Dunkin’ Has Officially Revealed Its Spring 2022 Menu

Dunkin's spring menu never disappoints.

There are a few great things about spring. The first being that winter is officially over! I know the season isn’t the same everywhere around the country, but here in the Midwest, we’ve been getting a lot of snow. What’s the second-best thing about spring, though? It’s Dunkin’s new menu, of course!

Not long ago, we talked about Dunkin’s Valentine’s Day drinks announcement. Lucky for us, the fun didn’t stop in February. We’ve got more drinks coming—and they’re both our favorite flavor.

Have you checked out Dunkin’s secret menu yet?

What’s on the Dunkin’ Spring Menu?

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First up, Dunkin’ is debuting a Salted Caramel Cold Brew topped with the Salted Caramel Cold Foam that made waves last spring. The slow-steeped, super-smooth cold brew mixed with the sweetness and saltiness of salted caramel is the perfect way to usher in spring.

You can also grab a Salted Caramel Signature Latte that blends dark espresso with rich milk and salted caramel flavor, all topped off with whipped cream, caramel sugar and just a little bit of cinnamon. That’s a combination that’ll definitely get me going in the morning!

But Wait, There’s Food, Too!

If you’re anything like me, you’re a total sucker for Dunkin’s food items. I could eat a Wake-Up Wrap every day! Here are some snacks we’re seeing on the Dunkin’ spring menu this year:

  • Roasted Tomato & Hummus Toast: oven-roasted tomatoes and savory hummus topped with tangy za’atar seasoning
  • Roasted Tomato & Avocado Toast: oven-roasted tomatoes and cool creamy avocado with Everything Bagel seasoning
  • Chocolate Croissant: an all-butter croissant with three chocolate batons

This seasonal menu is available at Dunkin’ right now. But the spring items won’t be around forever, so make sure you get ’em while they’re hot!

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