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Dunkin’ heralds spring with Peeps doughnuts, drinks

Mary Pickels
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Dunkin’ is adding the sweet flavor of Peeps to its donuts and flavored coffee drinks for a limited time.
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Add a little marshmallow flavor to your Dunkin’ donuts and coffee with Peeps.

With spring in the air and Easter hopping along in a few weeks, Dunkin’ is celebrating the season by flavoring some of its drinks and decorating doughnuts with that popular Easter marshmallow treat, Peeps.

Peeps Marshmallow-flavored coffee and espresso drinks, and a mini-Peeps donut topped with a neon-colored chick, are available now for a limited time at Dunkin’ outlets, according to dunkindonuts.com

Also in April, Dunkin’ is introducing several new menu items, including a Chocolate Cherry Cold Brew, a Sweet Sriracha Bacon Breakfast Sandwich, iced tea lemonade and frozen lemonade.

Medium-size Dunkin’ Cold Brews will be sold for $2 from 2-6 p.m. during the month.

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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