REVIEW: Dunkin’ Bacon & Cheddar Omelet Bites

Dunkin Bacon  Cheddar Omelet Bites Tray

I’ve eaten many an egg bagel in my day, but eggs shaped like little bagels?! What is this madness?

Yeah, I’m not gonna lie, Dunkin’ got me to try its new Bacon Cheddar Omelet Bites mostly because of the shape. Seeing egg bites with a donut hole somehow filled the massive hole in my ever-aging heart.

It takes a lot to get a dedicated Bread Head™ like myself to order eggs without some kind of carb surrounding it, but I had to find out if these were as good as they looked.

As it turns out, I’m a fan. Sure, the expectation of the menu picture didn’t quite match the reality of what I got, but I still found the presentation to be pretty fun.

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The bites come in a serving tray with a fork, but have enough structural integrity to hold in your hand if you wanna be a weirdo and eat them like the holed out treats that preceded them.

The egg is cooked sous vide, and it made me realize that I’ve never had eggs that way. I’m not sure I’ve ever had anything sous vide, and I honestly don’t even know if I’m using it right in a sentence – I uh, I don’t know how to write sous vide. … Sue me. I’m what the French call, “les incompetents.” I’ll just be an uncultured dummy and use the English translation, “under vacuum.”

Guess what? “Under vacuum” eggs taste pretty damn good.

Dunkin Bacon  Cheddar Omelet Bites Fork

They had a slightly mushy almost potato-like texture that might not be for everyone, but I genuinely enjoyed it. It was as if they took the filling of Pillsbury Breakfast Scrambles (the savory Toaster Strudels) and rolled it into a patty. The flavor was very similar to me, but it was also right in line with what you know and love from Dunkin’ or most other fast food breakfast menus.

The cheddar and bacon definitely pop. The cheese is blended perfectly into the egg, so there’s no ooze to worry about. I’d say the bacon leans towards that artificial “bacon bits” taste, but it’s fine. Those are good too.

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I’m glad they used this gimmicky shape, because I’m not sure I would have gravitated towards them without it. I’ve seen omelet bites at other places like Starbucks, but never gave them a second thought.

So yeah, these are fun and satisfying. They’re a really good source of protein also, which I appreciate.

Dunkin’ is also selling an egg white and veggie variety. I might try them at some point, but I’m definitely going back for the Bacon Cheddar bites. Even though they stand on their own, I’d like to see if I can try to slide these between two little biscuits. It might end up being an overwhelming starch bomb, but I know it’d be delicious. Hopefully they release more of these with some crumbled sausage next time.

After the speed bump that was the Mini Pancakes, it’s good to see Dunkin’ innovating the “mini” food game once again. You’ll never go wrong with a Munchkin, a mini bagel ball, or a couple of these new Omelet Bites.

Purchased Price: $4.14
Size: 2 Bites
Purchased at: Dunkin
Rating: 8 out of 10
Nutrition Facts: 280 calories, 19 grams of fat, 10 grams of saturated fat, 0.5 grams of trans fat, 185 milligrams of cholesterol, 520 milligrams of sodium, 7 grams of total carbohydrates, 2 grams of total sugars, and 17 grams of protein.

13 thoughts to “REVIEW: Dunkin’ Bacon & Cheddar Omelet Bites”

  1. Would been nice if they offered mini bagels and request it as a sandwich format. Drape some cheese on top. YUM!

  2. The shape of these is oddly appealing so I am inclined to try the veggie egg white omelette bites. Great review.

  3. You are correct when you say the texture was not for everyone. Definitely was not for me. I did not care for these. They also had a tang to them that was very off-putting. Not a fan. Would not recommend.

  4. These taste (flavor and texture) pretty much exactly like the ones you can get from Starbucks. If you’ve had those that is what these will remind you of. lad to have another option at Dunkin but I wish they’d bring their breakfast bowls back!

    1. BTW: I finally got to try these (the bacon-cheddar version), last Friday morning…and I thought they were absolutely DELICIOUS! I could easily have gone for another serving (two pieces per). I most definitely plan to get these again!

  5. I just picked these up this morning. DELICIOUS!! I added added some cheddar cheese on top and hot sauce when I got home. I hope they’re not LE either. I will be trying the veggie ones very soon.

  6. I tried these today and they were decent but I thought vastly overpriced. My store charged $4.89 for 2, so they were over $5 after tax which felt expensive to me. Maybe I’m just out of touch but o expected this to be about $3 total.

    I enjoyed the taste and the texture didn’t bother me, they were quick to eat, even with a fork to lengthen the experience.

    I used $4 in rewards from T-Mobile Tuesday to pay for most of my purchase so I guess I shouldn’t be too upset over the price, but I won’t buy them again at full price either.

  7. THese are similar to packs available at our grocery stores from various makers, no holes though. Cost is about the same, $4 to $5 for two. I love them, and the Dunkin sounds like one of the better versions. Thanks for the great review.

  8. They have no taste…Can’t tell the difference between the 2 flavors….and….they are overpriced….They won’t be around much longer….

  9. Not bad….basically tastes like quiche minus the crust so that was missing for me (a little texture…might be good on a well toasted english muffin). Hot sauce would be a nice addition.

  10. My hubby and I are obsessed. They must be shaping them differently because now they are completely puffy. Soooo goooodd.

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