Muffins are a quick and tasty breakfast option. Their sweet and savory goodness not only makes them a great option for a morning meal, but also an enjoyable snack any time of day. Their portability makes them an easy to wrap snack to include in a lunchbox or handbag too. The variety of flavors available makes muffins’ equally enjoyable with a cup of coffee or tea for adults and a glass of wholesome and calcium fortified milk for children. I often rely on a batch of baked muffins to offer my family a change from cereal in the morning or as an after school or evening snack. I recently tried Baker’s Corner Blueberry Premium Muffin Mix to bake a tray of muffins for my husband and daughters. Here is what I discovered about this product.
Baker’s Corner Blueberry Premium Muffin Mix is packaged in an eighteen point twenty five ounce box for only $1.99. Most muffin mixes cost at least a dollar more than that, so I was quite impressed with the low price. The front of the box features a delicious looking muffin broke up to reveal a nice amount of blueberries inside. I was further intrigued by this muffin mix after learning that this muffin mix is made with real wild blueberries from Maine. Since my husband is especially fond of blueberry muffins, I knew I had to give this product a try.
One fourth of a cup of Baker’s Corner Premium Muffin Mix with one teaspoon of the blueberries contains one hundred and seventy calories. There is three grams of Fat, twenty five milligrams of Total Carbohydrate, one gram of Fiber, twelve grams of Sugar and two grams of Protein in each serving. There is also fifteen percent of Calcium and four percent of Iron included in this serving size.
After preheating the oven to four hundred and twenty five degrees, I drained the tin of blueberries in a colander as per the directions. I added one egg, one cup of water and three tablespoons of vegetable oil to the box of mix emptied into a large bowl. I then used a large spoon to mix the batter until blended and gently folded in the rinsed and drained blueberries. After filling the paper muffin cups three fourths of the way full, I baked the tray of muffins for twenty minutes. The blueberry muffins rose beautifully and were a delicious golden brown. I only hoped that the muffins were as tasty as they looked.
Happily, the muffins were quite tasty. Baker’s Corner Blueberry Premium Muffin Mix produced a delicious batch of blueberry muffins. They were moist, and very flavorful with an ample number of blueberries in each. Every single member of my family declared Baker’s Corner Blueberry Premium Muffin Mix five out five food stars. With a long and cold winter ahead, I plan to keep my pantry well stocked with this affordable, yet high quality muffin mix.