Review of Eggo Cinnamon French Toast Bites

by StevenHelmer

A review of the frozen breakfast food my wife purchased a couple weeks ago.

Product Description: Frozen cinnamon French toast flavored breakfast food available in individual packages and designed to be cooked in the microwave. Preparation involves opening one end of the package (which contains two slices that can be broken into a total of 8 smaller portions) and cooking the food, package and all, in the microwave for about 40 seconds.

A Convenient Breakfast Choice

Eggo French Toast BitesMy wife purchased this product at one of our local grocery stores a couple weeks ago for our daughters. When I first saw them, I wasn’t really sure what to think of them because, while they did seem intriguing, I did wonder if maybe they would turn out to be a big waste of money, especially since our daughters do tend to be picky eaters and are even worse on school mornings when we are trying to get them to eat breakfast.

However, as I prepared the last package of these for my youngest daughter this morning, I realized these were well worth the money. Even more important, they are something I definitely would purchase again.

There are a couple things I like about this product. The first is how convenient it is to make. I’m usually the one in charge of getting the girls fed on school mornings and, because I do have to leave for work, I’m typically cramped for time. The fact these require no real work and just 40 seconds in the microwave is very attractive as a result.

Another thing I like about this product is the portion size. I don’t think these would be enough for an adult, or, at very least, not enough for me. But, they are just the right size for our daughters. There’s enough to give them a filling meal (though they do sometimes ask for yogurt to go with it) without any of it being wasted. I hate throwing food away and definitely like the fact I don’t have to worry about that with this product.

My daughters also seem to enjoy this breakfast food too. Even though the French toast does seem to be a bit on the soggy side when it comes out of the microwave, they seem to enjoy that and love the cinnamon flavor. And, if my picky children like something, then I usually am going to like it too.

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Final Opinion

As I said before, this is a product that is worth the money and I would buy again. If you have kids and need a breakfast food that they will enjoy and is easy to prepare, I recommend looking for this.

My Grade: A

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Updated: 07/04/2017, StevenHelmer
 
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