Jimmy Dean Entrée: Ham and Cheese Croissant
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  • I love ham and cheese croissant breakfast sandwiches--I frequent Burger Kin just to get my hands on one--so I was glad to see that Jimmy Dean had come up with a ham and cheese croissant breakfast that I could keep in the freezer and take out and heat up anytime I wanted
  • At almost three dollars, it could be pricey for some, but I enjoyed eating it and knowing that I can have a ham and cheese croissant anytime I want without having to always reach for my keys

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      I am a huge breakfast person–when I don’t have to cook it too often. Jimmy Dean has a breakfast line that I just becoming accustomed to, and I’ve had the opportunity to try their ham and cheese entrée breakfast.

      I love ham and cheese croissant breakfast sandwiches–I frequent Burger Kin just to get my hands on one–so I was glad to see that Jimmy Dean had come up with a ham and cheese croissant breakfast that I could keep


      in the freezer and take out and heat up anytime I wanted. I was a little apprehensive about the heating process because croissants are delicate and can easily harden if left too long in the microwave; however, I did follow the directions and placed it in the microwave for the allotted time.

      My eyes were big from the aroma because the entrée was smelling good, and it looked good as well. The only thing I was skeptical about was the diced apples. For the life of me, I can’t stand eating baked apple anything which was why I was a little hesitant about digging into them. The apples were okay: I could taste the cinnamon that was mixed in, but it still was not my cup of tea. The hash browns, however, were good. They had a little seasoning to them and all I did was add the final ingredient: ketchup. The hash brown were the square ...


      • Jimmy Dean Entrée: Ham and Cheese Croissant
      ones, not the shredded kind. I finally made my way to the sandwich–OMG, it was to die for. It wasn’t like my Burger King croissant, but it was close enough.

      The croissant was flaky, soft, and hot. The cheese was melting all over the ham, making for a great party in my mouth. The thing I liked about the entrée was how easy it was to cook. Some breakfast meals I have purchased in the past had me

      cooking them in the oven and I was glad that I only had to pop the entrée in the microwave for a couple of minutes. I also liked how convenient it is: I can heat it up anytime I want and it’s very filling. At almost three dollars, it could be pricey for some, but I enjoyed eating it and knowing that I can have a ham and cheese croissant anytime I want without having to always reach for my keys.




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Elizabeth K Mooney says :

re : At almost three dollars, it could be pricey for some, but I enjoyed eating it and knowing that I can have a ham and cheese croissant anytime I want without having to always reach for my keys
The Jimmy dean ham and cheese croissants are delicious, they are soft and flaky and you wouldn’t know they came from the microwave.

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Elizabeth K Mooney says :

re : At almost three dollars, it could be pricey for some, but I enjoyed eating it and knowing that I can have a ham and cheese croissant anytime I want without having to always reach for my keys
It is worth the price to be able to grab one anytime you like and not have to fight through traffic or sit in a long line.

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lisa says :

re : At almost three dollars, it could be pricey for some, but I enjoyed eating it and knowing that I can have a ham and cheese croissant anytime I want without having to always reach for my keys
Today I wanted to share the best ham and cheese croissants I ve been eating these my whole life. It stared at my grandpa and grandma s house. This was one of my grandma s favourite things to make us and we loved it. Once time she spent hours making homemade chicken noodle soup and we wouldn t eat it. When I say homemade, I mean that she even made the noodles. Now, as an adult, I would love it if someone made it for me, but as a kid no way I wanted my chicken noodle soup from the classic red can. Anyway, the ham and cheese croissants were a much better option for us kids. They were flaky, warm and covered with melted cheese.

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