A Review of Red Baron Biscuit Style Bacon Scrambles

I am a big fan of many Red Baron brand food products, so when I spotted Red Baron Biscuit Style Bacon Scrambles in the frozen breakfasts section of my local grocery store, I was delighted. I decided to purchase these, try them and write a product review all about my experience. This is what I discovered!

Red Baron Biscuit Style Bacon Scrambles cost around two dollars and a bit over. Each box has two large personal sized breakfast style pizzas in it. This product is affordable. The Red Baron brand name is well known by me and I love their pizzas and their breakfast items. This one has scrambled eggs, bacon bits, mozzarella and cheddar cheese, all on a biscuit style type of pizza crust. I could not wait to try this product! The picture of it, on the front of the box, looked so good.

This item is perfect for microwave cooking and that is how I chose to prepare it. You can also cook this dish in a conventional oven. The microwave method is quicker. I placed the breakfast pizza on the provided tray, heated on high for two and one half minutes. Cook until the cheese is melted. I discovered that if you should overcook this product, the crust will be tough, so you do not want to do that. This dish smelled yummy and looked great!

When I tasted my Red Baron Biscuit Style Bacon Scramble, I loved it! It is large in size. It has lots of cheese, bacon and eggs on it. It is delicious. I was very pleased. The crust is delightful. This is a nice treat to wake up to. It goes great with a steaming hot cup of coffee. It is also very hearty and filling. This is a breakfast pizza and no biscuit, although the crust is thick and bread like. I rate this meal five stars out of five stars. I will indeed buy it again. Biscuit fans may be disappointed by this product, but pizza lovers will love it. I did!

One of these has 390 calories. 170 of those calories come from fat. This dish has 19 grams of total fat, 10 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, 65 mg’s of cholesterol, 970 mg’s of sodium, 270 mg’s of potassium, 38 grams of total carbs, 2 grams of dietary fiber, 8 grams of sugars and 17 grams of protein. This meal has lots of calcium and iron in it. This product does contain eggs, milk, wheat and soy ingredients. No, this is not a diet friendly product, but it sure is good!

I enjoyed trying Red Baron Biscuit Style Bacon Scrambles and writing this review about them. These are available in sausage, too. For more information, you can visit the redbaron.com website. This breakfast meal is a winner!