the positive side, as of October 15, 2007, all DD products were trans fat free.

What I'm about to show you is not suitable for pregnant women or patients recovering from surgery.

Here are the stats on the Triple Chocolate Chunk Cookie, as told by DD (orange and white) and an independent site called Calorie Count:

If you add up the fat, carbs, and protein, the DD stats equal 72g, and the Calorie Count stats add to 110g. The actual cookie I bought today weighs 140g. So is Dunkin Donuts telling me that the other half of the cookie is water and oxygen?

So I'm going to bake this cookie until it becomes a cracker. Check back tomorrow for the results of the cookie analysis.


The Last Psychiatrist

too bad the prices aren't also variable

Dunkin Donuts has a "DDSmart" menu, which means it's healthier. That should be obvious.


Except that there is nothing about the multigraining which makes it healthier. It has more calories and more fat (due to the oil they need to add to make it soft). They say "reduced fat cream cheese" only adds 100 cal and half the fat (8g) but that's if the cheese is spread by a bee.

  1. No worse than the bagels. More fat, less carbs. you decide.
  2. Anything labeled "cake" or "crumb" should be avoided like the clap. And if it claims to have a fruit in it, get tested for gonorrhea as well. The apple/blueberry crumb has 470 calories, none of which are delicious.
  3. Most of the other donuts (cruller, frosteds, jelly, pudding kremes (boston, bavarian, etc)-- are all about 250 calories.

Munchkins all look like this:

i.e. they are identical in proportions to their adult counterparts. So know thyself: which is more psychologically satisfying, one donut or 5 munchkins?

Muffins are the Matrix's punishment for our arrogance, believing we can make birthday party cupcakes healthier simply by making them larger and renaming them.

On the positive side, as of October 15, 2007, all DD products were trans fat free.

What I'm about to show you is not suitable for pregnant women or patients recovering from surgery.

Here are the stats on the Triple Chocolate Chunk Cookie, as told by DD (orange and white) and an independent site called Calorie Count:

If you add up the fat, carbs, and protein, the DD stats equal 72g, and the Calorie Count stats add to 110g. The actual cookie I bought today weighs 140g. So is Dunkin Donuts telling me that the other half of the cookie is water and oxygen?

So I'm going to bake this cookie until it becomes a cracker. Check back tomorrow for the results of the cookie analysis.


The Last Psychiatrist

too bad the prices aren't also variable

Dunkin Donuts has a "DDSmart" menu, which means it's healthier. That should be obvious.


Except that there is nothing about the multigraining which makes it healthier. It has more calories and more fat (due to the oil they need to add to make it soft). They say "reduced fat cream cheese" only adds 100 cal and half the fat (8g) but that's if the cheese is spread by a bee.

  1. No worse than the bagels. More fat, less carbs. you decide.
  2. Anything labeled "cake" or "crumb" should be avoided like the clap. And if it claims to have a fruit in it, get tested for gonorrhea as well. The apple/blueberry crumb has 470 calories, none of which are delicious.
  3. Most of the other donuts (cruller, frosteds, jelly, pudding kremes (boston, bavarian, etc)-- are all about 250 calories.

Munchkins all look like this:

i.e. they are identical in proportions to their adult counterparts. So know thyself: which is more psychologically satisfying, one donut or 5 munchkins?

Muffins are the Matrix's punishment for our arrogance, believing we can make birthday party cupcakes healthier simply by making them larger and renaming them.

On the positive side, as of October 15, 2007, all DD products were trans fat free.

What I'm about to show you is not suitable for pregnant women or patients recovering from surgery.

Here are the stats on the Triple Chocolate Chunk Cookie, as told by DD (orange and white) and an independent site called Calorie Count:

If you add up the fat, carbs, and protein, the DD stats equal 72g, and the Calorie Count stats add to 110g. The actual cookie I bought today weighs 140g. So is Dunkin Donuts telling me that the other half of the cookie is water and oxygen?

So I'm going to bake this cookie until it becomes a cracker. Check back tomorrow for the results of the cookie analysis.


The Last Psychiatrist

too bad the prices aren't also variable

Dunkin Donuts has a "DDSmart" menu, which means it's healthier. That should be obvious.


