Usually I am a Dunkin' cheerleader. I like the big iced coffees. I like the cotton candy pink icing on the donuts, even if I don't order them. I like the reliable service for working Americans everywhere. Overall, I like that America Runs on Dunkin'. But America should not run on their Egg White Flatbread breakfast sandwiches. They should run away.
There are two flavors, both on flatbread: Veggie (with peppers, onions, mushrooms, reduced fat cheddar) and Turkey Sausage (with spinach and mozzarella). Maybe I'm just English muffin nostalgic, but the flatbread was the first mistake. It's sweet. And gross. Inside, the egg white patties have little specks of unidentifiable "bits." They look like confetti, whether veggies or sausage. But there's no party here.
My mom used to feed me McMuffins before big tests growing up, so I've always considered breakfast sandwiches to have special powers. These: powerless. They may be less than 300 calories each, but still no power. A sad moment for breakfast sandwiches everywhere.
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