Seriously. Mikey's Muffins. It doesn't need much more explanation than that. Except for the fact that if you are not yet aware of this fabulous, grain-free, little miracle muffin, then I will continue.
I have to say I have not yet used mine to their full potential. The morning my shipment of muffins arrived I ripped open the box, nearly salivating, and made myself a simple breakfast sandwich. But you see, in a world of gluten-free, grain-free, non-processed food consumption a simple breakfast sandwich rarely, if ever, happens. So, this was really exciting for me people.
I dub thee my little delicious McMikeyMuffin.
I cracked open my organic eggs in my little round mini-pan and flipped them until cooked through, so they could resemble a breakfast sandwich egg, (except non-processed and oil free!) and made some as-healthy-as-you-can-get-for-sausage breakfast sausage rounds and popped my Mikey's Muffins in the toaster. I put it all together with a little slather of Paleo approved mayo with a side of fruit and enjoyed my breakfast barely uttering a peep to Mr. Charming. (When foods really good, we rarely speak at meal time. Food is just that important, haha.)
What I love most is how simple and short the ingredients list is. That's what I look for. Brevity is everything. In my line of work as a magazine editor and in my food labels. The original flavor uses just six simple ingredients: Eggs, Almond Flour, Purified Water, Coconut Flour, Baking Soda and Kosher Salt.
They are also certified gluten-free and paleo friendly! They come in three flavors currently, Original, Toasted Onion and Cinnamon Raisin. I tasted all three and my personal favorites are the original and toasted onion. The toasted onion flavor is subtle and nice, not overwhelming. The cinnamon raisin flavor uses Stevia, and though I'm not big on the flavor of Stevia, it's nice to know the company uses a natural sweetener instead of cane sugar! Another plus in my book.
The original tastes much like the biscuits I make with almond flour, but now I can enjoy them anytime I want without any prep time and very little cook time. They are also easily portable to pop in my small travel toaster in a hotel room when I want something filling in the mornings.
I'm excited to try new recipes with them and I have a few in mind in the way of sliders and sandwiches. Keep an eye on Nosh and Nurture's official Instagram - @noshandnurture for those posts.
For more information on the product and where you can get your hands on your own yummy little Mikey's Muffins, visit MikeysMuffins.com.
This is a sponsored post. I received free product in exchange for writing this review. All opinions, as well as the photography, are my own.
Welcome! My name is Mandi & I hope you stay in this happy little space a while. I'm a Christian, a wife to my Mr. Charming, mama to baby Greyson, healthy food-lover, traveler, professional journalist and Personal Nutritionist who hopes to inspire others with my story...
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