The fat in Starbucks breakfast sandwiches is predominately animal-based, coming from dairy, eggs, and meat. That means the sandwiches all have a decent amount of saturated fat in them. Personally, saturated fat doesn’t scare me, especially if it’s in terms of an otherwise healthy diet.
Breakfast Sandwiches & Wraps Impossible™ Breakfast Sandwich. Southwest Veggie Wrap. Bacon, Sausage & Egg Wrap. Bacon, Gouda & Egg Sandwich. Double-Smoked Bacon, Cheddar & Egg Sandwich. Reduced-Fat Turkey Bacon & Cage-Free Egg White Sandwich. Sausage, Cheddar & Egg Sandwich. Roasted Ham, Swiss & Egg Sandwich.
Coffee isn’t the only thing Starbucks does well, though–they’re pretty darn good at breakfast , too. There are 16 items on Starbucks ‘ hot breakfast menu in the U.S., and each one is as good as the last. Whether you’re feeling like oatmeal, a fruity parfait, or a piping hot breakfast sandwich, they’ve got you covered.
The Sausage & Cheddar Breakfast Sandwich is one of the worst items to order. Of course, some of the food items at Starbucks aren’t even pretending to be healthy — though they may still be worse than you think. As we’ve already discussed, all the food items at Starbucks arrive frozen and are reheated to-order.
1. Classic Whole Grain Oatmeal . By most standards the classic oatmeal , which is high in fiber and low in sodium and saturated fat and contains no added sugar, is the healthiest breakfast item on Starbucks’ menu — it also happens to be one of the best tasting.
Our scrambled eggs are made with liquid eggs that are cooked fresh on our grill with real butter. Egg Whites: At participating McDonald’s , we use 100% egg whites in our Egg White Delight McMuffin®, cooking them on our grill with real butter in an ‘ egg ring’ for that iconic round shape.
Served in a nifty little package containing two mini-muffin shaped pieces, the Egg Bites make good on Starbucks ‘ promise of a “velvety texture” that’s “bursting with flavor.” The rich, creamy egg is offset beautifully by the salty, nutty gruyere and the thin slices of applewood smoked draped across the top.
If you’re a late riser but still want to buy breakfast at Starbucks , you’re in luck. Starbucks starts serving breakfast when they open (usually at 6 am), and serves breakfast all day long.
Below is the list of latest and up-to-date Starbucks menu prices.
|Espresso Coffee and Tea|
|Sausage & Cheddar Breakfast Sandwich||$3.45|
|Spinach & Feta Breakfast Wrap||$3.75|
|Reduced Fat Turkey Bacon Breakfast Sandwich||$3.75|
|Slow Roasted Ham & Swiss on Croissant Bun||$4.75|
According to Starbucks ‘ nutritional information, its bacon, gouda and egg breakfast sandwich uses a frittata egg patty that contains soybean oil and water, as well as unmodified corn starch, xanthan gum, citric acid and powdered cellulose. Today, Panera’s breakfast sandwiches use only 100% freshly cracked eggs .
Not every drink item at Starbucks is unhealthy , but some should only be drunk on occasion due to their sugar and calorie content. Pumpkin Spice Lattes are loaded with sugar, making them one of the unhealthiest drinks you can get.
Double-smoked bacon , cheddar & egg sandwich We’ve found the bacon ! No complaints about the buttery croissant roll either, but really it’s just the relief that Starbucks can actually make a solid bacon , egg , and cheese sandwich that we’re excited about.
The breakfast sandwiches , unlike the coffee Starbucks built its business on (made daily before our eyes by remarkably friendly baristas), come from two distribution centers across the country. Eggs are not made to be cooked in one spot and shipped to another to be eaten.
It’s hard to find a perfect sandwich at Starbucks that’s completely healthy . 18 grams of fat still is a high number, but the Tomato and Mozzarella Panini has the least amount of sodium of all the sandwiches . It’s also vegetarian and completely delicious.
You may have noticed that your cup of coffee from Starbucks just got more expensive . This week, the coffee chain bumped up prices on all sizes of its coffee by between 10 cents and 20 cents, the Wall Street Journal reports. The reason Starbucks ‘ coffee prices are going up is due to a recent spike in operating costs.