Egg White Delight McMuffins Up for Grabs

I’ve got some free McDonald’s Egg White Delights to unload.  Have you tried it yet?  I did.  Interested in trying one for free?  Leave a comment with a McDonald’s memory and I’ll draw some winners.  Good luck!  (psst… we’re also giving some away at The Nosh Show)Egg White Delight packaging

85 comments on “Egg White Delight McMuffins Up for Grabs

  1. Jay says:

    I remember working the grill on valentines day 1980. hamburgers were on sale for 10 cents and cheeseburgers were 15 cents. no limit.

    yeah. we rocked it out that day.

  2. Philip says:

    I once did a 10 mile bike trip and when I got home, immediately rode to McDonald’s for a 25 piece McNuggets.

  3. Rich says:

    PLEASE! O PLEASE! O PLEASE! Let me try this delectable piece of artwork called the egg white mcmuffin!

  4. Libby says:

    I remember visiting the only area McDonalds when I was young. There was no indoor seating. We would eat in the car.

  5. david says:

    eating breakfast on the way to camping

  6. Kat B. says:

    My fond memory of McDonald’s breakfast – is from my early childhood. I will never forget my first sausage mcmuffin w/ egg sandwich. My mom ordered it for me, knowing I wouldn’t eat eggs…I reluctantly tried it, and was instantly fell in love with the egg disc/cheese/sausage combination. I even began eating eggs at home and trying to mimic the McDonald’s “egg disc”.

    Of course now as a fat/calorie conscious adult I more often than not order the “leaner” egg mcmuffin. So – that being said, I would love to see how the egg white delight compares.

  7. Justin ST says:

    It should be prison food.

  8. Echo710 says:

    When I was a child, my mother hated cooking, and so every Friday night was “McDonald’s night” (shamefully).

  9. Matt says:

    I remember one of the most impressive and disgusting scenes I ever witnessed was when one of my friends downed a 20 piece McNugget meal with a large fry and a large coke in under five minutes while I sat there snacking on my single cheeseburger and small fry

  10. Elizabeth says:

    My favorite Saturday ritual is an egg mcmuffin and hash browns before going shopping…

  11. Lily Sheng says:

    I remember the first time dipping McDonald’s French fries in their soft serve ice cream, heaven!

  12. Kathleen says:

    I remember back when Big Macs were in styrofoam containers, one of my friends had a birthday party at the local McDonald’s and one of the games we played was to stack the Big Mac containers as high as we could. Fun times for 5 year olds!

  13. Mr. H says:

    When I was a very little kid in a particularly bratty mood I ended up opening up the cheeseburger in my Happy Meal and putting it cheese-side down on the vinyl seat in my mom’s car.

    Of course nowadays I’m a lot less prone to wasting food and just sit back and watch the looks on others’ face as I enjoy eating a McGangbang.

  14. CB says:

    I have not but have wanted to try one.

  15. Jonathan says:

    Hmm not sure how I feel about a week old McMuffin being sent through the mail…

    😉

  16. Kristy says:

    I used to love McChickens as a child but hated the gallon of mayo they used to slather on. So every time we had McDonalds, I would excuse myself to my room and wipe the bun off on the back of my wooden headboard. One day my mom caught me and was furious! No McChickens for me for a while as punishment.

  17. Muu Muu says:

    My most recent McDonald’s memory involves the 2nd drive through window worker telling me, “I have to get your f–king drink.” I was not offended just caught off guard.

  18. Lap says:

    I’ve never had a McMuffin, but I love the Big Macs. Remember when they used to have $2 BM deals.

  19. MCF says:

    Took my cat for a short drive to McD’s drive through. After I ordered, my cat decided to place her order as well and meowed towards the speaker box. When I pulled up to the window to pick up my food, all the employees were there waiting to greet me….and my cat…

  20. mike says:

    I remember my little cousin would only eat hamburgers if they were “plain” – the bun and the patty only. He grew out of his pickiness.

  21. Adam says:

    My fondest memory would be going to McD’s as a kid (with my dad) after a long day at the beach, getting 2 double cheeseburgers, fries, and a drink off the dollar menu. Back when $1 actually got you something, and my appetite was smaller…

  22. Rob says:

    I’m old enough to remember when yolks were cool.

