Kellogg’s Eggo Breakfast Sausage, Egg and Cheese Sandwiches
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  • Waffle-shaped bread is pretty much unique to this particular product line from Kellogg's, I believe
  • If you have the time in the morning, making a real waffle sandwich would surely be preferable, but obviously not as convenient as having an already made sandwich just waiting to be heated up
  • Convenience though is irrelevant if the product isn't worth the cost, and unfortunately, the quality of this breakfast sandwich is below average


    • by CirclingCanvas

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      There are a lot of different kinds of breakfast sandwiches to choose from down the frozen breakfast aisle. Kellogg’s Eggo Breakfast Sausage, Egg and Cheese Sandwiches really do stand out though, not so much in taste or quality, but in appearance. Waffle-shaped bread is pretty much unique to this particular product line from Kellogg’s, I believe! The sandwich pictured on the box looks positively scrumptious, so the marketing department certainly hit a home run when designing the packaging. Now if only the sandwich itself tasted as good as it looked, that would have been fantastic. Four breakfast sandwiches come in a box for four dollars

      and ninety-eight cents.

      What is sure to disappoint some is even though the packaging has the word “Eggo” on it and despite the Eggo-like appearance of the two halves that hold the sandwich together, this breakfast sandwich isn’t going to remind a person of Eggo waffles. What you essentially have is bread that looks like a waffle, not actual waffles. To me, that’s kind of a curious choice on the part of Kellogg’s, and really, it takes away pretty much the uniqueness of the sandwich. Besides, I can’t be the only one that believes a breakfast sandwich held together by two real, fluffy and thick waffles

      would be really enjoyable. Instead though, these sandwiches have a soft bread, and that is disappointing.

      Having real Eggo waffles as a part of this sandwich would have helped set it apart from the other breakfast sandwiches out there, because otherwise, it’s just your standard breakfast sandwich, with sausage, eggs and cheese. There are plenty of choices at the store that consist of sausage, egg and cheese. Thus, what could have been a unique choice ends up being pretty similar to the other breakfast sandwiches. It isn’t even one of the tastier choices either. The egg, while soft, had sort of an off taste to ...


      • Kellogg's Eggo Breakfast Sausage, Egg and Cheese Sandwiches
      it, which, for a lack of a better description, seemed to be lacking a certain amount of freshness, and the sausage was a bit tough. The cheese didn’t melt too well when I heated the sandwich, but tasted fine at least. There really wasn’t a whole lot of flavor overall, and what flavor that was there either seemed a bit too artificial or weak for me to really be able to enjoy it.

      Kellogg’s Eggo Breakfast Sausage, Egg and Cheese Sandwiches may look good on the box and may be filling, but I didn’t find them to be that enjoyable. The bread was fairly flavorless and

      shouldn’t have even been bread in the first place, but rather, actual waffles. Everything in between the bread failed to make up for the absence of noteworthy flavor. I did expect more from the Kellogg’s brand and it’s unfortunate that a breakfast sandwich that had such potential failed to capitalize on it. If you have the time in the morning, making a real waffle sandwich would surely be preferable, but obviously not as convenient as having an already made sandwich just waiting to be heated up. Convenience though is irrelevant if the product isn’t worth the cost, and unfortunately, the quality of this breakfast sandwich is below average.



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Chad Dunn says :

re : Waffle-shaped bread is pretty much unique to this particular product line from Kellogg’s, I believe
I find it to be so unique finding a breakfast sandwich with a waffle as the bread or waffle shaped bread like Kelloggs Eggo breakfast sandwiches for that matter. Its so easy and convenient too. It’s an effortless cleanup unlike making a mess making a breakfast sandwich home made. Personally I love breakfast sandwiches and I love waffles especially Eggo so it was a match made in heaven for me. I put a bit of maple syrup in the middle because I love syrup with my eggs. One sausage egg and cheese sandwich which is my favorite one contains only 270 calories, 16 grams of fat and 7 grams of sugar. It may contain 530 MG of sodium but that is less than a lot of similar breakfast sandwiches of a different brand. What’s great is it has 11 grams of power packed protein and a whopping 160 MG of potassium Eggo has long been my favorite so give Kelloggs Eggo breakfast sandwiches a taste test and I bet they will become your favorite too. Just don’t eat them in from of me because I will say "Leggo My Eggo Sandwich

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CrclingCanvas replies :

Yeah, I add maple syrup too because it makes this breakfast sandwich taste even better. The convenience and ease of warming one up in the microwave is great, especially when you’re having one of those mornings where you’re short on time. All in all, it’s a tasty, easy breakfast sandwich.

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