We sort of wish the new Dunkin’ Brownie Batter Creamer consisted solely of authentic brownie batter bottled inside an orange-hued container. Yet the realities of mass production presumably made that option utterly infeasible. With that in mind, the ingredient list for this new choco-riffic coffee enhancer is essentially what’d you expect from such a product.
Since it’s a coffee creamer, two of the four main ingredients are skim milk and cream (surprise!). There’s also a bold disclaimer at the bottom of the ingredient list alerting consumers to the fact that it contains milk — an amusing note given it’s quite clearly not a non-dairy creamer. Beyond the two liquid dairy components, the new Dunkin’ Brownie Batter Creamer includes cane sugar and water as well as a minute amount of cocoa — less than 2% of the entire item, in fact — and several preservatives, emulsifiers, and natural and artificial flavor.
In addition, the new Dunkin’ Brownie Batter Creamer doesn’t appear to be made with identical ingredients to those used when making the donut filling from which this product blossomed. We’ll elaborate further momentarily (patience, dear reader), but suffice it to say the stark difference in taste between the creamer and donut was impossible to ignore.