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Mike's Muffins - Gluten-Free Breakfast Option! [Review and Giveaway]

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I had the chance to try these out recently and I couldn't wait to tell you about it! They certainly provide a healthier and unique twist on the English muffin. I love English muffins and since going gluten-free, I really thought I had to give them up! They are one of my favorite breakfast bread choices!

So when these came along I knew that I had a great find. I had the chance to try out two kinds - cinnamon raisin and toasted onion.  What I liked first hand about these muffins were the simple ingredients inside.

For the toasted onion, the ingredients include Eggs, Almond Flour, Purified Water, Coconut Flour, Toasted Onion Flakes, Baking Soda, and Kosher Salt.

For the cinnamon raisin, it includes eggs, almond flour, purified water, coconut flour, raisins, cinnamon, baking soda, kosher salt, and stevia.

I have to ask, have you ever purchased a flavored food product and notice that the flavor they are saying it is, isn't even in the ingredients list? I've noticed that before in some yogurts I've purchased and it bothers me a lot! So when I looked over these ingredients, I LOVED the fact that I actually saw TOASTED ONION FLAKES in the ingredients list for my Toasted Onion English Muffin! And then in my Cinnamon Raisin English Muffins, were raisins AND cinnamon! How about that??

Taste-wise, of the two kinds, I preferred the cinnamon. I am sure what helped me love it even more was the fact that I could easily add peanut butter to it. SO GOOD. I highly HIGHLY recommend putting these under the broiler to toast and taking time to make sure they get fully toasted. (The site also mentions this, but gluten-free bread takes longer to toast). I tried it under the regular toaster and it just didn't taste right. So make note of that.

I liked the toasted onion but it just didn't have the same flavor as the cinnamon kind, I thought. But to each their own!

Overall, this is one of the healthiest gluten-free breads I've seen out there and I hope to see them make even more kinds! Make sure you visit their website to find out where you can find Mike's Muffins in a store near you and you can also purchase these online, just follow this link. You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

I'm also excited to announce that I get to giveaway a grand prize of one of each variety of Mikey's Muffins to one reader and two additional winners will receive a variety of their choosing. Enter via Rafflecopter. Ends July 19th. 
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I received the above items in exchange for my honest review.

Comments

  1. I usually put cream cheese on my English muffins. I know, that's usually put on bagels, but I love it on warm muffins!

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  2. I would put strawberry jam on them.

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  3. I put cream cheese on my English Muffins, like the different flavored ones also

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  4. No sugar added apple butter.

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  5. I love butter and blueberry jam on mine.

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  6. I put peanut butter on my english muffins.

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  7. I usually put peanut butter or egg salad !!

    Love3570@aol.com

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  8. What do you put on your english muffins?

    i like mine plain thanks

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  9. I like to put peanut butter or regular butter on my toasted english muffins.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  10. I like mine with butter, ham, cheese, and an egg.

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  11. I love to put peanut butter on them! I have not had once since my celiac diagnosis 8 years ago now!

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  12. Garlic butter, it's soo good! Well... and breakfast sausage and eggs. :D

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  13. Fresh cultured butter. The more butter the better:D

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  14. I usually like cheese & a fried egg on my English muffin; )

    Jmatek AT wi DOT rr DOT com

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  15. I usually put natural almond butter

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  16. I put fig butter and sunflower seed butter on my muffins... if you never had it. It's yummy. Both my son and husband can't have gluten of peanut butter.

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  17. Usually just do butter but sometimes I make a pb and strawberry jelly sandwich too!

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