How Dunkin Donuts Makes Donuts + Free Dunkin Donuts Gift Card

  • Published on Nov 20, 2013
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    Dunkin' Donuts is an American global doughnut company and coffeehouse chain based in Canton, Massachusetts.
    The chain has grown to include over 1,000 items on their menu, including doughnuts, bagels, other baked goods, and a wide variety of hot and iced beverages.
    Some of the products that Dunkin Donuts offers
    Hot beverages
    Bulk coffee
    Hot chocolate
    Hot coffee
    Hot tea
    Vanilla Chai

    Iced beverages
    Iced coffee
    Iced latte
    Iced teas
    Frozen beverages
    Frozen coffees
    Bakery goods
    Hash browns
    Oven-toasted sandwiches
    Big N' Toasted
    Glazed Donut Breakfast Sandwich.
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Comments • 48

  • Triborn
    Triborn Month ago +2

    Soon the robots will do the whistling when they take over the work.

  • Ellaijiah123
    Ellaijiah123 3 months ago +1

    Dont fight krispy kreme and dunkin donut i love them both

  • camilo pareja alvarez
    camilo pareja alvarez 4 months ago

    I want donkey donuts

  • Romeo Romeo
    Romeo Romeo 5 months ago


  • Laurel Cook
    Laurel Cook 5 months ago +1

    Boston creme is the best flavor, fight me. >:(

    • Callieb123
      Callieb123 23 days ago

      I don't really like Boston cream but I respect your opinion

  • Laurel Cook
    Laurel Cook 5 months ago +2

    Many people at my school work at Dunkin and they give out hundreds of donuts but only to their closest friends. I got caught trying to be a fake hoe for free donuts, I’m not gonna lie. Dx

  • JosephBolognaTheThird
    JosephBolognaTheThird 7 months ago +3

    I’ve eaten 14 Boston cream donuts in one sitting a couple years ago. I could never work as a baker. How they don’t eat everything is beyond me.

    • Callieb123
      Callieb123 23 days ago

      same, I can't work as a baker. I will eat all of the batter.

    • Laurel Cook
      Laurel Cook 5 months ago

      JosephBolognaTheThird they get free donuts after (whatever they don’t sell because they are required to discard them because if they give them out for free and someone gets food poisoning, they can get sued, so they let workers take them.)

  • Love Unicorn Vlogs
    Love Unicorn Vlogs 8 months ago

    the oil black i know that is used one week

  • petrol devo
    petrol devo 11 months ago +13

    I used to make those donuts. I used to go home smelling like donut batter....

    • C Stone
      C Stone Month ago

      Deborah Lancaster how come

    • Deborah Lancaster
      Deborah Lancaster Month ago

      @Jesse Anderson yeah, well enjoy it while it lasts and don't rely on the baking job. Yours might bake for now but corporate is quickly phasing it out. There are probably three stores in the whole state of Georgia that still bake and within the next year they'll have to stop

    • Jesse Anderson
      Jesse Anderson Month ago

      @Deborah Lancaster That's false. I just started working at the place where all of the surrounding DD gets their donuts. We make them fresh every day for them to arrive to DD the next morning.

    • Mr. Rabbit
      Mr. Rabbit Month ago

      Do you know the frying temperature of the oil or what this "special flour" was made from or at least similar to? :c

    • Deborah Lancaster
      Deborah Lancaster 2 months ago +1

      Dunkin no longer bakes its own donuts. They just order them pre frozen and frosted now

  • Nicole Smith
    Nicole Smith 11 months ago

    I love Dunkin but why is their dough yellow instead of white like Krispy Kreme?

    • Seulgi's ex fling
      Seulgi's ex fling 8 days ago

      If its yellow they might be using many butter+eggs. While white they might be using shortening only (oil veg)

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    This video is not true Dunkin Donuts does not make their own Donuts they are made in a factory & delivered once a day that is why if you do not get your Donuts in the morning you will get stale Donuts throughout the rest of the day you're better off going to a local donut shop

    • Dunkin' Girl
      Dunkin' Girl 10 months ago +1

      That statement is also not true lol

  • Carlos Torre
    Carlos Torre Year ago

    That oil looks so bad

  • abigail arteche
    abigail arteche Year ago +1


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  • timecrisis 321
    timecrisis 321 Year ago +7

    Homer Simpson’s paradise.

