Return to McGriddles (thing)
|First appearing nationwide in McDonald's on [June 10, 2003], McGriddles are the newest "[permanent] menu item" on [McDonald's] [breakfast menu]. If the [buzzword]s they are using to market these sandwiches are any indication -- the word "[innovative]" is used to describe them on the website, and the word "[ingenious]" is used on the to-go bag -- McGriddles appear to be the newest, determined efforts by the troubled [franchise] to vigorously [revamp] their [product line] and bring a sense of "freshness" back to their product, in the eyes of the consumer.
This said, the McGriddles are fairly similar to their other breakfast biscuit or "[McMuffin]" sandwiches; they come in three varieties:
[Gastronomical]ly speaking, the McGriddles, while nothing extraordinary, don't taste terrible, and are nothing I would mind eating on my perhaps [thrice] a year [breakfast] visitations to the local airport [franchisee]. Healthwise, however, I probably wouldn't want to eat them very often either, and nor should you, as they are total [cholesterol] bombs: The Bacon Egg and Cheese McGriddle contains 240 [milligram|mg], which is 80% of one's [USDA Recommend Daily Allowance|USRDA], according to the corporate website.