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Weight Watchers Smart Ones English Muffin Sandwich

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Weight Watchers Smart Ones English Muffin Sandwich
 
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5.0

Surprisingly tasty and satisfies hunger for hours!

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from Oak Park, IL

Comments about Weight Watchers Smart Ones English Muffin Sandwich:

I used to think there could not be anything that sounded more lame than a breakfast sandwich (or anything else) that was just made with egg whites!  Then Peapod had a sale on Weight Watchers' Smart Ones products and something new had been added -- ***Smart Ones Morning Express English Muffin Sandwich with Egg Whites and Cheese.***   Recklessly I took a chance.  I ate one for breakfast yesterday and I must admit that it was pretty good. 

**STATS:**

One sandwich is considered to be a single serving containing 210 calories with 50 calories from fat.  There are 5 grams Total Fat, 2.5 grams Saturated Fat, zero Trans Fat, 15 mg. Cholesterol, 610 mg. Sodium, 27 grams Total Carbs, 2 grams Dietary Fiber, 3 grams Sugars and **13 grams Protein**.  This little sandwich also packs 4% (D.V.) Vitamin A, 8% Iron and 15% Calcium.

**MY VIEWPOINT:**

At first glance, the ***Smart Ones Morning Express English Muffin Sandwich with Egg Whites*** ***and Cheese*** seems to have a lot of fat and sodium but this info must be considered in context.  After all, this is not a piece of cake or idle between-meal snack.  That sodium was 25% of my daily quota but this nice hot breakfast which I ate at 10 A.M. satisfied, strengthened and sustained me until 4 P.M. and leave us not forget the healthy doses of protein, iron and calcium lurking in this convenient hand-held meal.

I do wish that Weight Watchers and other manufacturers would get with the program and start using seasoned salt instead of the regular stuff to flavor things like this.  If they did this, they could probably amp up the flavor and tone down the sodium as well.  Meanwhile, I found that adding a healthy dose of black pepper enhanced the taste of my ***Smart Ones Morning Express English Muffin Sandwich with Egg Whites and Cheese***.

 

 

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4.0

A Quick, Filling Breakfast!

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from So Cal

Comments about Weight Watchers Smart Ones English Muffin Sandwich:

While I usually stay away from frozen foods as much as possible, there are some nights where I just don't feel like cooking! When I noticed **Smart Ones English Muffin Sandwiches** on sale at my local grocery store, I eagerly snapped up a box.

Made with egg whites and cheese on an english muffin, these sandwiches pack only 210 calories each, 5 grams of fat and a whopping 13 grams of protein. I normally eat both sandwiches, but one can fill you up if you eat a side of fruit or some yogurt with it.

They take less than 5 minutes to nuke in the microwave, too, so they are quick and convenient on busy mornings when you're rushing out the door or as a light meal after a long day at work. The taste was a lot better than I expected from a microwave breakfast sandwich, too! The cheese is very... well, for lack of a better word, cheese-y and the egg whites are light and fluffy. The english muffins also turn out very soft; I expected them to be a little hard or crunchy, but I was pleasantly surprised that wasn't the case!

While I realize I could easily make these sandwiches at home, when these are on sale they are not that expensive and are super convenient since everything is already done for you. I wouldn't pay full price for a box, but every few weeks they are a nice, filling, and pretty darn tasty breakfast or dinner when you just don't feel like putting too much effort into a meal.

As far as frozen food goes, they're not that bad for you health-wise, either!

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