Last night Miranda Sings dropped a new video on her YouTube channel. She teamed up with Dunkin Donuts to promote their new Donut Fries. (Be warned, it’s Miranda Sings singing to the tune of Rebecca Black’s “Friday” and you’ll likely contract a viral earworm if you watch the commercial too many times. You’re welcome! 😉 ) As soon as I saw the commercial, I knew what I had to do.
I had to get them immediately.
Thankfully Chad was able to go grab them for my breakfast this morning. And I dug right in.
I just wonder how long these were field tested before being rolled out. I feel like maybe the launch was a bit rushed.
I guess it was my fault. I just assumed that donut fries would be donuts in the shape of (in this case, steak cut) fries.
This was not accurate at all.
For starters, the outside of the donut fry wasn’t coated all the way around in sugar like a regular donut should be. Instead it kind of looked like someone had taken a fried donut-esque thing-more on that in a minute-and very casually, with zero concept of accurate aim, threw some sugar on very haphazardly.
When I bit into the end of the donut, I was in for a shock. It was not a regular donut taste or texture.
Guys, it was definitely potato-y.
And definitely not as sweet as a donut.
I think they took the name “Donut Fries” WAY too literal.
It felt like Dunkin Donuts was like that parent that tries to get their kid to eat vegetables and decides to add sugar where sugar shouldn’t be, rendering the already objectionable food completely inedible.
Also the “crispy” outer layer felt less like a donut and more like a flaky wonton wrapper.
The entire experience was so strange so I’ve decided to give this Dunkin Donuts product a hard pass…..much like a kidney stone.