What are you eating? Let’s talk about the McDonalds Egg McMuffin Sandwich. Do they use real eggs?
We need to know so when they reached out to me, I was excited to get answers. This is a sponsored post but as usual, my fabulous opinions are all my own.
What’s the real deal with McDonalds eggs? @McDonalds is still answering your questions about their food. What’s up with their eggs? Send them your questions on Twitter and tag me.
Hey Sacred Bombshell,
Part of body love and self-love for me is being meticulous about everything that you put in your body. That includes knowing what’s in your food. For that reason, I have partnered with McDonalds to find out. Last time, we investigated their potatoes, as a recovering french fry addict that was super important for me! This time, we are talking about the eggs.
Q: So, McDonalds, how are your eggs prepared?
McDonalds via their site: Good question. Our breakfast menu items are all made with real eggs – they’re just prepared a little differently for each sandwich.
We freshly crack a USDA Grade A egg into an ‘egg ring’ to get that iconic round shape for our Egg McMuffin.
Our scrambled eggs are made with liquid eggs that are cooked fresh on our grill with margarine.
We use 100% egg whites in our Egg White Delight McMuffin, cooking them on our grill with margarine.
Our folded eggs are made with liquid eggs that are pre-cooked and folded before being flash frozen by our suppliers. Once in our kitchens, they’re prepared on the grill with margarine.
Sausage Burrito Eggs:
Our suppliers pre-cook liquid eggs with ingredients that include sausage, tomatoes, green chiles, onions and seasonings before flash freezing them to help maintain their taste.