Frozen sausage, egg, and cheese English muffin
Jimmy Dean frozen Sausage English muffin sandwich (350 cal), a test for travel. The one I make from scratch is way better but after changing the cooking method, it's not bad.
This was edible, but there are caveats:
I followed the instructions on the package from frozen. Note: Start the defrost upside down so when you flip it over, it will be right side up to finish cooking and the cheese melts correctly.
The bread gets tough in the microwave, and I prefer toasting. At the Killington grand hotel there's both a toaster and a microwave, so that could be an option.
There's a distinct odor, probably from the cheese, while cooking. It's not possible to covertly make one of these.
Like many highly processed and salty foods, despite the calories you still kind of feel hungry after eating one.
2023-11-05 Toasted separately
I ignored the instructions and instead did this:
Separate the frozen sandwich and toast the English muffins in the toaster.
Put the sausage and egg on a paper towel on a plate and microwave on high for 45 seconds. Flip the egg over and cook for 15 seconds more (1 minute total).
Add the cheese on top of the sausage and egg and microwave for 15 seconds longer.
After removing, let sit for a minute then put on the English muffin and serve.
This heating method is way better! The bread is no longer ridiculously chewy and there is still some odor from the cheese but since it's heated for a much shorter amount of time it's not as bad.