Starbuck’s Reduced Fat Egg White and Turkey Bacon Breakfast Sandwich  » Food  »
3.0
1 votes
Are you familiar with this?
Feel free to rate it!
  • First, I found the sandwich to only be lukewarm, which right out of the gate, I don't suggest
  • Secondly, for a supposedly healthier alternative, the eggs seemed greasy, the cheese was tasteless (and, in my opinion, therefore adding unnecessary calories) and there's so little equally tasteless turkey bacon that it seems to be a joke
  • Though I know that Starbuck's will always mostly be known for their coffee, in newspapers, etc. I read and hear a lot about how Starbuck's is always working on launching new healthy choice food offerings in their stores, so hopefully they will begin to carry a wider choice of healthy but tasty foods

    • by gemma10
      TRUSTWORTHY

      all reviews
      Now as an admitted Starbuck’s fan for 10+ years and also a near-constant dieter, I’m always on the lookout for new low-fat food offerings carried at any Starbucks. Most recently, I tried Starbuck’s Reduced Fat Egg White and Turkey Bacon Breakfast Sandwich. This breakfast option is basically a toasted wheat english muffin with egg white, turkey bacon and melted low-fat cheese - served warm; overall, I did not like it. First, I found the sandwich to only be lukewarm, which right

      out of the gate, I don’t suggest! Take the time to ask the cashier to thoroughly heat this sandwich for you. Secondly, for a supposedly healthier alternative, the eggs seemed greasy, the cheese was tasteless (and, in my opinion, therefore adding unnecessary calories) and there’s so little equally tasteless turkey bacon that it seems to be a joke! When I looked up the nutritional facts of this breakfast sandwich online, I found that in terms of calories (340 calories), total fat ...

      • (10 grams, or 15% of your daily value) and protein (22 grams, or 44% of your daily value), it’s a fine breakfast option if you can adapt to the taste and just want a much healthier breakfast sandwich on the go than you would otherwise get in any fast food place or with a full-fat version.

        I try to make healthier food choices, but ones in which the taste is pretty good, so for me personally this is probably not a breakfast sandwich I’ll

        order again as I found the taste to be bland, seemingly greasy and not worth the calories overall. Though I know that Starbuck’s will always mostly be known for their coffee, in newspapers, etc. I read and hear a lot about how Starbuck’s is always working on launching new healthy choice food offerings in their stores, so hopefully they will begin to carry a wider choice of healthy but tasty foods. Until then….I wait. : )

        Thank you for the opportunity to share my opinion.




    • Don't Be Nice. Be Helpful.

    The review was published as it's written by reviewer in February, 2010. The reviewer certified that no compensation was received from the reviewed item producer, trademark owner or any other institution, related with the item reviewed. The site is not responsible for the mistakes made. 2724021003580628/k2311a0224/2.24.10
    Your use of this website constitutes acceptance of the Terms & Conditions
    Privacy Policy