CANTON, MASS. — Dunkin’ Brands has launched Donut Fries, a new food mashup featuring individual pieces of buttery, croissant-style donut dough tossed in cinnamon sugar and served warm.

“We were brainstorming in one of our culinary innovation sessions,” said Rick Golden, manager of Donut Excellence who created Donut Fries. “We tested different kinds of dough, adding cinnamon and sugar for the right amount of crisp. The end result is delicious. They are sharable. They are fun. And they bring together two of America’s favorites. What’s not to love?”

Dunkin’ Brands said it tested the Donut Fries earlier this year in the Boston and Providence, Mass., markets, an initiative that proved successful enough to roll the product out nationwide.

Dunkin’ Donut Fries are available in a pack of 5 for $2.