I’ve always been a McDonalds breakfast man. To me, the McMuffin is the king of fast food breakfast options. There’s just something about it. That being said, every now and then I do get the urge to switch it up a little and grab myself a Croissan’Wich from Burger King. It’s an extremely close second. The only problem is the egg on the Croissan’Wich sucks. Rather than a griddle fried egg, which comes on the McMuffin, the Croissan’Wich features some sort of omlette style egg which seems more like an egg substitute than an actual egg. This got me thinking. Is the griddle fried egg responsible for deliciousness that is the McMuffin? What if the Croissan’Wich had a better egg option? I decided to figure this out for myself.
This was pretty simple. I just took the nasty egg off of the Crossian’Wich and replaced it with the egg from the McMuffin. The results were surprising. Let me tell you, if Burger King used a griddle fried egg I wouldn’t even bother going to McDonalds for breakfast. The Croissant is much tastier than the English muffin that McDonalds uses, and the sausage is usually pretty similar, if not better. The egg added so much that was missing to the Crossian’Wich. It even looks good upside down. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the first McCroissan’Wich. I can’t really verify that claim because I didn’t research it, so you’re just going to have to take my word for it.
Just to fully test my egg theory, I replaced the delicious egg on the McMuffin with the nasty egg from the Crossian’Wich. To be blunt, it was disgusting. You could really taste how bland the English muffin is and the sausage really didn’t make up for the lost flavor. Burger King’s egg lacks so much flavor that it completely affects the taste of the McMuffin. I took two bites and decided to throw it away.
In summary, Burger King needs a griddle fried egg. Their breakfast may be greasy and sometimes bland, but the addition of a good egg would cause me to switch to their breakfast options.
Damn, that McMuffin was nasty.