Beyond Meat is a plant based meat substitute that pretty much tastes like low quality ground meat, which makes it the perfect substance to be used in fast food burgers or breakfast sandwiches. The meat at fast food places is generally already trash quality, so replacing with something that tastes like trash isn’t that big of a leap.
This Beyond Meat breakfast sandwich is egg, white cheddar and a Beyond Meat sausage patty on an English muffin. Sausage is the perfect place to use Beyond Meat since it’s just over spiced ground meat.
Overall, the sandwich was okay. All the ingredients were fine, but the Beyond Meat was noticeably worse than a sausage patty made of real meat. But that’s the price you pay to avoid meat and protect animals and your health and all the other reasons why people avoid eating meat.
This thing also wasn’t very cheap. It was somewhere between four to five dollars. I could go to the nearest deli and get the same sandwich for one to two dollars less. But again, this is price of being a vegetarian/vegan. Society has deemed that vegan/vegetarian products will cost a premium. Or maybe it’s just Dunkin’ products that cost a premium.
As the official website states, Dunkin’s hot macchiato is basically a cup of milk with two shots of expresso. They let you get a complimentary flavor shot. I got mocha.
Overall, this was pretty good. It cost about four dollars though, which is a lot. Starbucks is more expensive, but this still a lot for what is mostly milk. I will say that this thing has an impressive amount of caffeine. The day that I purchased this I was in a rush and drank about half the cup at once. That was a mistake as it gave me the caffeine jitters, something I don’t normally get. So if you need a jolt of caffeine, a cup of this stuff will do the trick.
I remember Apple Jacks being a much better cereal when I was a kid. After eating some recently, I can’t say that this cereal is all that great. It’s just some average, generic cereal. I’m trying to think of something unique about this cereal which would make a consumer purchase it, but I can’t think of anything. Despite it’s packaging, there’s just nothing special about this cereal. It just tastes… flat. At least it’s not obscenely sweet, like Golden Crisp.
A small tip for anyone eating this brand of cereal: let it sit in the milk for like thirty seconds. Otherwise, this stuff can destroy your gums and the roof of your mouth. For a donut shaped cereal, this stuff is sharp.
Ah Frosted Flakes. An old classic. It’s just corn flakes but covered in a ton of sugar. It’s super sweet, yet I can still enjoy it. I’m not sure why. Golden Crisps was a little sweeter, but I found that intolerable. Frosted Flakes seems more palatable for some reason.
In any case, this is a profoundly sugared cereal. It is clearly catastrophic for your teeth and blood sugar levels. It’s pretty much a dessert. Don’t get this if you care about your health. Only get this if you enjoy eating really sweet things.
The first thing you notice about Honeycomb cereal is the box. It is huge. You don’t actually get more cereal because the net weight of the box is the about the same compared to other cereal brands. It’s just that the shape of the cereal takes a lot of space. Which is also not great because it means you get less cereal per bowl because it fills the bowl easier.
Other than the space taking shape, there’s nothing extraordinary about this cereal. The taste is kind of plain and doesn’t really offer anything that differentiates it from competing brands of cereal.
Overall, an uninteresting cereal that you should avoid in lieu of better competing brands.