Road Trip Survival Series: Dunkin Donuts

As we gear up for a mini road trip this weekend, I thought it would be a good idea to share some road trip survival ideas. Let's face it, if you are a vegan who has caught the travel bug, you are bound to run into some challenging situations from time to time.

The good news is that it's getting easier and easier to find good vegan options throughout the world. As much as I love a good mom-and-pop shop, big chains that offer vegan options have been a lifesaver to me in many situations. You don't just have to be on the road to appreciate these chains. Some of you may live in areas where the only places that offer vegan options are the big chains.

Dunkin Donuts has now added Almond Breeze Almond Milk to their stores. As one of the largest coffeehouse chains, this is a major win for vegans. Almond Milk is available at most Dunkin Donuts locations. To check if a certain location has it, use the store locator and look for the AM icon. Dunkin Donuts also offers other vegan menu options, such as tea, hash browns, and bagels.

Dunkin Donuts
Dunkin Donuts

Vegan Dunkin Donuts Coffee with Almond Milk
Dunkin Donuts Coffee with Almond Milk

To write this post, I thought I would give the coffee a try. I got a regular coffee with Almond Milk and thought it was good for a coffee. I'm not really a coffee drinker (more for the rest of you coffee addicts) so saying it was good is the highest compliment I can give a coffee. I have heard from others that this coffee is very good. Dunkin Donuts also offers iced coffee and lattes with Almond Milk.

What a luxury it is to have a place where you can get your morning coffee and maybe even a quick breakfast or snack without having to bring your own plantmilk. Plus, Dunkin Donuts seems reasonably priced. I picked up this coffee for about $1.50 and I noticed that lattes were somewhere around $2.50. Add Dunkin Donuts to your list of vegan-friendly places.

1 comment:

  1. Always good to know the vegan options at places like this when you're on the road. Thanks for this post! :)