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Warburtons Muffins

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Brand: Warburtons / Type: Bread / Cakes

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      11.03.2010 12:35
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      Gorgeous For Breakfast Or For Any Time Of Day!

      I LOVE these muffins! I love most muffins actually but these new ones from Warburtons are the business, loads nicer than my next fave the Kingsmill ones.

      You get 4 in a pack for 81p but at the minute they're on offer where you can buy 2 packs for £1.00, I've been buying a pack of these and a pack of their crumpets because you can mix and match and they're lush too.

      These are made so that you can tear them open by hand and I love doing that because they look loads nice with the lumps and bumps instead of being cut straight open with a knife.

      They're ready to eat but I always grill mine because when they're cold they don't taste all yummy and muffiny! lol They're quite big muffins and lovely and soft inside, I love it that when you grill them they go nice and crunchy on the outside but the bread fluffs up nice inside. When you put the butter on it melts into the muffin and you get a gorgeous buttery taste that brings out of the floury flavour of the muffin.

      I think these are proper nice muffins and they're wicked for breakfast. I had one grilled this morning with a sausage on it and ketchup, I do have them on their own for a snack sometimes but think they're the best when you use them instead of bread and have a filling in them. They fill you up nice like that and each muffin has got 138 calories so that's actually a bit less than 2 slices of bread. They've got a lovely stodgy feel to them and I reckon that's a lot to do with them being so filling.

      I deffo recommend you buy a pack to try, they're a zillion times better than the supermarkets own muffins and like I said I even think they're nicer than the Kingsmill Love To Toast muffins and I didn't think you could get better than them!

      Recommended.... tear, grill and butter!!!


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