Product Type: Tesco Snacks
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Tesco White Muffins
Member Name: CheekyCharlie08
Tesco White Muffins
Advantages: Taste wicked; Go well with loads of toppings
Disadvantages: That weird salty taste of some of them
We always buy these Tesco muffins and I think they're lovely and loads better than the ones in Sainsburys. You get 6 in a pack and they cost about 70p but Tesco quite often sell 2 packs for £1.00 and because they freeze good it's always worth buying the 2 packs when you see the offer.
I'm the only one who really loves them and the rest of the family just have one here and there so I reckon I'm the best person in the house to tell you about them because I usually end up eating all 6 of them over a few days.
They have got a proper nice texture and a nice doughy flavour and I always toast mine and put butter and sometimes jam on them. I toast both sides so that the bottom of the muffin halves are nice and crisp but not too much and when I've buttered them they go nice and soft and soak the butter up lovely.
Sometimes I think the odd muffin tastes a bit too salty and even though that's not a bad thing because I don't mind salty food but I do think it's weird that they don't all always taste the same. The texture of them is quite firm and I have had Kingsmill muffins before and they are the best because they are so fluffy but these ones do have a proper nice texture that is filling and nice to munch on for breakfast.
I sometimes have mine as part of a cooked breakfast like in Mcdonalds and they're a nice change from toast with my bacon and eggs and just as good for piling bits of the breakfast in and making a thick butty out of it all. Yummy! Another nice way to eat them is with scrambled eggs on it but I still butter the muffin because then it goes wickidly soft and soggy when the soft scrambled eggs melts through the butter even better and my mum mixes slices of cooked sausage in with her scrambled eggs and that's nice on the muffins as well but even I don't dare have butter then!
These aren't the best you can buy because they would be the Warburtons or Kingsmill ones but for everyday breakfasts and snacks these ones are pretty wicked for the price and they keep well for about 3 days after you open the pack so that's quite good because I remember the Kingsmill ones didn't keep that good and started going stale a lot quicker.
Summary: If You've Never Had Them Try A Packet Of These For A Different Breakfast Or Snack