Welcome to the unofficial Dunkin’ Nutrition Calculator! Build your dream Dunkin’ Donuts coffee below and get the specific nutrition facts for your drink.
This calculator is in no way affiliated with Dunkin’ and has been built based on the information made publicly available through dunkindonuts.com. All nutrition facts are to be considered estimates. See the FAQ below for more.
About the Dunkin’ Nutrition Calculator
Who created this calculator?
My name is Matt, and I’m the man behind the blog you’re on! I put this calculator together after experiencing just how unreliable the Dunkin’ website is, so I want to help others who may be looking for some healthy drink options but don’t have the resources.
Why don’t I see my favorite drink here?
I put this calculator together to help you order coffee and espresso-based drinks from Dunkin’ because those typically have the most customizations. And more customizations = more complex nutrition facts.
When ordering something like hot chocolate or iced tea, there aren’t a ton of customizations that require calculations, so you can easily find those nutrition facts on the Dunkin’ website.
How accurate is this calculator?
When it comes to nutrition calculators in general (not just this one) you have to look at them as close estimates. Since there are many factors that can ultimately change the nutrition facts, such as how generous the pour of milk was, the amount of ice used, etc, these numbers will never be 100% accurate.
That being said, all the nutrition facts you see here are based on the information that Dunkin’ has available through their website and app. If anything is to change at Dunkin’, this calculator will be updated to reflect those changes.
What are the different size options at Dunkin?
I put together this handy little graphic to help you out:
I need some Dunkin’ order inspiration!
Fear not! I’ve put together a full guide to ordering healthy drinks at Dunkin’ that you can read here.
Are there other customization options beyond what is here?
There may be some customization options beyond what you see here, although I did my best to include as many options as possible. As menus are constantly evolving, there may be certain options you do not see above, but I’ll do my best to keep this up to date.
I need to know how much sugar is in a drink.
I chose to keep things very basic by including calories, fat, total carbs, and protein. Since most of the carbs you’ll see here are from sugar, it’s safe to assume that carbs = sugar. For some milk options like oat milk and almond milk, there will be a few grams of carbs that aren’t sugar. But for everything else, such as flavor swirls, whipped cream, or cold foam, all of the carbs you see listed are from sugar.