  23. Elizabeth says:

    I remember my grandmother and I going to McDonalds to buy the filet o fish (for 2/$3) and then she hit the enter sign with the car. Fun times.

  24. Curtis says:

    My favorite memory is having my first official birthday party at McDonalds. Remember getting a happy meal and spending time with family and friends.

  25. Bobby says:

    Sounds mcyummy! Any excuse to have some hot mcdonald’s hash browns!

  26. Joe says:

    I was in a summer camp back in high school and they took us to McDonalds for lunch. The best four words I have ever heard at this camp was: “order anything you want”! I went for the 20 piece nugget, large fry, large drink, and a pie. My parents woul have never let this fly! I begged them to bring me back to the same camp the following summer!

  27. BL says:

    I once biked for 3 hours straight and celebrated by eating two value meals all at one–now I know how Michael Phelps feels like on a typical training day

  28. Helldog says:

    McNuggets with Mulan sauce every day for lunch for weeks one summer.

  29. Pamela says:

    Just the other week I ordered a sausage mcgriddle and got a biscuit :'(

  30. Brent says:

    Breakfast with my Dad every Sunday. Hotcakes and sausage haven’t tasted as good since.

  31. Zachary Jacob Zblewski says:

    I remember that McPizza… actually, I don’t remember the one time I tried it, I just remember that it existed.

  32. Tofu Man says:

    I worked at McDonald’s during my teenaged years in the mid2000s.

    At that time, a Big Mac went for about $3.49 where I worked at. The store manager told me that when accounting for each Big Mac individually (as part of the aggregate), it would only cost them 35 cents for the food ingredients, the packaging, and the labor.

    I’m certain there are other storage, transportation, and advertisement prices to consider…

    But 35 cents to $3.49? #1 corporation in the world for a reason…

  33. Chris says:

    My favorite memory was picking up a McNugget Value Meal from the drive thru every Friday after school

  34. Heidi says:

    When McD’s came out with the Beanie Baby minis in their kids meals, Dad & I would go share a kid’s meal several times a week, just to collect them.

  35. Alex K. says:

    I’d love to try this thing … but not for the price. A chance to try a free one would be great!

    I had fast food a lot as a kid, especially McDonald’s and Burger King. What I remember best about being a McDonald’s kid in the ’90s HAS to be the Happy Meal toys. To be more specific, the Disney VHS boxes that had toys inside (I still have them), and the trains that had magnets on them (they have since disappeared..).

    I also remember eating only the Chicken McNuggets that were shaped like boots… if they weren’t, I’d rip them up to shape them like boots before eating.

  36. Rob says:

    I remember when egg yolks were cool.

  37. Sascha says:

    No real specific memory of McDonald’s, but I want the Arch Deluxe, complete with that circular piece of peppered bacon, back. Those were heaven.

    At the very least, the Big and Tasty.

    Since I don’t care for fast food American Cheese, I would much prefer the Egg White with the White Cheddar.

  38. Tessa says:

    When I was little, my friends family- who had about a million kids- would go through the drive thru and order bags of cheeseburgers. This was when they’d have the super cheap promotions, like 50 cent cheeseburgers! We would all go to the lake to fish…and devour cheeseburgers.

  39. Mary L. says:

    The old play structures with the metal hamburger “jail”!

  40. Shane says:

    My earliest memories of McDonald’s was getting a kid’s meal with my whole family, and going to the Drive-In theater to see Ghostbusters 2. I was 4 years old at the time, and still remember the toy being a little LEGOS airplane kit.

    My favorite memories were the times my late grandma would pick my sister and I up from school, and take us there. She was a small eater at her age so she would always get a cup of coffee with some creamer and sugar, and a plain hamburger. I wish I could just go to McDonald’s with her one time as an adult.

  41. Evelyn says:

    When I was in elementary school McD’s was running a promo during which their hamburgers were 10 cents a piece every Tuesday (or Wednesday?). My best friend’s mom would go, buy twenty, and pick us up from school. That mini burger feast was the highlight of my week.

