We Got Breakfast
We Got Breakfast
Breakfast Baconator® combo
Breakfast Baconator® combo
Yup. Our breakfast sandwiches are legit.

What, you don’t like freshly-cracked eggs or Applewood smoked bacon? Fluffy biscuits and flaky croissants not your thing? Let’s be real. These aren’t just any breakfast sandwiches. They’re Wendy’s breakfast sandwiches.

So, go ahead. See if they’re your favorite. SPOILER: They will be.  

The Fasties Best New Menu Item: Maple Bacon Chicken Croissant
The Fasties Best New Menu Item: Maple Bacon Chicken Croissant
Maple Bacon Bringing Home the Hardware

Sappy movies aren’t the only things winning awards. Our Maple Bacon Chicken Croissant just took home The Fastie for Best New Menu Item. Try this red-carpet-worthy sandwich for yourself and see if it lives up to the hype. SPOILER: It most definitely does.

YOUR NEW FAVE BREAKFAST SANDWICHES

Croissants

​​​​​​​Once you wake up to our flaky croissants, you’ll never flake on breakfast again.

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Breakfast Maple Bacon Chicken Croissant Sandwich
Biscuits

Whether you go sausage, bacon, or chicken, you can’t go wrong with a fluffy, buttermilk biscuit.

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Breakfast Sausage, Egg and Cheese Biscuit Sandwich
Classics

These tried-and-true favorites are the main reasons breakfast is so important in the first place.

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Wendy's Breakfast Classic Sandwiches, Breakfast Baconator®

FAQ

FAQ

Does Wendy’s use real eggs?

Absolutely. Every breakfast sandwich* that has an egg on it uses freshly-cracked, grade A, honest-to-goodness, from-an-actual-chicken egg.

 

*The Sausage & Egg Burrito is not made to order with a freshly-cracked egg.

How does Wendy’s prepare its eggs?

For our breakfast sandwiches*, we start with a freshly-cracked, grade A egg. Once it’s on the grill, we break the yolk and fry, flip, and fry some more until the yolk is fully cooked and ready for a sandwich.

 

*The Sausage & Egg Burrito is not made to order with a freshly-cracked egg.

Where can I find a list of breakfast menu allergens?

In a bunch of places. Click over to our menu to find allergens for specific items on their individual product pages. We also have nutrition posters in every restaurant.