Except that there is nothing about the multigraining which makes it healthier. It has more calories and more fat (due to the oil they need to add to make it soft). They say "reduced fat cream cheese" only adds 100 cal and half the fat (8g) but that's if the cheese is spread by a bee.

  1. No worse than the bagels. More fat, less carbs. you decide.
  2. Anything labeled "cake" or "crumb" should be avoided like the clap. And if it claims to have a fruit in it, get tested for gonorrhea as well. The apple/blueberry crumb has 470 calories, none of which are delicious.
  3. Most of the other donuts (cruller, frosteds, jelly, pudding kremes (boston, bavarian, etc)-- are all about 250 calories.

Munchkins all look like this:

i.e. they are identical in proportions to their adult counterparts. So know thyself: which is more psychologically satisfying, one donut or 5 munchkins?

Muffins are the Matrix's punishment for our arrogance, believing we can make birthday party cupcakes healthier simply by making them larger and renaming them.

On the positive side, as of October 15, 2007, all DD products were trans fat free.

What I'm about to show you is not suitable for pregnant women or patients recovering from surgery.

Here are the stats on the Triple Chocolate Chunk Cookie, as told by DD (orange and white) and an independent site called Calorie Count:

If you add up the fat, carbs, and protein, the DD stats equal 72g, and the Calorie Count stats add to 110g. The actual cookie I bought today weighs 140g. So is Dunkin Donuts telling me that the other half of the cookie is water and oxygen?

So I'm going to bake this cookie until it becomes a cracker. Check back tomorrow for the results of the cookie analysis.


The Last Psychiatrist

too bad the prices aren't also variable

Dunkin Donuts has a "DDSmart" menu, which means it's healthier. That should be obvious.


Except that there is nothing about the multigraining which makes it healthier. It has more calories and more fat (due to the oil they need to add to make it soft). They say "reduced fat cream cheese" only adds 100 cal and half the fat (8g) but that's if the cheese is spread by a bee.

  1. No worse than the bagels. More fat, less carbs. you decide.
  2. Anything labeled "cake" or "crumb" should be avoided like the clap. And if it claims to have a fruit in it, get tested for gonorrhea as well. The apple/blueberry crumb has 470 calories, none of which are delicious.
  3. Most of the other donuts (cruller, frosteds, jelly, pudding kremes (boston, bavarian, etc)-- are all about 250 calories.

Munchkins all look like this:

i.e. they are identical in proportions to their adult counterparts. So know thyself: which is more psychologically satisfying, one donut or 5 munchkins?

Muffins are the Matrix's punishment for our arrogance, believing we can make birthday party cupcakes healthier simply by making them larger and renaming them.

On the positive side, as of October 15, 2007, all DD products were trans fat free.

What I'm about to show you is not suitable for pregnant women or patients recovering from surgery.

Here are the stats on the Triple Chocolate Chunk Cookie, as told by DD (orange and white) and an independent site called Calorie Count:

If you add up the fat, carbs, and protein, the DD stats equal 72g, and the Calorie Count stats add to 110g. The actual cookie I bought today weighs 140g. So is Dunkin Donuts telling me that the other half of the cookie is water and oxygen?

So I'm going to bake this cookie until it becomes a cracker. Check back tomorrow for the results of the cookie analysis.


The Last Psychiatrist

too bad the prices aren't also variable

Dunkin Donuts has a "DDSmart" menu, which means it's healthier. That should be obvious.


Except that there is nothing about the multigraining which makes it healthier. It has more calories and more fat (due to the oil they need to add to make it soft). They say "reduced fat cream cheese" only adds 100 cal and half the fat (8g) but that's if the cheese is spread by a bee.

  1. No worse than the bagels. More fat, less carbs. you decide.
  2. Anything labeled "cake" or "crumb" should be avoided like the clap. And if it claims to have a fruit in it, get tested for gonorrhea as well. The apple/blueberry crumb has 470 calories, none of which are delicious.
  3. Most of the other donuts (cruller, frosteds, jelly, pudding kremes (boston, bavarian, etc)-- are all about 250 calories.

Munchkins all look like this:

i.e. they are identical in proportions to their adult counterparts. So know thyself: which is more psychologically satisfying, one donut or 5 munchkins?