  42. Darrell Martinsen says:

    I’m not just sayin this for muffin, I really want to win! Delight me with this eggselent breakfast victual please!

  43. MR.Gnarly says:

    Can I get mine with double yolk?

  44. Jonathan Wayne says:

    The freeloaders can have this, this sandwich sucks.

  45. Bj says:

    I had at least two birthday parties at McDonald’s in their special party room. Dipping mcnuggets in honey still reminds me of those parties.

  46. Eva says:

    I feel like I should have a memory of playing with a McDonalds toy or playing in their playground but I don’t. Not sure what that says about me.

  47. Nick says:

    Back in the 90s they had 25 cent cheesburger wednesdays. We’d load up cars and buy them by the sackfull.

  48. maxchain says:

    A few years ago, I snuck away to a McDonald’s on Thanksgiving. And I’ll tell you what, I’ve never had McDonald’s fries that were so fresh and crispy, absolutely the perfect temperature. Those must’ve been the fries everybody who says McD’s fries are their favorite had. I think I’m gonna have to make it a habit to get some on the way back to see my parents on that holiday.

  49. Matthew says:

    My Egg McGriddle.. Mmmm those syrup pancake buns! But my new love are the McMuffin’s as they are hard to beat for a day-in-day-out breakfast!!!

  50. Jeeg says:

    I have fond memories of beef tallow french fries and sandwiches that weren’t cooked in a microwave. Ah, the good old days.

  51. Anna says:

    Storming into one of McDonald’s less-visited locations on a choir trip in high school with more than 50 people…let’s just say they were a little overwhelmed.

  52. jrdunn says:

    really wanna try it

  53. jaso says:

    Back in the day our local McDonalds had an all you could eat night…..yeah didn’t last long.

  54. Alyssa says:

    I remember shoveling Happy Meal burgers into my 5-year old pie-hole as fast as I could to happily get plastic-burn on the Play Place. I miss those simpler times!

  55. Jessica Johnson says:

    McDonald’s once had a playground that had a large cheeseburger you could sit in and spin around and other McDonald’s themed playground equipment, totally different and smaller than the play place many now have.
    I started my love of eating chicken nuggets and honey with the mcnuggets at McDonald’s.

  56. Steve Z. says:

    I remember when they had 25 cent and 35 cent hamburgers and cheeseburgers and I took my sisters car out with no permit or license. I thought I got away with it until my step brother caught me…damn snitch lol

  57. jenne says:

    I remember when they first came out with the McChicken.. that was the only thing I’d eat from McDonald’s. People never had to ask what I wanted… until McNuggets came out…then THAT was the only thing I’d eat..

  58. Anthony says:

    I remember working at a mall-based McDonalds as a teenager in the Summer. The crowds were insane and my manager always made me cry. The food discount always cheered me up though 🙂

  59. robert goetz says:

    McDonald Land Cookies. The plain character kind they don’t sell anymore. Enough said.

  60. Jason says:

    My favorite memory of McDonalds was going there after every soccer game as a kid. I think I played soccer just for the McDonald’s!

  61. Stephen says:

    I’m actually not interested at all in trying the Egg White Delight. I’d rather see a Chicken McGriddle on the menu than the nasty Egg McMuffin. Can’t see the EWD being much better than the Egg McMuffin.

  62. IowaGal82 says:

    When I was little, one of the McDonald’s in our town had the ground level for ordering and seating around the outside (square) building, but the middle part of the building had a small set of stairs leading down to a “hole” where there was seating and a water fountain! It was so awesome. They remodeled years ago because the stairs were kind of a safety hazard (I guess…) but I’ve never seen a cooler setup before for a McDonalds. I remember a specific time when we went there as kids, my sister and I got happy meals and it was the Halloween buckets! Good times!

  63. Andrew says:

    My best memory of Mcdonalds is when I saw a mother and her son complaining about the food. They were upset because her son that had ordered an egg mcmuffin with canadian bacon had no canadian bacon in it while her other kid that had got an egg mcmuffin without canadian bacon had canadian bacon in his.

