Monday, June 16, 2008

Review: Quaker Low Fat Honey Bran Muffin Mix

Yearning for some baked goodness, I made a batch of honey bran muffins using Quaker's low fat muffin mix.

The package makes 24 in total. All you need is water, a spoon, and a non-stick muffin pan. Mix the ingredients together and you'll have fresh-baked muffins in under half an hour. One prepared muffin is about the size of a 1/3 cup measure and is 2 points (140 calories, 1.5g fat, 3g fibre).

For a muffin fix, they're pretty tasty. The outside is slightly crisp, the inside moist. They also bake up nice and golden as you can see by the picture. I liked the taste well enough that I'd probably try the other flavours if I see them on sale. Recommended for those who don't have time to bake.

7 comments:

Life At 40 said...

they look really good

Julie said...

They look yummy!
I will need look for these and other flavors next grocery.

JanetM97 said...

They turned out really well- or look pretty anyway! lol. My kids love muffins, so I'll try these. Thanks and welcome to HYC!

Sonya said...

I've tried these when I wasn't on WW, but didn't realize they are so low in point that I could have them on WW. Great! now...how do I resist eating all 24 at once?

Grandma said...

I love these muffins but can't find them anywhere! I use to get them at Safeway in Vancouver, BC. Where did you find them?

Anonymous said...

I made the carrot flavor once and it tasted like perfume. My friends actually threw them into the bush rather than eating them. Save yourself the humiliation and make them from scratch!

Anonymous said...

I baked these this morning and threw in a cup of frozen blueberries (for 12 muffins).. turned out delish :)