Yoga. I'm not sure if it is actually effective in helping me trim down or be more toned but I think I tend to eat more after my practice. Lately, I've been having two breakfasts and eating merienda as well and I used not to snack in the afternoon on weekdays. What. Is. Happening? But because of this, I found myself inside Dunkin' Donuts ordering breakfast #2 one sunny Monday morning.
Hello, Dunkin' Donuts!
Yes, I love Dunkin' Donuts. I love the ones in Korea best as the texture is very different (chewy, just how I love it!) but I still love the ones here in Manila.
My mom has been bringing home some Dunkin' Donuts sandwiches (croissant BLTs) and last Monday, it was my first time to visit the branch near my work (which happens to be near the factory of Dunkin' Donuts as well).
Since I was in my it's-a-Monday-meaning-the-week-just-started-and-so-I-do-not-want-to-spend mode, I decided to go with the bunwich as it only costs PHP50 each. (And no, I wasn't really in the mood to eat doughnuts that time.)
Presenting...my bacon, coleslaw and tomato bunwich.
Okay, perhaps it isn't really that photogenic. But it sure was tasty. The soft slightly salty bacon, crunch of the tomato slice (I hope that they'll add even just another one) and the tanginess of the coleslaw went well all together. Plus it wasn't overly filling which is perfect to avoid that intense desire for zzzzz.
Bunwich and the other savory snacks are available in Dunkin' Donuts shops. I'm not sure if it's available though in stand alone kiosks.
Bunwich with coffee image from www.dunkindonutsphilippines.ph.