    They were really upset and I had made eye contact with the cashier and we shared a “da hell is going on…” look.

  64. Natalie says:

    The eggwhite delight actually really intrigues me for a McDonalds food….

  65. jen says:

    I worked there when I was 15-17 years old, and it was when beanie babies were real popular! my best friend and I would over salt the fries and eat them while working!

  66. Steven says:

    I remember as a kid when driving to school or whatever and we would pass McDonalds. I always thought it was some super fancy restaurant since my family grew up poor and I never had it till some time in high school.

  67. TJ says:

    I had one of these once, I thought it was pretty good. If I was offered an Egg White McMuffin or a regular one, I probably wouldn’t care much either way. They’re both just fairly light for fast food breakfast, which isn’t a bad thing once in a while. For a story, my buddy threw up McNuggets pretty bad once, I think he just had the flu or something. I couldn’t eat chicken nuggets for a year or two, but now I love them of course 🙂

  68. Robert says:

    Gimme some of that sweet cheddah!

  69. Anon says:

    Mmm… Egg McCuffin.

  70. TF says:

    Sounds like an interesting addition… would like to try it…

  71. TC Byrd says:

    I used to sit for hours at my hometown McDs nursing a drink because a guy who worked there looked like John Cusak, so I had a big crush on him. Ah, the 80’s.

  72. MuLy says:

    the first time my parents decided to take me to mcd – midway there, i had a terrible stomach ache… since this was in singapore and at that time, mcd wasn’t that close to my house, my parents ate while i watched in pain. i did end up ordering mcnuggets to go, with the yummy curry sauce. really wish america would offer that sauce. no sauce will ever beat the curry sauce…

  73. sherm says:

    I can remember eating a Big Mac for the first time, with my dad. One of the most iconic tastes in fast food, and for good reason. The way the savory beef, sour pickles, spicy onions and crisp lettuce play together with the soft bun is a classic, unmistakable flavor.

  74. Claire says:

    Whenever i Had to leave school early for a dentist appt, my dad would take me to mcdonalds afterwards. excellent memories.

  75. Susan Christy says:

    We took cover from a tornado in the original McDonald’s in Topeka, KS in the 60’s. They brought all the food to the basement, so we all got free cheeseburgers!

  76. Anne Sutton says:

    Fondest memory were their old FRIED apple and cherry pies….truly McDonald’s to me. Hey, love the baked ones, but wow those old fried ones were soooo good.

  77. Eric says:

    I remember when I was in college, living with my brother, he once got a couple Egg McMuffins, hungover, early on a Sunday morning and gave them to me because for some reason they had mayonnaise on them and he hates mayonnaise.

    He wrote a letter to McDonald’s explaining that he didn’t really want any compensation or anything, he just wanted someone to explain to him why they would possibly have mayonnaise out at breakfast time. I believe the response said that they could not explain it, but did send him some coupons for free McMuffins. I found the situation and his response very funny and didn’t mind the mayo on the McMuffins…

  78. Pauline says:

    I have really been itching to try these English muffins ever since I first read about them on your blog.

    One McDonalds memory that will forever stay in my mind is when my family went there when I was about 5 or so years old. My mom opened the door as I was walking in. My big toe got jammed under the door and to this day remains cracked on the surface. Not the most pleasant memory, but one that does not fade (luckily the memory of pain has long faded).

  79. jill n. says:

    I always pick the yolk out of my Egg McMuffins so I’m excited to try this!

  80. Steven says:

    I worked at a McD’s once when I was 16. Gave away a lot of cheeseburgers at the end of the night..

  81. Nicki says:

    The first time I went to a 24 hour McDonalds, they were only serving a Limited Menu. But, in true McDonalds fashion, they did not have this posted anywhere. Let’s just say the ordering process was awesome.

  82. krisk says:

    I always loved McDonaldland cookies!

  83. Jes says:

    I just used McDonalds to collect all the Raisins and Alf toys.

  84. SmoledMan says:

    Nothing is finer then a sausage & egg McMuffin. That one really hits the spot. Get a side of hash brown and coffee.

  85. Meagan says:

    McDonalds birthday parties as a kid!

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