FAST FOOD NEWS – Carl’s Jr. Made from Scratch Chorizo, Egg & Cheese Biscuit

Made from Scratch Chorizo Egg  Cheese Biscuit

Make the inside of your mouth feel like outside of your mouth during summer mornings with Carl’s Jr.’s new Made from Scratch Chorizo, Egg & Cheese Biscuit and Chorizo, Egg & Cheese Burrito. The sandwich is made up of egg and chorizo cooked together, a slice of pepper jack cheese, and Carl’s Jr.’s Made from Scratch Biscuit. The Chorizo, Egg & Cheese Burrito features spicy chorizo, scrambled eggs, shredded Jack and cheddar cheeses, Hash Round nuggets and freshly prepared pico de gallo salsa, wrapped in a flour tortilla.

The new Made from Scratch Chorizo, Egg & Cheese Biscuit is available for $2.29 and the burrito goes for $3.49.

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8 thoughts to “FAST FOOD NEWS – Carl’s Jr. Made from Scratch Chorizo, Egg & Cheese Biscuit”

  1. Damnit, why does the nearest Carl’s Jr have to be a location I can only get to on weekends?

    The strawberry biscuit turned out really good, and all of their new breakfast promotions are sounding tempting in a gorge-on-biscuits way. I suppose I should treat that as an incentive to not avoid and postpone grocery shopping, since CJr is located in the parking lot of the store where I do my dawn raids for food.

  2. Any word on whether Hardee’s will get this too? Usually they share menus, but not always, and everything here is Hardee’s, not Carl’s Jr.

    1. The press release I got said Carl’s Jr. only. Will Hardee’s eventually get it? I don’t know. It’s weird their menus don’t completely mirror each other. Shouldn’t they?

      1. I feel like they should! It seems to me like the Hardee’s side of the company plays it a bit safer, which is unfortunate. I’d love some of the more experimental things that CJ releases from Hardee’s.

  3. FOLLOW-UP: I found a Carl’s Jr on the way to work that’s achievable if I take a very early train, so I tried this.

    My intent was to try the biscuit, and the clerk somehow put in my order as a burrito instead. (This is the second consecutive CJ’s where what they’ve given me for breakfast is what they felt like, not what I ordered.)

    Fortunately, it was a good burrito! Really excellent eggs, unlike JitB’s tendency to turn eggs to rubber. Super-crisp tater-thingies, lots of chorizo. Better than JitB’s most similar product, and I’m usually pretty good with JitB.

  4. The chorizo and eggs blended way better on the burrito. The biscuit wasn’t bad, but I just felt with the biscuit version of the chorizo and eggs I got separate flavors that didn’t mesh well.

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