Dunkin’ teases special ‘Munchkin’ treat and fans are saying they’re ‘so ready’ for it and will ‘buy out’ the entire line

DUNKIN’ Donuts fans are in luck because the brand is introducing a special new Munchkin treat as part of a new partnership with Ice Spice.

Every year, Dunkin’ updates its menu with a fall offering of drinks, donuts and more.

Dunkin' announced the upcoming release of its Pumpkin Munchkin and inspired drink


Dunkin’ announced the upcoming release of its Pumpkin Munchkin and inspired drinkPhoto credit: Instagram/dunkin

This year, the pumpkin spice rush is getting a new look thanks to Dunkin’s partnership with rapper Ice Spice.

The announcement came this weekend on X (formerly known as Twitter) when Ice Spice tweeted, “America is running on MUNCHKINS.”

Beneath her tweet was a picture of the iconic pumpkin munchkin with a diamond princess necklace draped around his sweet, sugary exterior.

Over the popular mini donut, Ice Spice announced that the new treat would officially hit stores on September 13th.

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Dunkin also made its announcement on its own social media.

Alongside the same photo, Dunkin’ wrote, “Put the ice cream in pumpkin spice.”

However, the collaboration between Dunkin’ and Ice Spice also means guests have the opportunity to try a drink they’ve never had before.

The Ice Spice Munchkins Drink will be available for a limited time from September 13th to October 31st.

Each frozen coffee drink consists of five layers mixed in a blend, with Dunkin’ frozen coffee base mixed with Munchkins donuts.

There is also some caramel and whipped cream.

Ice Spice is a rapper from the Bronx, New York City, known for her rise to fame on TikTok.

Today, she’s collaborated with artists like Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift, and Dunkin’s new fall drink will be her first major partnership with a fast food brand.

Dunkin’ fans are already gearing up for the highly anticipated release of the Pumpkin Munchkin.

Upon hearing the news, one fan wrote, “I’m going to buy out the entire Munchkin section.”

Another happy customer said, “Whoever came up with this idea deserves a raise.”

Also on the menu for this year’s Dunkin’ Fall lineup are the brand’s signature Pumpkin Spice Latte, Nutty Pumpkin Coffee, Pumpkin Swirl and of course the traditional Pumpkin Donut.


Dunkin’ has been in the news for less than happy reasons in recent months.

After the White Hot Chocolate drink was removed from stores nationwide, fans took to social media to complain about the popular drink’s disappearance.

One frustrated fan wrote on X: “Dunkin’ Donuts can you please bring back the white hot chocolate!!!!!!”

Another shopper echoed this sentiment:

“I would do anything to get the white hot chocolate from Dunkin’ Donuts that they discontinued,” they wrote.


Several other fast food chains are using the fall months as an opportunity to redesign their menus.

White Castle, for example, is celebrating the fifth anniversary of its Impossible Sliders with a $1 slider deal.

To complete the deal, you must be a member of White Castle’s loyalty program, Craver Nation.

“White Castle is passionate about innovating and making groundbreaking first steps in this industry, and with the Impossible Slider we have delivered on that commitment,” said Lynn Blashford, chief marketing officer at White Castle, in a statement.

Dairy Queen is also ringing in the fall season as the ice cream shop is bringing back its popular Pumpkin Pie Blizzard.

“As sweet as pie, the iconic Blizzard Treat combines real pumpkin pie slices with world-famous DQ vanilla soft serve, topped with whipped cream and a sprinkle of nutmeg,” is how the company describes the product.

Meanwhile, KFC has launched its spicy wings to celebrate the start of the NFL season, and an eight-pack is available for just $4.99.

“We’re starting this football season HOT (and spicy) with a truly unmatched offering,” KFC Chief Marketing Officer Nick Chavez said in a statement.

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Starbucks has also been in the headlines for its new fall lineup, but many fans are missing the store’s fall Frappucinos this year.

Meanwhile, Krispy Kreme has launched its own specialty product, Pumpkin Spice.

Aila Slisco

Aila Slisco is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: ailaslisco@dailynationtoday.com.

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