Hotcakes, sausage gravy, buttermilk biscuits, farm-fresh eggs; Bob Evans has it all when it comes to the classic American breakfast. But should you be eating it? While everyone's health is completely different, dietitians share that the choices you make during breakfast can impact your food choices throughout the day. So to help those that are looking to have a healthier lifestyle, we rounded up the 5 worst items to order on the Bob Evans breakfast menu.
What does Bob Evans have for breakfast?
Founded in 1948 by a farmer named Bob Evans, the American casual restaurant serves family-style food. Menu choices range from family-size meals of breakfast meat, scrambled eggs, home fries, and hotcakes to french toast, hashbrowns, and country-fried steak loaded with country gravy.
For lunch, Bob Evans has everything from cheeseburgers and grilled chicken salad made with fresh chicken breast, chicken tenders to hearty beef vegetable soup and turkey bacon melts served with slow-roasted turkey. Let's not forget the fried chicken entree as well!
What is Bob Evans famous for?
Before Bob Evans opens his restaurant, he sold his famous Bob Evans sausage. Today, guests can enjoy crispy sausage patties with their favorite breakfast plates.
5 of the Unhealthiest Items on the Bob Evan's Breakfast Menu
Double Meat Farmer
Bring on the breakfast with Bob Evans® sausage and hardwood-smoked bacon with two fresh-cracked eggs cooked to order and your choice of hash browns, home fries, or seasonal fresh fruit. Served with three hotcakes or two slices of Brioche French toast, this homestead breakfast can be up to 2140 calories. Swap out for turkey sausage links for a better choice.
The Whole Hog
Rise & shine with a whole lotta food. Two strips of crispy bacon, two sausage patties, two sausage links, one slice of hickory-smoked ham, two fresh-cracked eggs cooked to order on the griddle, one buttermilk hotcake and one slice of brioche French toast. Plus, your choice of golden brown home fries or hash browns
Pot Roast Hash
Two fresh-cracked eggs cooked-to-order atop slow-roasted pot roast, golden-brown home fries cheddar cheese. and topped with crisp green onions. Served with freshly-baked biscuits, this menu item is 1400 calories minus the drink and biscuit toppings.
Filled with hickory-smoked ham, sautéed onions, red & green bell peppers and cheddar cheese, this omelet is not for the faint of heart. Served with hash browns or golden brown home fries and freshly-baked biscuits, this combo packs a whopping 1330 calories.
Double Chocolate Hot Cakes
Four chocolate chip-loaded hotcakes topped with chocolate chips, chocolate sauce, whipped topping and powdered sugar. Served with your choice of premium breakfast meat or fresh fruit. This sweet treat is up to 1410 depending on whether you order meat or fruit.
2 Items You Should Order Instead
Banana Berry Oatmeal
Quaker® steel-cut oatmeal topped with wild blueberries, blueberry sauce and fresh banana slices. Served with pecans, fresh milk and a side of freshly baked banana nut bread. This homestyle breakfast is 750 cal and packed full of fiber.
The Original Farmer's Choice Breakfast
The signature breakfast includes your choice of premium breakfast meat, two fresh-cracked eggs cooked to order, and hash browns or home fries. Served with three hotcakes or two slices of Brioche French toast. The order can be 780 calories if you order the ham or turkey sausage links, hashbrowns, and french toast.
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