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Vitalicious Egg & Cheese Sandwich




Vitalicious, the makers of Vitimuffins, have come up with two new breakfast sandwiches. The Egg & Cheese and the Egg, Veggie and Cheese sandwich. Each are 150 calories and I was excited to give them a try. I'm really not impressed. They taste bland and they cook in the microwave unevenly. I think I'd rather make my own!

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Update: Tried the updated microwave instructions. While it works better, these new instructions take the convenience out. So, what's the point? Nope, sorry Vitalicious, but I'll be making my own egg sandwiches and saving my money.

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  • I love Vita-Muffins, but this breakfast sandwich was, hands-down, THE worst tasting product I have ever eaten. Bland doesn't even begin to cover it - I could barely eat half the sandwich. Simply awful. - by LIEBERLA
  • For what its worth, when I worked at chick-fil-a back in high school, the eggs we used for the breakfast items were eggbeaters. - by RAINESSA
  • Same here, I like the vitamuffins but did not like the egg muffins, both the taste and texture. Normally I can think, well, I wont get that again but I can still finish it, but with this I could not even bear to stick it back in my mouth. The dogs did seem to enjoy them though :P - by RAINESSA
  • That is good to know. I do like the chocolate chip muffin tops, though they have disappeared from the health food section of my grocer. Popped in the microwave, very good. I am going to try the egg/oatmeal/canadian bacon recipe I found on this site/makes 4 servings and no bread! - by BROWNIE2953
  • Sounds like I should try vitamuffins! - by PCSEEKSSUCCESS
  • I work with Vitalicious and want to thank everyone for their feedback! We are constantly working to improve our products and are taking all your thoughts into consideration while continuing to develop the VitaSandwich. Also, we have included a tab on our Facebook page and which gives updated heating instructions so you can achieve your desired consistency. Thanks again everyone!

    - by VITADAVE
  • This is great to know! I really love the vitamuffins, but I was hesitant to buy the sandwiches because they seem very expensive for something I can easily whip up at home. Now that I know they're disappointing, its even more reason to pass them by. Thanks for the review! - by KDLEVEQUE
  • Good to know. Haven't been able to find them.
    emoticon now I'll stop looking.

    Thanks - by CAPTHAMMER
  • SBATES63
    I have not tried those particular frozen breakfast items, but I haven't been impressed with any I have tried. Much better to make them yourself. If you beat an egg with a bit of water in a bowl, then microwave it for 50 seconds, you have a egg "patty" much like the restaurant ones that is great on an English muffin or bagel. - by SBATES63
  • I have to agree with you. I was very disappointed in them.But I still love my Vitamuffins! - by PIXIE-LICIOUS
  • With very few exceptions, we all could make what is sold to us in frozen form. Most of it would very likely be superior to the frozen offerings. The best thing they have to offer is convenience, and a little planning and preparation will make that a moot point.

    emoticon - by JRBASKIND

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