Muffins are the Matrix's punishment for our arrogance, believing we can make birthday party cupcakes healthier simply by making them larger and renaming them.

On the positive side, as of October 15, 2007, all DD products were trans fat free.

What I'm about to show you is not suitable for pregnant women or patients recovering from surgery.

Here are the stats on the Triple Chocolate Chunk Cookie, as told by DD (orange and white) and an independent site called Calorie Count:

If you add up the fat, carbs, and protein, the DD stats equal 72g, and the Calorie Count stats add to 110g. The actual cookie I bought today weighs 140g. So is Dunkin Donuts telling me that the other half of the cookie is water and oxygen?

So I'm going to bake this cookie until it becomes a cracker. Check back tomorrow for the results of the cookie analysis.


The Last Psychiatrist

too bad the prices aren't also variable

Dunkin Donuts has a "DDSmart" menu, which means it's healthier. That should be obvious.


Except that there is nothing about the multigraining which makes it healthier. It has more calories and more fat (due to the oil they need to add to make it soft). They say "reduced fat cream cheese" only adds 100 cal and half the fat (8g) but that's if the cheese is spread by a bee.

  1. No worse than the bagels. More fat, less carbs. you decide.
  2. Anything labeled "cake" or "crumb" should be avoided like the clap. And if it claims to have a fruit in it, get tested for gonorrhea as well. The apple/blueberry crumb has 470 calories, none of which are delicious.
  3. Most of the other donuts (cruller, frosteds, jelly, pudding kremes (boston, bavarian, etc)-- are all about 250 calories.

Munchkins all look like this:

i.e. they are identical in proportions to their adult counterparts. So know thyself: which is more psychologically satisfying, one donut or 5 munchkins?

Muffins are the Matrix's punishment for our arrogance, believing we can make birthday party cupcakes healthier simply by making them larger and renaming them.

On the positive side, as of October 15, 2007, all DD products were trans fat free.

What I'm about to show you is not suitable for pregnant women or patients recovering from surgery.

Here are the stats on the Triple Chocolate Chunk Cookie, as told by DD (orange and white) and an independent site called Calorie Count:

If you add up the fat, carbs, and protein, the DD stats equal 72g, and the Calorie Count stats add to 110g. The actual cookie I bought today weighs 140g. So is Dunkin Donuts telling me that the other half of the cookie is water and oxygen?

So I'm going to bake this cookie until it becomes a cracker. Check back tomorrow for the results of the cookie analysis.


The Last Psychiatrist

too bad the prices aren't also variable

Dunkin Donuts has a "DDSmart" menu, which means it's healthier. That should be obvious.


Except that there is nothing about the multigraining which makes it healthier. It has more calories and more fat (due to the oil they need to add to make it soft). They say "reduced fat cream cheese" only adds 100 cal and half the fat (8g) but that's if the cheese is spread by a bee.

  1. No worse than the bagels. More fat, less carbs. you decide.
  2. Anything labeled "cake" or "crumb" should be avoided like the clap. And if it claims to have a fruit in it, get tested for gonorrhea as well. The apple/blueberry crumb has 470 calories, none of which are delicious.
  3. Most of the other donuts (cruller, frosteds, jelly, pudding kremes (boston, bavarian, etc)-- are all about 250 calories.

Munchkins all look like this:

i.e. they are identical in proportions to their adult counterparts. So know thyself: which is more psychologically satisfying, one donut or 5 munchkins?

Muffins are the Matrix's punishment for our arrogance, believing we can make birthday party cupcakes healthier simply by making them larger and renaming them.

On the positive side, as of October 15, 2007, all DD products were trans fat free.

What I'm about to show you is not suitable for pregnant women or patients recovering from surgery.

Here are the stats on the Triple Chocolate Chunk Cookie, as told by DD (orange and white) and an independent site called Calorie Count:

If you add up the fat, carbs, and protein, the DD stats equal 72g, and the Calorie Count stats add to 110g. The actual cookie I bought today weighs 140g. So is Dunkin Donuts telling me that the other half of the cookie is water and oxygen?

So I'm going to bake this cookie until it becomes a cracker. Check back tomorrow for the results of the cookie analysis.


Watch the video: Blind Donut Taste Test! - Krispy Kreme vs. Dunkin Donuts (June 2022).


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