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May 25, 2010

Review: Burger King - Sausage Biscuit

Burger King Sausage Biscuit top view
A BK Breakfast Value Menu item, Burger King's Sausage Biscuit is simply a breakfast sausage patty place within a biscuit and sold for $1.

Most major burger chains that serve breakfast carry a sausage biscuit, out of the one's that I've tried, Burger King's sausage patty might be the top of the bunch.  The sausage patty was well-seasoned and peppery but not too salty.  It had a nice coarse texture and wasn't rubbery.
Burger King Sausage Biscuit inside

Unfortunately, Burger King's biscuit was rather middling.  It had a nice crusty exterior but was not buttery like I like my biscuits.  The biscuit was also a bit on the dry side.  On the other hand, it wasn't greasy like McDonald's Sausage Biscuits tend to be.
Burger King Sausage Biscuit side view
Despite the rather mediocre biscuit, Burger King's Sausage Biscuit would still be in the running as a possible breakfast choice if I stopped by a Burger King for breakfast and only had a buck and some change.

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Nutritional Info
Calories - 420 (from Fat - 240)
Fat - 27g (Saturated Fat - 15g)
Sodium - 1090mg
Carbs - 32g (Sugar - 3g)
Protein - 13g


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5 comments :

  1. Make this at home and save $1!

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  2. You still have to buy ingredients to make it at home T_T

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  3. I like how full the biscuits are.  Yeah, they're a little dry but I wonder if they coat them with the same stuff they use on McDonald's biscuits.  But even though they're dry they still taste good and the sausage patties while identical to McDonald's sausage patties are very tasty and have kind of a kick to them. 

    These Sausage Biscuits are well worth parting ways with the Washingtons for me.

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  4. Burger King Uses pre-made frozen Pillsbury biscuits if you are wondering why they taste rather generic.

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  5. Haha, that explains the familiar look as well... thanks for the info!

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