Evergreen Bacon, Egg, & Cheese Waffle Breakfast Sandwich
I had a chance to try these new Evergreen brand Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Waffle breakfast sandwiches. There is currently a free-after-rebate offer on them, so I got them totally free after cash back! And, let me just say I’m glad.
My Review of Evergreen Brand Waffles
This is definitely not something I would normally buy at the grocery store but I figured why not? They’re free. The rebate is also good for Evergreen apple cinnamon waffles, peanut butter and banana waffles, or chicken sausage egg and cheese waffle sandwiches. The Wegmans I shop at only had 2 products to choose from so I got Bacon, Egg and Cheese.
Whole Food Goodness
First, I LOVE the idea of real whole-food ingredients. Each product is made with real fruits, veggies, cheese, and whole grains. No weird ingredients you can’t pronounce.
Where to Buy Them
Surprisingly, I found these in the regular frozen breakfast aisle at Wegman’s, and not in the “Natures Marketplace” section, which is where I thought for sure they would be!
Fast and Easy Breakfast
Even better than being made with real ingredients, Evergreen Waffles are super quick and easy to make. The directions were simple and to the point. Unwrap the sandwich, pop it on a plate, and microwave for 60 seconds egg side up. This is great because my kids like to wait until the very last minute to eat something for breakfast before we’re about to head out the door or the bus is about to show up!
Value and Appearance
So, two come in a box. The box isn’t small. However, the product is. My first thought was “hm.. these are kind of small.” At least, they were smaller than what I was expecting, but okay. The proof is in the taste, right?
Popped it in the microwave for 60 seconds and to my surprise.. the plate was FULL of water.
What the heck? So gross but of course I had to taste it. I transferred the sandwich to a different place and cut it in half.
How did Evergreen Waffles taste?
Soggy mess. I was so tempted to just throw it out, but I had to try it. It actually didn’t taste bad! I’m not sure what I was really expecting, but it was pretty good. Obviously, I didn’t eat the soggy mess, or even finish the sandwich. But, it didn’t taste terrible.
When I tried to get the kids to taste it, they weren’t having it. It looked really gross.
Conclusion: How Good are Evergreen Waffles?
Maybe it was just my microwave. Not sure what went wrong, but either way I wouldn’t buy them again.
I wouldn’t mind trying some of their other products because again, I love the idea of REAL ingredients.
How to Try Evergreen Waffles for Free
I would suggest that you get Evergreen Waffles for free and try them for yourself. Maybe try cooking them a little less than the recommended directions on the package, and see what happens. Or maybe even try making them in a toaster oven?