Udi’s Sausage Breakfast Sandwich Review

Udi's Sausage Breakfast Sandwich

While we appreciate Udi’s commitment to making gluten-free meals, their Sausage Breakfast Sandwich leaves a lot to be desired.

The instructions say to wrap this in a paper towel before putting it in the microwave. We’ve tried it both ways now, and each presents its own problem. If you skip the paper towel step, you’ll wind up with something a little soggier, but if you use it, the sandwich will stick to it. We’re not sure which result is preferable.

Now, don’t be fooled by the packaging. What Udi’s calls a biscuit, we’re tempted to refer to as a communion wafer. It’s thin and a little bit crunchy, and it’s covered in a powder that gets all over your fingers. While we’ve praised some of Amy’s Kitchen’s meals in the past for having a powdery finish, in this case it has more of a grainy texture than a true powder, making it far less pleasant.

Udi's Sausage Breakfast Sandwich

It’s hard to fault Udi’s for failing to produce an excellent gluten-free biscuit, but we’d expect them to make up for it with the other ingredients. While the egg is fine (though unremarkable), the sausage is kind of rubbery and hard around the edges, which makes it unpleasant to eat. The flavor is decent, but there’s definitely not enough cheese here.

Unfortunately, we can’t recommend Udi’s Sausage Breakfast Sandwich. Udi’s might have saved this with better quality sausage and a more generous portion of cheese, but they didn’t, so what we’re left with is a pretty low-quality breakfast.

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Udi's Sausage Breakfast Sandwich