Jimmy Dean Broccoli and Cheese Egg Frittatas with Chicken Sausage and Cheese Egg’Wich Review

Jimmy Dean Broccoli and Cheese Egg Frittatas with Chicken Sausage and Cheese Egg'Wich

We’re big fans of breakfast sandwiches here at Freezer Meal Frenzy, so we’re thrilled to be making our way through the Jimmy Dean line of frozen breakfast foods. Today’s sandwich is a little bit different than the others we’ve tried so far, however, since it has no bread at all — no bagel, english muffin, or croissant either. This is a completely breadless sandwich.

Yes, today we’re reviewing the Jimmy Dean Broccoli and Cheese Egg Frittatas with Chicken Sausage and Cheese Egg’Wich. It’s a little sandwich with a big name (though you can just call it the Broccoli and Cheese Eggwich) and huge expectations. Bread of some sort is an essential element of a sandwich of any kind, so can a breakfast sandwich thrive without it? We put this Jimmy Dean frozen sandwich to the test to find out.

Now, these come four in a box, and each sandwich is individually wrapped to support one-at-a-time heating and eating.

Jimmy Dean Broccoli and Cheese Egg Frittatas with Chicken Sausage and Cheese Egg'Wich

You’ll keep the wrapper on when you cook one of these — simply peel open a corner and stuff the thing in the microwave for less than two minutes. While we typically like to let our Jimmy Dean sandwiches thaw overnight before cooking, the package specifically asks you to heat these straight out of the freezer. (You can see the full cooking instructions by checking out the package scans at the bottom of this article.)

Of course, the package ends up a little bit messy from all the cheese, as you can see in the image below.

Jimmy Dean Broccoli and Cheese Egg Frittatas with Chicken Sausage and Cheese Egg'Wich

But besides being messy, the cheese here is really great. While most of the Jimmy Dean sandwiches we’ve tried use a standard yellow American cheese, which is a bit generic tasting, this one uses a white American cheese that we swore was actually swiss until we looked at the ingredients. This is a much better-tasting cheese than you’ll typically find in a Jimmy Dean sandwich.

The other messy part of this sandwich is the egg frittata “buns”. Instead of bread, this sandwich places the sausage between two egg patties that are loaded with cheddar cheese flavoring and broccoli bits. The egg content looks a little pale and has a greasy feel that makes it less than ideal for holding in your hands, but it tastes really good.

Jimmy Dean Broccoli and Cheese Egg Frittatas with Chicken Sausage and Cheese Egg'Wich

The sausage here is actually a turkey sausage, and it tastes great. It has some subtly sweet undertones, beneath some spiciness and a great sausage flavor. Sometimes, frozen sausage patties can be a little rubbery, but we found this to have a really nice, juicy consistency.

One sandwich isn’t all that bad in terms of calories. At 280 calories (190 from fat), a single sandwich isn’t likely to destroy a diet. The sodium is a bit high, however, at 900 mg.

The Jimmy Dean Broccoli and Cheese Egg Frittatas with Chicken Sausage and Cheese Egg’Wich is a tasty breakfast sandwich despite its lack of bread. In fact, this is one of the better items in the Jimmy Dean line, and we think you’ll really enjoy one of these sandwiches alongside a mug of hot coffee.

To learn more about the cooking instructions, ingredients, or nutritional content of these frozen breakfast sandwiches, check out our package scans below.

Jimmy Dean Broccoli and Cheese Egg Frittatas with Chicken Sausage and Cheese Egg'Wich
Jimmy Dean Broccoli and Cheese Egg Frittatas with Chicken Sausage and Cheese Egg'Wich