Vegan Brunch Triple Treat!

Try It Tuesday! Taste test these products soon.

Hey, hey, hey! How’s everyone doing today? If you’re feeling like making something special for yourself or friends and family, too, this post is a must-read. Each Tuesday, I review vegan products, rate them, and ask for YOUR help! What are your favorites? Why? Where do you find them? Which stores have the best prices?

A box of beyond sausage is sitting on the counter.

Today, I woke up late and very hungry! Perfect day to try Just Egg’s Americana Egg Bites. But that’s wont be enough to satisfy me…so I added Van’s Blueberry Waffles and Beyond Meat’s Breakfast Sausage. All vegan, of course!

Two boxes of waffles are sitting on a table.

First, I threw two frozen sausage links in a small frying pan over medium-low heat. They take 5-7 minutes to cook; you’ll need to turn frequently so they get golden brown on all sides. Next, I put one (I really wanted two!) waffle in the toaster oven for 3 minutes…if you don’t like them crispy on the edges, do 2 minutes. The Egg Bites are SO easy to prepare. You can bake for 22 minutes or microwave for 1 minute and 45 seconds. Did I mention I was hungry?😂

A box of food next to two pieces of dough.

I give all three products a 9! In my pre-vegan days, I didn’t like sausage…or bacon. But I love these breakfast links. Savory and satisfying, and no little piggies were harmed. ❤️

A close up of food on a plate

The waffles are the perfect combo of crispy and flavorful. A swipe of Country Crock’s plant butter and warm maple syrup take them over the top…yum! These are always in our freezer, original flavor too.

Last, the new product I tried today is Just Egg’s* “Inspired By America” Sous Vide Egg Bites. Loaded with chunks of potato and red pepper, perfectly seasoned with dill and chive. Tasty and satisfying. And, as their name states, they taste “just like eggs.” 😍

*Note about the egg bites. I could not find them on Just Egg’s website. A little digging revealed there was a recall of more than 86,000 boxes due to contamination with milk and real egg products in the packaging. Not really sure what that means. Does anyone have more info?