Breakfast Roll with Ketchup

McDonalds Breakfast-Roll-with-Ketchup

Introducing the Breakfast Roll with Ketchup from McDonald’s UK breakfast menu – a delicious combination of back bacon, sausage patty, melted cheese, and a free-range egg in a soft white roll. The tangy ketchup drizzle adds a burst of flavor to this mouthwatering delight.  Here’s what you need to know about the healthy breakfast roll with Brown sauce.

Breakfast Roll with Ketchup£4.09

What’s in Mcdonald’s breakfast roll?

Experience the satisfying combination of flavors in McDonald’s Breakfast Roll with Ketchup. This tasty McDonald’s menu morning treat will leave you energized and ready to face the day!

What is in the McDonald’s breakfast wrap?

  1. Back Bacon: Savory and tender, McDonald’s Breakfast Roll back bacon is known for its rich taste and satisfying texture.
  2. Sausage Patty: McDonald’s famous sausage patty is a delicious blend of select meats and spices, expertly crafted to deliver a savory and flavorful experience.
  3. Cheese: A slice of cheese enhances the overall taste of the Breakfast Roll, providing a creamy and slightly tangy element that complements the other ingredients perfectly.
  4. Egg: The freshly cracked free-range egg adds richness to the roll, offering a satisfying balance of flavors and a protein-packed start to your day.

To ensure transparency and cater to customers with allergen concerns, it’s important to note that the Breakfast Roll with Ketchup contains allergens such as wheat gluten, milk, and eggs. Additionally, trace amounts of allergens like barley gluten, rye gluten, and sesame may be present due to shared preparation areas.

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Breakfast Roll Mcdonald’s Nutritional Summary

Nutritional InformationMcdonald’s Breakfast roll calories Per Portion
Energy (kJ)2082
Energy (kcal)496
Fat (g)22
of which saturated (g)8
Carbohydrates (g)42
of which sugar (g)8.3
Fibre (g)2.5
Protein (g)31
Salt (g)2.7

Breakfast Roll Mcdonalds Allergens:

Wheat Gluten: A protein present in wheat that can elicit allergic reactions in individuals with gluten sensitivities or wheat allergies. It is commonly found in baked goods, pasta, and cereals.

Milk: An allergen affecting lactose intolerance or milk protein allergies. It is found in dairy products such as milk, cheese, and yogurt.

Eggs: Allergic reactions to eggs are often triggered by proteins in egg whites or yolks. Eggs are commonly used in baking, cooking, and various food preparations.

Barley Gluten: Barley contains gluten, which can cause allergic reactions in individuals sensitive to gluten or those with celiac disease. It is commonly found in grains, cereals, and beer.

Rye Gluten: Rye also contains gluten, which can induce allergic reactions in individuals with gluten sensitivities or celiac disease. It is commonly found in rye bread, cereals, and alcoholic beverages.

Sesame: It is commonly found in various food products such as bread, crackers, hummus, and salad dressings. It’s important for individuals with allergies to know sesame-containing foods and carefully read ingredient labels to avoid potential allergic reactions.

FAQS ON Breakfast Roll with Ketchup

A sweet roll, often referred to as a breakfast roll in the United States, encompasses various sweet, yeast-leavened breads or desserts enjoyed during breakfast. These breakfast rolls come in a variety of flavors and styles, making them a delightful morning treat for many.

The difference between a McMuffin and the new breakfast roll is in the bread. Both have yummy sausage, cheese, bacon, and egg, but the McMuffin uses an English muffin, while the breakfast roll goes for a soft white bap.

McDonald’s ketchup does indeed have tomatoes. If you check the ingredients, you’ll find that it’s made with 60% tomato puree. This puree is sourced from fresh tomatoes, so you can be confident that McDonald’s ketchup contains real, natural tomatoes.

A McDonald’s breakfast wrap with ketchup contains approximately 496 calories.

Mark Johnson-Food Writer at the Wrap Day

Mark Johnson

Meet Mark Johnson, a food writer who used to work at McDonald’s. He’s super smart, with a fancy Master’s degree in Food Studies. Now, he writes about food and shares his secrets, especially about tasty McDonald’s wraps.

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