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How many calories in a plain donut from dunkin' donuts?


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2011-03-30 23:41:32
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The Old fashion Cake donut has 320 calories. The Plain Cake Stick from Dunkin Donuts has 300 calories.

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270 for plain, 300 for brown sugar, per Dunkin Donuts Nutrition Catalogue.

A plain donut, depending on where it is from and the size of it, can have between 160 and 300 calories in it.

The amounts will change greatly based on the kind of donut. (Chocolate, glazed, sprinkles, icing, filling, cream, ect. all add on extra calories than just a plain donut.) Still, the average donut has about 250 calories or so in it. 4 of those donuts would be about 1000 caloires, give or take.

Plain coffee will have about 25 calories in it, but if you add cream or sugar or flavoring, the coffee could go up to almost 200 calories.

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Depends on the donut. Plain donuts are gonna have less sugar than a sugar glazed donut! A typical glazed donut has about 13 tsp. of sugar.

Customers Purchase Them and That Is 101 In Business. My family was in the donut business for years, and their top seller was the old-fashioned plain donut. It actually tasted a bit sweet (vanillerish) and was lovingly made by hand, unlike today's commercially processed donuts.

The donut holes are made automatically when the circle is cut from the rolled dough: there is a large outer circle and a small inner circle on the cutter. The holes are either rolled back out or deep fried separately in a basket, as they cannot be "turned" to cook on both sides. Jelly donuts and other "filled" donuts are cut with a plain, large circle cutter, providing the inflated full round shapes. The reason for holes in donuts is that it keeps them thinner when they fry, and the donut is more evenly cooked throughout.

You can call them whatever you’d like, as all three names are acceptable. However, if you’re trying to order them from a bakery, you might have better luck with one of these names, depending on where you’re at.First, a brief description of the treat so that we all know what we’re talking about: They’re small, fried balls of dough, identical in taste to a donut. They might be sprinkled with sugar, cinnamon, sprinkles, or frosting, but they’re also available glazed or plain. The generic name for this baked good is “donut hole" (or “doughnut hole,” if you prefer), and the reason is fairly obvious: In the old days, bakers would literally cut the hole out of the center of circular donuts. Otherwise, the center of the donut would be undercooked. At some point, someone decided to start frying those little balls of dough, although we’re not sure who came up with the brilliant idea (we know that a woman named Elizabeth Gregory invented the modern donut and that her son takes credit for punching out the middle, but the actual inventor of the edible donut hole is lost to history).With that said, major bakery chains use different names to describe them, and that’s where the different terminology comes into play. Canada’s Tim Horton’s donut shops call them Timbits, a play on their name—they’re “bits" compared to Tim Horton’s normal-sized donuts, we suppose.Dunkin' Donuts, a bakery chain that’s incredibly popular on the East Coast, refers to them as “Munchkins” because they’re a smaller version of a donut (hence, they’re munchkin-sized donuts, or donuts for munchkin-sized people). Dunkin' Donuts holds a trademark on the name, so you won’t find your local bakery selling donut holes under that moniker. If you’re from the East Coast or any part of the world where Dunkin' is the go-to donut shop, you probably know them as Munchkins. Oh, and while we’re on the subject, Dunkin' Donuts USA, Inc. lists “doughnut holes" as the description of the treat in their trademark filing, so that might be the best evidence the donut-hole crew has on their side. So, when you’re ordering your breakfast, use whatever name you think is appropriate. If you’re going for the most generic name possible, “donut holes" is certainly the most descriptive choice.

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If they contain or are coated with chocolate your dog could be badly affected: chocolate is poisonous to dogs. If they are sweet donuts they could contribute to your dog getting ecxema, especially in a warm climate. Otherwise, a plain donut or two on occasion won't hurt. If you regularly feed donuts to your dog it could become overweight, which is a bad thing for dogs.

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