Signature breakfast sandwiches

I taste-tested the signature breakfast sandwiches from McDonald’s, Starbucks, Burger King, Wendy’s, Dunkin’, and Chick-fil-A to see how they compared.
The breakfast sandwiches were judged on a scale of one to five based on the quality of their buns and filling, as well as their overall taste.
The Egg McMuffin at McDonald’s was by far the tastiest and most well-balanced sandwich, with a recipe that’s been refined over half a century.
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The world isn’t what it used to be.

Cars can drive themselves, Saharan heat traveled all the way to Paris, and Wendy’s serves a Breakfast Baconator.

But some things will always stay the same: humans will always need to eat. And while breakfast may not be the most important meal of the day, it certainly is a meal. And personally, I never skip one of those.

The seemingly infinite number of fast-food breakfast choices might be befuddling.

Where can you get a filling, tasty, and reasonably nutritious breakfast sandwich? Where can you get one for under five bucks? Who will save the day and eat several thousand heart-stopping calories’ worth of bacon, chicken, egg, sausage, cheese, croissants, biscuits, muffins, and ciabatta bread — for the greater good, of course?

Read more: I ate the bacon, egg, and cheese biscuits from 4 major fast-food chains, and the winner surprised me

I tried the signature breakfast sandwiches from Wendy’s, Chick-fil-A, McDonald’s, Burger King, Starbucks, and Dunkin’ in order to find out which chain makes the best morning-meal-in-a-bun.

I judged the sandwiches based on their buns, filling, and overall taste. I rated them from one to five in each metric to reach a completely scientific, objective, definitive, and quantitative conclusion totally not just based on my personal experience and preferences.

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