Jul 27, 2011

Review: Taco Bell - Sausage and Egg Burrito

Another item off of Taco Bell's limited breakfast test, the Sausage and Egg Burrito is almost exactly that: it has bits of sausage, scrambled eggs, and melted, shredded cheese.

The price of the burrito is an easy-on-the-wallet 99 cents.

The coffee in the picture is Seattle's Best. Apparently, Taco Bell is going the route of Subway and Burger King in serving the Starbucks-owned brand. It was 99 cents for the cup which is about average and it was a decent cup of morning-pick-me-up.
The burrito was decent but pretty plain. I guess you can gussy it up with the sauce packets but as given, it's pretty plain. The sausage provides a decent savory flavor but I was hoping for something more in the way of seasoning. The cheese fits in quite well providing some gooey-ness and necessary flavor. The eggs were nice and fluffy.

The Sausage and Egg Burrito isn't poorly done or anything, just very plain. I think the addition of some Fiesta Salsa (pico de gallo) would have made it more interesting and put a little more Taco Bell in it.


  1. You're right, I love a good breakfast burrito. This one seems boring and small, but for a buck it doesn't look like the worst thing in the world.

  2. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryWednesday, August 14, 2013

    One of the positives for me is that it was piping hot. Definitely gave me a jolt awake.


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