Bread Garden Morning Glory Muffins Review

Bread Garden Morning Glory Muffins

Not my favorite muffin! 

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There’s a few new products at Costco for the fall season! Today I’m reviewing one I tried last week when I went to Costco. The Bread Garden Morning Glory Muffins.

Bread Garden Morning Glory Muffins


I paid $9.79 Canadian for the pack of 12 morning glory muffins.

Bread Garden Morning Glory Muffins


These make a convenient snack or breakfast. Each muffin is individually wrapped which makes the muffins easy to bring to work or school or even pop in the freezer. The best before date is over a week from the date I purchased the muffins. These also freeze well.

Bread Garden Morning Glory Muffins


One muffin is 270 calories, 17 grams of fat, four grams of fibre, eight grams of sugar, five grams of protein 190 mg of sodium, and 26 grams of carbohydrates. That’s quite a bit of fat and calories for a muffin that’s not actually that big. However the amount of sugar is pretty reasonable, less sugar in these muffins than there is in some small yogurts.

Bread Garden Morning Glory Muffins


These weren’t our favorite muffins, they tasted a bit dry and the flour used in them almost tasted powdery. The muffins didn’t have that comforting, sweet, warm morning glory flavor that I’ve found trying other morning glory muffins so I was a bit disappointed. They do have chunks of pineapple, cranberries and raisins but I wish they were a little more moist and flavorful and didn’t have a powdery taste. I gave some to my parents and my dad put a big slab of butter on his muffins and said they tasted better with butter!

I probably won’t repurchase these muffins again. I’d rather have the Costco Kirkland Signature Muffins even though they’re so bad for you but so good!

Taste: 6/10

Cost: 7/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 2/10

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