April 19, 2013
New York Chicken N’ Rice, Philadelphia PA
Ham, Egg White & Cheddar Multi Grain Muffin Sizzli
Turkey Sausage, Egg White & Cheese Bagel Sizzli
Homestyle Chicken & Noodles
Iced Caramel Macchiato
Diet Peach Iced Tea
BBQ Chicken Quesadilla
Pizza Cheesesteak Hoagie
Wawa had some great offers this past month, one of which was the 2 for $3 sizzlis. It is a good solution for a quick and decent breakfast.
The Ham, Egg White & Cheddar Multi Grain Muffin Sizzli was not too bad. The ham was not as flavourful as I would have liked but the egg white made it a lighter option. The cheddar was also a little bland. Overall, this was a very light sandwich.
The Turkey Sausage, Egg White & Cheese Bagel Sizzli was not as light since the sausage was quite flavourful in a very generic way. The egg white was nice with the melted cheese over it. The bagel was actually dense but chewy, toasted nicely.
The Homestyle Chicken & Noodles was very creamy. The pasta was of course way soft and overcooked but that is the way it should be for something like this. The cream was light with carrots, peas, and celery in it. The chicken was a little dry on the inside but eating everything together made up for it.
The Iced Caramel Macchiato, which I got with skim milk, was very refreshing. The caramel flavour was strong and good. I did find the coffee, syrup, and milk all separated though. Some parts were milky while others were either bitter or sweet.
The bottle of Diet Peach Iced Tea was the sweetest peach iced tea I had ever had. It had a good strong peach flavour but was just overly sweet. That made it not the best solution to thirst on a hot summer day.
The Mocha Muffin was average, with cream on the inside and only a light coffee taste. The texture was good, moist and dense, but it was mostly chocolate rather than coffee.
The Apple Fritter was very bad. The outside was over-baked and almost hard. The inside was dry and there were barely any apples or cinnamon sugar. The middle was still raw, which was very surprising considering the first bite was quite hard.
The Coffee Roll was better, with a nice sugar glaze on the top. The cinnamon was distinct and the dough was soft and slightly chewy. There were a few spots with a lot of glaze but did not taste very sweet, which I thought was odd.
For dinner, the BBQ Chicken Quesadilla had way too much of Baby Ray’s BBQ sauce. It overtook the flavour of the salsa and cheddar and pepper jack cheeses. The chicken was okay but a little bland.
The Pizza Cheesesteak Hoagie was not very good. The marinara sauce was not very good, and the steak was a little dry. The roll got soaked and it did not have much onions inside either. The provolone cheese was very bland and I could not taste it at all.
Wawa’s food seems to be a hit or miss. Most of it is quite fresh but not all of it taste as good as it looks.