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Morrisons White Oven Bottom Muffins

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Brand: Morrisons / Type: bread

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      14.10.2009 20:17
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      Buy some and see :)

      I take a lot of pack up to college as it makes my EMA got further and I don't want to be wasting my money on food when I can et it for free at home, lol!

      One of my favourite bread types are Morrisons 'Oven bottom muffins' which the store sells in packs of four for 45p or there's always an offer on for 2 packs for 89p which is good for bread cakes as these are yummy!

      Sometimes I prefer a bap-type bread to sliced and there is enough with just one of these as they are quite wide (like a big saucer size) and are about two inches thick...

      As a shop's own brand these bread cakes are really good quality and nice and soft.

      The tops are lightly browned but the bread itself is white and is classed as low fat with only 2.2g of fat and 3g of sugar per one. The calories are 180 each which can work out less than two slices of bread if you calorie count :)

      Packed in a really thin plastic wrapper you have to transfer the remaining ones into a food bag to seal it and I think that is a fault with the product - they should make resealable bags for these to be put in :(

      The packet is see-through with a dark blue label saying there is folic acid in the product and that they are suitable for vegetarians...

      These are fine to freeze but don't leave them in longer than a week as they start to go dry and stale, but they do keep well for a couple of days once opened in the breadbin.

      The texture is spongy and soft and they are quite chewy too and very filling. Tasty and full of wheat flavour they do contain gluten for any allergists and soya as well. They re also made in a factory that handles mustard and milk and nuts.

      I give these five stars as they are lovely and fluffy and taste really nice :)

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