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Old 11-24-2007, 05:34 PM   #1
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I rarely ever drink coffee, but I've recently discovered that I do like the Seasonaly flavored coffees from Dunkin Donuts - mainly the Pumpkin and Gingerbread coffees, but I have a question about the calorie content of these.

On the website the only have the pumpkin coffee listed (Gingerbread they only show the latte) and the its listed a 160 cals/cup, which is a lot more than the others that are about 40 cals/cup. I noticed that they list cream on the ingredients in the pumpkin coffee, which they don't in most of the other types, and I think that may be what makes it so much higher, but I am not sure. Anyone know for certain? If I don't get it with the cream would the calorie content be of the norm 40 or so?
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Old 11-24-2007, 06:15 PM   #2
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I haven't tried Dunkin Donuts coffee , but I did get a bottle of International Delight coffee creamer in Pumpkin Spice, delish!! and 45 calories per tablespoon in my own home brewed coffee. Giet in the milk case at the grocery store.
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I don't know about dunkin donuts but I know that starbucks has a sugar-free ginger bread syrup that you can get added in. According to their nutrition information it has zero calories and fat (which means it's probable under or around 5 calories per pump) that you could try. I find sugar free is always a good way to go and reduce the calories.
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