Are 365 Meatless Breakfast Patties any good?
For us, this product is a miss. The grainy and gritty texture of the finished product is a real turn off and the slightly bitter flavor doesn’t help either.
After such a revelatory experience the with 365 Meatless Burgers I immediately made a mental note to check out any of the 365 vegan items whenever the opportunity arose.
These breakfast patties were next on my list. As much as I love a Jimmy Dean breakfast sausage on a muffin to start my day, my body can’t/won’t/shouldn’t be eating that level of fat and salt on a daily basis. As such I’m always keen to check out vegan and veggie alternatives that skew much healthier.
Sadly this 365 product didn’t live up to the heights of the 365 burgers, at least not for me. While the texture had a solid meaty chew, it also had a weird grainy and gritty nature too. So much so, I found myself discarding more than one patty half eaten. Indeed I didn’t make it past two or three before tossing the remaining patties in the garbage. Affairs weren’t helped by the flavor either which while immediately interesting, quickly turned too bitter. The whole experience was rather unpleasant.
These don’t come close to unseating the Morningstar Farms Sausage Patties in either taste or texture; though I should note they are vegan, so some may find utility in the 365 product.
365 Meatless Breakfast Patties – what’s in the box?
Six patties come in a plastic sleeve within the main cardboard box. Once the plastic sleeve is opened it can’t be resealed so you might want to move the patties to a resealable plastic bag to prevent freezer burn.
365 Meatless Breakfast Patties
As you can see the patty is perfectly sized to throw on a regular English muffin with a little ketchup; making for a quick start to the day:
365 Meatless Breakfast Patties – cooking instructions
365 Meatless Breakfast Patties – nutrition and ingredeints
Hi I’m Stuart., amateur home cook and professional food writer. You can find my writing at places like The Salt Lake Tribune and Gastronomic SLC, which I founded more than a decade ago. As well as writing extensively about restaurants, I’m endlessly curious about that product on the shelf. Is it any good I wonder? If you’re like me, wonder no more.