Too chicken to nibble on fowl for breakfast? Reconsider that thought.

Chick-fil-A’s breakfast menu is actually a shining beacon of deliciousness in a sea of mediocre breakfast menus.

It’s no real surprise that the most famous fast-food chain in 24 states serves up a robust breakfast. But as with every fast-food joint, its not all that glitters is gold.

We’ve ranked all 12 items available to learn what’s best and what’s best left alone.

12. Chick-n-minis

The mini’s bread… glistens. I’m instantly suspicious of something that isn’t deep fried but still glistens as an oil slick in the midday sun.

The “chick-n-mini” is made up of normal Chick Fila menu in to a “yeast roll” pocket that’s glazed having a vague “honey spread”. There’s a strange flavor that we can’t quite place – it tastes of slightly sweetened sourdough, though with chicken thrown within the mix.

Around the whole, I’m unclear I enjoy these much. There’s more bread than nugget to every single bite, and also the gestalt of the chick-n-mini doesn’t exactly throw off a breakfast vibe. These come in a 3 pack plus a four pack, but frankly, two minis in, I’m done.

11. Chicken, egg, and cheese bagel

At the beginning, it’s an ideal composition of gooey American cheese and fluffy egg, using a classic Chick-fil-A chicken breast as the centerpiece.

But the whole-grain bagel rather crudely interrupts the tail end of every bite – an unwelcome interjection of nutty whole wheat grains. Sure, fine if you love whole wheat, but when not… it’s a bit much.

A regular bagel would do this sandwich more justice. I understand the health-conscious range of whole wheat grains, but at what cost? It’s decent enough for me to maintain taking bites, but I’m not in love with this.

10. Egg white grill

This sandwich avoids the normal greasy, bread-centric heaviness that is included with many breakfast items, despite tons of melty cheese.

I don’t mind the grilled chicken – it’s well seasoned, along with the citrus marinade lends a brightness which helps cut throughout the cheese.

The egg white doesn’t add much. Sure, the thought is actually a low-calorie, fat-free protein, but that shouldn’t come at the cost of taste. Halfway through, the flavors begin to retreat within the face of egg white blandness.

9. Fruit cup

It’s fruit. Who doesn’t like fruit? But ordering a speedy-food fruit cup can be a dangerous, dangerous game – one you likely won’t win.

Amazingly, this can be one gam-ble with favorable odds. Strawberries, apples – both red and green – mandarin oranges, and blueberries all combine, crisp and firm, within a surprising display of freshness.

The reason behind the less ranking is merely this: how come you ordering a fruit cup at Chick-fil-A? Sure, this makes an excellent side order, but… happen.

8. Chicken breakfast burrito

Any fast-food chain worth its weight in canola oil has a breakfast burrito today.

The chicken chunks are crispy along with a tad about the dry side – fine for tenders, nevertheless they feel incongruous throughout the soft and rich mixture of eggs, cheese, and deliciously roasted veggies.

There isn’t any one dominant flavor, however, which makes this a weaker option – this is when the spicy jalapeño salsa is necessary. It’s perfect for the chicken burrito, adding a very small kick and sharpness to each bite.

7. Buttered biscuit

Ah, the American biscuit: buttery, soft, with slightest hint of salt – this item is innocent, pure, and represents everything that is useful on earth.

However, it’s unlikely to fill you up or represent any real breakfast nourishment – I’m not sure exactly how the pioneers did it. This biscuit is better for an add-on. I would recommend slapping some grape jelly on the website. Maybe raspberry, if you’re feeling adventurous.

6. Greek yogurt parfait

I won’t mince words: this really is good.

The fruit looks and tastes fresh, not canned. There’s an option of granola or cookie mix-in; the cashier recommended granola. I have got to agree, as cookie crumbles would’ve been excessively sweet.

The yogurt is delicious; I’m inclined to believe that it is actually Greek yogurt. It’s light, sweet, and it has the signature tang that differentiates it from the gelatinous, over sweetened colloid passed off as yogurt at the most fast-food joints. I’d rank this higher whether it weren’t this sort of cop-out.

5. Hash browns

If yogurt is just too healthy for the tastes, We have your solution: hash browns.

How can you not love these savory, greasy, bottle cap sized discs of deliciousness? They cool off fast, but retain their taste even at lukewarm temperatures. I only wish these were crispier.

4. Sausage breakfast burrito

The sausage burrito far outshines its chicken counterpart. The sausage is mild; the eggs taste rich and search real. The roasted onions and peppers are exceedingly satisfying and flavorful.

The Monterey jack and cheddar cheese are subtle yet not absent – they recede to the background to provide savory richness and complexity. The flour tortilla is there only being a vehicle, not just a flavor, as it must be.

The accompanying jalapeno salsa carries a slight bite, but nothing overwhelming; it melds nicely with flavors of burrito, does not overtake or outshine.

3. Chicken biscuit

This is amongst the simplest breakfast menu items ever. Chicken, meet biscuit.

The biscuit is cushy and salty, a wonderful embrace for the classic buttermilk marinated chicken. Put in a dollop of jelly and it’s an attractive thing. Sweet, savory, and salty, in one golden handheld nugget.

Simply a smidge in the dry side perhaps, however, not beyond the world of reason.

2. Bacon, egg, and cheese biscuit

There’s something exquisite about a light biscuit enveloping egg, melty orange cheese, and some sort of breakfast meat.

Nevertheless, just like nearly any bacon-based breakfast sandwich, I long for more bacon. The biscuit, although buttery and delicious, overwhelms the rich flavors of your egg dexapky62 cheese, and what bacon is there gets lost from the mix. Why has three small strips end up being the industry standard? Throw us a bone here – or otherwise a fourth strip.

Still, all gripes considered, this can be a wildly delicious sandwich.

1. Sausage, egg, and cheese biscuit

I might refer to it as anything divine, for nothing natural I ever saw so noble.

The biscuit, a sublime cloud of butter and bread; cheese, richly reclining atop a bed of airy egg; a highly-seasoned, almost spicy sausage patty that may be fatty and thick. This sandwich represents the of biscuit breakfast sandwiches – a harmonious balance of every ingredient coming together to produce something truly memorable.

In my previous comparison of fast-food biscuit breakfast sandwiches, this sandwich came tremendously close to winning – only this sandwich’s deficiency of a real fried egg tipped the title in Wendy’s favor.