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  • Writer's pictureCaroline Rubin

Mikey's Grain Free English Muffin

About 2 months ago, I was casually strolling the frozen section of my local Whole Foods and out of the corner of my eye, I glimpsed something that changed my bland breakfasts forever. The label read "Mikey's Grain Free English Muffin", in toasted onion flavor. I turned it over, prepared to see a long list of gums, preservatives, oils, and fake sugars on the ingredient list, but I did not expect to find it to be totally clean and healthy with only 9 ingredients and all things I had in my pantry (Water, Eggs, Almond Flour, Coconut Flour, Apple Cider Vinegar, Dehydrated Onion, Egg Whites, Baking Soda, and Sea Salt).

I was in shock, and to make matters even better, only 180 calories for one muffin, which is two slices. Of course, I bought it, and I put it in the fridge to defrost (like the directions say) overnight. I tried them the next morning for breakfast by toasting them for eight minutes and topping them with a smear of whipped cream cheese and some "Trader Joe's Everything But The Bagel Seasoning". I have no words for how much I love them. It has a delicious, moist, buttery feel and taste from the Almond Flour and Coconut. It tasted to me, just like an everything bagel in another form. If you are not a fan of this flavor, however, they also have cinnamon raisin and original.

On their website you can find every single recipe under the sun utilizing these muffins from breakfast sandwiches to a healthy french toast. Their other products, though I have not tried them out, are supposed to be great as well, so definitely take a look at those. All in all, if you want a healthy meal that packs some punch and versatility, look no further than these English Muffins.

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