Jimmy Dean Turkey Sausage, Egg White & Cheese English Muffin Breakfast Sandwiches Review

Jimmy Dean Turkey Sausage, Egg White & Cheese English Muffin Breakfast Sandwiches

Some of our favorite breakfast sandwiches have really, really long names. For example, the Sweet Earth Harmless Ham, Egg & Swiss Farmstand Breakfast Sandwich is a mouthful to say, but it’s a delight to eat. So when we saw the Jimmy Dean Turkey Sausage, Egg White & Cheese English Muffin Breakfast Sandwiches, with their comically long title, we thought these were probably going to be quite tasty.

One box contains four sandwiches, and each is individually wrapped so they’re easy to eat one at a time.

Jimmy Dean Turkey Sausage, Egg White & Cheese English Muffin Breakfast Sandwiches

There are instructions on the box for cooking these from the freezer or from thawed, and we tend to thaw our Jimmy Dean sandwiches overnight before eating them. This tends to lead to better sandwiches overall, and it avoids the issue where the center of the sandwich is still a little bit frozen while the rest is toasty warm. (If you want to see the full cooking instructions, check out our package scans at the bottom of this article.)

Unfortunately, the english muffin here is kind of a problem. It has a really chewy consistency that makes it difficult to bite through. That problem makes the entire sandwich difficult to eat, as you must bite really hard to get through the whole thing.

Jimmy Dean Turkey Sausage, Egg White & Cheese English Muffin Breakfast Sandwiches

This is a shame, because most of what’s inside the sandwiches is actually pretty good. The egg whites are a little bland, but that also means the sandwiches can be lower in calories than varieties that use yellow egg instead.

The turkey sausage is really good. It’s a little bit rubbery, which compounds the rubbery problem that these sandwiches have in general, but it’s nowhere near as bad as the english muffin. The flavor is great, with the perfect amount of spiciness. In fact, we don’t think we would have guessed this was actually turkey sausage if we hadn’t seen it printed on the box.

The cheese is a basic American cheese, which isn’t as good as a real cheddar or swiss would have been, but it does compliment the rest of the sandwich pretty nicely. This isn’t designed to be a gourmet breakfast, so we can forgive Jimmy Dean and company for using generic American cheese here.

The real selling point for these sandwiches, of course, is the calorie count. While other sandwiches in this line can be pretty calorie-packed, each of the Turkey Sausage, Egg White & Cheese English Muffin Breakfast Sandwiches contains just 260 calories (70 from fat). The sodium is a bit high, of course, at 730 mg per sandwich.

While the Jimmy Dean Turkey Sausage, Egg White & Cheese English Muffin Breakfast Sandwiches are low in calories, we won’t be making them a regular part of our breakfast routine. The main issue we have here is not even with flavor; it’s about the rubbery consistency that really gets in the way of our enjoyment. With better english muffins, these could have been great.

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

Jimmy Dean Turkey Sausage, Egg White & Cheese English Muffin Breakfast Sandwiches
Jimmy Dean Turkey Sausage, Egg White & Cheese English Muffin Breakfast Sandwiches