Good Food Made Simple Turkey Sausage Burrito Review

Good Food Made Simple Turkey Sausage Burrito

Lightweight breakfast burritos are all the rage these days, and Good Food Made Simple puts its hat into the ring with the Turkey Sausage breakfast burrito.

The key to making this burrito work is to cut calories without hurting the flavor. Egg whites are an obvious choice, but perhaps less obvious is the decision to drop pork from the sausage in favor of turkey. This is a decision that really pays off. The turkey sausage is delicious, and it has just a little bit of spice to it. Then there are chunks of roasted Russet potatoes to make the filling a bit heartier.

Good Food Made Simple Turkey Sausage Burrito

The real centerpiece of this burrito’s flavor, though, is the white cheddar cheese sauce, which has a bit of a cream soup vibe to it, tying the taste together in a really pleasant way.

At 310 calories, this Turkey Sausage breakfast burrito is a little higher in calories than some of its competitors. Sweet Earth’s Lighten Up! burrito, for example, weighs in at 190, and Evol’s Uncured Ham & Egg breakfast burrito has about 290. But the rich flavor and creamy texture of Good Food Made Simple’s burrito makes those extra calories worth it.

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Good Food Made Simple Turkey Sausage Burrito

Good Food Made Simple Turkey Sausage Burrito