Snoop Dogg Made a Sandwich for Dunkin' The new plant-based sandwich will be named the “Beyond D-O-Double G Sandwich.” The breakfast sandwich will feature a Beyond sausage patty, egg and cheese, served on a glazed donut. The sandwich is a promotional item and will be available for a week beginning Monday. Beyond Meat products were added to Dunkin’ menus in November. The rapper is also set to partner with Dunkin’ for a pop-up store later this month.

Snoop Dogg creates D-O-Double G sandwich for Dunkin’

We all know Snoop Dogg can cook. After all, the rapper-turned-culinary star has his own show with Martha Stewart.

Now, you can have one of his creations. Through Sunday, Dunkin’ will be selling the Beyond D-O-Double G sandwich, which Snoop Dogg — whose real name is Calvin Broadus — came up with.

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Dunkin calls it “the perfect combo of @snoopdogg’s favorite things.” There’s no mention if it pairs well with gin and juice, however.

The “Beyond” in the sandwich’s name is because the sausage patty is made with plant-based Beyond Meat.

In addition to sausage, you’ll get an egg and American cheese sandwiched in a sliced glazed doughnut. 

Snoop Dogg isn’t new to cooking. He and Stewart launched “Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party” on VH1 in 2017. This season, the Emmy-nominated show  has the two hosts going head to head in the kitchen. “Joined by celebrity teammates and judges, the hosts battle it out for the Potluck Party Platter prize in themed culinary challenges, including a 4/20 munchies chowdown, a Father's Day feast and a Friendsgiving face-off,” the show’s website states.

The Beyond D-O-Double G sandwich is available nationwide while supplies last.

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