These are a mixed blessing.
Pros: 150 calories per muffin, nice and dense and super-filling, lots of fiber, super easy to mix and only needs 2 eggs in addition to the mix.

Cons: Takes FOREVER to cook (took me an hour as opposed to the 25-30 promised minutes), probably at its best if a handful of small dried fruit pieces are thrown in (I used a raisin/cherry/cranberry mix), they don't really rise (prompting the Seinfeldian question: what happened to the muffin tops?)

Overall Review: Of the 12 muffins that I made on Tuesday night, Boyfriend and I both had 1 each on Wednesday morning and they were very nice. When I returned on Wednesday evening from a dinner with a girlfriend, all but 3 muffins were left, meaning that between Boyfriend and his guyfriend dinner companion, 7 more were consumed. I will call this a silent rave review.

Thanks TJ! =) 
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    My kitchen is tiny.  The cabinets are so high that I need the help of a step-stool or a Boyfriend to reach the top TWO of THREE shelves! There is exactly one work surface.

    My supermarket is tiny. I live near several grocery stores. The one directly under my apartment is too expensive and too fancy to deal with. The one down the street is crowded, noisy and pretty spare. The one across from that one sells mostly fruits, vegetables and nuts (all of which are good looking but overpriced). I don't have a car and grocery shopping is limited to what I or I+Boyfriend can carry. 


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