So I decided to treat my taste buds to something rich, evil, and certainly off any diet plan I’ve ever been on! As I pulled into my local Panera Bread before work, I decided that I will not get the power sandwich, or the hidden low-carb bowl! Oh no! Today I want good bread, I want cheese, I want BACON!
So I pulled into my friendly Panera Bread and ordered the Bacon, Egg, and Cheese on Cibatta:
All-natural egg — freshly cracked every morning — a thick slice of Vermont white cheddar and Applewood-smoked bacon all grilled on freshly baked Ciabatta.
Here it is in all it’s non-diet glory!
And that is about all I ate of it. No really. Seriously. It was MEH. It was the most MEH breakfast sandwich I had had in a long time. And I have eaten protein bars — this was more MEH. Really really just blah.
So here we go — lemme try to review this….more about the meh sandwich after the jump….
Weight Watcher Points = 14
So my verdict is this totally isn’t worth the 14 WWP+, and not worth the 510 calories. It was just so blah.
Taste: So meh. I don’t mind busting through some points/calories/whatever for tasty goodness. This was NOT tasty goodness. I was just a sandwich — with very little taste. The bacon wasn’t crispy in the least, I don’t know where the cheese went, the egg was present but whatever. I just am at a loss for words. Literally. I can’t describe with any use of the English language how unimpressive this was. It wasn’t BAD. I didn’t smell funny, or taste off. It wasn’t molded or cold. I have no blame for the good people working in my local Panera joint. But it just came out of the lab meh.
So my general verdit is that I wil never order it again. Ever. I’ll go back to the Panera Power Breakfast Sandwich — or maybe venture into something else. But not that. Heck next time I want to kill 14 points I can go get the biscuit from Hardees that I really want anyhow! Arg! I just hate spending points for no good reason!
So disappointed. So very troubled with the blah.
Anyone have any suggestions for take-out breakfast that are tasty and good. Both decadent and healthy?