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5 Foods You'll Never See at Dunkin' Again

Anyone else remember the croissant donut?

The menu at Dunkin' has changed a lot in recent years. No longer Dunkin' Donuts, the chain now focuses on specialty coffee drinks and offers plenty of breakfast sandwiches, including plant-based ones made with Beyond Meat. But for all of the menu expansions, Dunkin' has also cut some items from its U.S. menu over the years.

Here are some of the discontinued Dunkin' foods that probably won't be making a return anytime soon. And for more nostalgia, don't miss these 15 Classic American Desserts That Deserve a Comeback.

Croissant Donut

Dunkin' donuts cronut
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At one point, Dunkin' had its own take on the cronut, created at Dominique Ansel Bakery in New York City. The croissant donut looked like a donut but had flaky croissant layers inside. Fortunately, you can still get both croissants and donuts at Dunkin'—they're just two separate items.

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Egg White Veggie Wake Up Wrap

dunkin egg white wrap up sandwich
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Dunkin' still has wraps made with eggs and meat (or Beyond Sausage, if that's your thing). But the wrap made with egg whites and chopped vegetables is, sadly, no longer on the menu.

Grilled Cheese

grilled cheese

Believe it or not, Dunkin' once served grilled cheese sandwiches. But they're not on the current menu, and we don't think you're missing out on much.

Tuna Salad Sandwich

tuna salad in bowl with garnish

Tuna on a croissant from Dunkin' is the train station staple we miss every time we travel. It wasn't the best meal, but it was always there. Until it got taken off the menu, that is.

Chicken Salad Sandwich

bowl of homemade chicken salad
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Along with the tuna salad, the chicken salad is also long gone from the Dunkin' menu. Dunkin's new offerings are great, but it was hard to beat the chicken salad on a bagel.

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Meghan De Maria
Meghan De Maria is a senior editor at Eat This, Not That!, specializing in food, product, and restaurant coverage. Read more about Meghan