    • petrol devo
      petrol devo 11 months ago

      Unless it's the scene of the disappearing donuts episode... that was the funniest episode when Bart can stop time...

  • Retired Early 53
    Retired Early 53 Year ago +4

    These are videos from the 1990's !!!!!!!!! Today , they are mass produced by machines , then sent Frozen to the stores in boxes to be stored for months ! The employees at the store just defrosts them, and sell it to the public , as though it was made fresh! Many years ago , they were made at the store onsite ! They use to pay BAKERS , to make the doughnuts ! Guess what, they did not like paying a BAKER"S wage ! So, today , you get a MEDIOCRE size and quality doughnut for a high price !!! This only is done in AMERICAN DUNKIN Donut shops ! The rest of the world , still has it done the old way ! Horray ! for the AMERICAN BUSINESSMAN , he knows how to destroy quality and also good paying jobs , all at the same time !!!!

    • Jesse Anderson
      Jesse Anderson Month ago

      @Jiji Alford Just started working yesterday doing the frosting and I agree, well at least everywhere near me gets freshly made donuts.

    • Mr. Rabbit
      Mr. Rabbit Month ago

      @Jiji Alford Do you know the frying temperature of the oil or what this "special flour" was made from or at least similar to? :c

    • Jiji Alford
      Jiji Alford Year ago +3

      Retired Early 53 I currently work at Dunkins and no, not all of America gets them frozen. We have a bakery that makes them, then they get loaded onto a truck every morning to get sent to the store.

  • scottydu81
    scottydu81 Year ago

    Dunkin Donuts>>>>>Krispy fart faced Kremeshits. By a margin wider than amy schumer’s thighs. Fucking KK’s bullshit-ass soggy, squishy, saccharine pretend donuts taste like shit.

  • graycloud057
    graycloud057 Year ago +5

    Food porn.

  • Insert Name Here
    Insert Name Here Year ago +9

    Come on people its war Krispy creme vs dunkin donuts

  • Hugh Jinvaney
    Hugh Jinvaney 2 years ago

    From designated shitting streets to making donuts.

  • emak erot
    emak erot 2 years ago

    minyaknya item

  • Lucy Jacob
    Lucy Jacob 2 years ago +2

    Use Somebody

  • NC Vman
    NC Vman 2 years ago +14

    They don't make them in house. They are trucked in now.

    • David Imhoff
      David Imhoff 2 months ago

      NC Vman there is a store close to me that still makes donuts for the area.

    • Patricio Echevarrieta
      Patricio Echevarrieta Year ago

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    • David Valdez
      David Valdez Year ago +1

      Some locations even still make them at the actually store locations.

    • Dalas B
      Dalas B 2 years ago +10

      I'm a Baker for Dunkin, we still make donuts in house. The dough is mixed and cut by us then proofed, fried, and finished for 6 local stores. The Donuts are always fresh. Not everywhere has them shipped in from a mass production facility. Thats typically in busier locationa it also depends on what the individual owners want to be sold at their stores.

  • Zen Peace
    Zen Peace 2 years ago +5


  • Tenifus
    Tenifus 3 years ago +8

    I didn't know they made the dough in house

    • Legend Cox
      Legend Cox 2 years ago +2

      The ones around here get them shipped in, and they are dry, and stale, always running out.

    • Tenifus
      Tenifus 3 years ago +2

      Sad. I appreciate a good homemade baked good from scratch. That's why I find it hard to enjoy something from a chain restaurant.

    • Rebecca Steinberg
      Rebecca Steinberg 3 years ago +2

      Most of the stores do not, very few still do. Most of them get the finished product frozen in boxes, to filled/iced in house