Dunkin’ Donuts Munchkins are my weakness, and they’re not as fat and carb loaded as the chain’s world famous doughnuts.
Introduced in 1972, Munchkins are donut hole treats that remind us of the joys of childhood. Think birthday parties and kid gatherings.
They’re also a great way to get a little taste of something sweet without eating an entire donut.
Dunkin’ describes the treat as “Shareable and Snackable Perfection,” and it’s also free of artificial dyes, which is nice because artificial dyes provide no real value.
These bite-sized balls of sugar don’t contain too many calories or grams of fat, but some varieties are healthier than others. You can see the complete nutrition information below, so you can determine which one is right for you.
One Munchkin contain between 60 and 90 calories, on average. And they’re available in varieties such as the ones below:
- Glazed Blueberry
- Glazed Chocolate
- Glazed Old Fashioned
- Old Fashioned
Calories in Dunkin’ Donuts Munchkins
The original Munchkin, which is the Powdered Munchkin, has 60 calories, of which 50 percent are from fat, 40 percent from carbs, and 4 percent from protein sources.
See the table below to get more detailed information on all varieties. (Serving Size: 1 Munchkin)
|Munchkins||Calories||Calories From Fat||Total Fat||Saturated Fat||Trans Fat||Cholesterol||Sodium||Total Carbohydrate||Fiber||Sugars||Protein|
|Glazed Old Fashioned||70||30||3.5g||1.5g||0g||5mg||50mg||9g||0g||4g||1g|
Nutritional Information via: Dunkin’ Donuts.