If you’re looking for information on the cream cheese that Dunkin Donuts, Starbucks, and Panera Bread offer, you’ve come to the right place.
In this blog post, we’ll answer all of your questions and give you some insights on what makes these brands’ cream cheese so special.
Let’s dive in!
What kind of cream cheese does Dunkin Donuts offer?
Dunkin Donuts offers classic plain and reduced-fat smoked salmon, artichoke spinach, strawberry, garden veggie, cinnamon, chocolate, maple, blueberry, and chive & onion cream cheese flavors.
Some of these flavors are seasonal, so they may not be available at all times.
The cream cheeses used are made with pasteurized milk and cream – which is also stated in its ingredient list – so it is safe for pregnant women. The regular or classic plain cream cheese spread is made with milk, cream, lactose, salt, cheese culture, stabilizers, preservatives, citric acid.
These ingredients are common to most other regular cream cheese brands, like Philadelphia. See Details.
Make sure that you keep the cream cheese refrigerated after use, it can go bad as fast as just 2 hours at room temperature.
Vegan Cream Cheese
Since cream cheese is not vegan you can order bagels (Cinnamon Raisin, plain, and Sesame) which are vegan, without the cream cheese. Dunkin Donuts does offer a vegan menu option that uses non-dairy ingredients such as almond, coconut, and oatmilk as a substitute for milk.
Can you buy cream cheese from Dunkin Donuts?
No, they don’t offer the purchase of individual packets of cream cheese. But, you can buy a variety of cream cheese flavors in their cafes.
The price usually ranges from about $1 to $3 per donut, depending on the flavor and size.
Does Dunkin Donuts have bagels with cream cheese?
Yes, they do! You can order a variety of bagels & muffins from their menu, such as the classic, light, egg & cheese, multigrain, sesame, and “everything” bagels.
It may not be available at all times or only in certain countries, but Dunkin Donuts often has a cream cheese flavor to go with their bagels.