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so what are the muffins really like?

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  1. peachy1982

    peachy1982 Silver Member

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    I am going to try a muffin tonight/or maybe a chicken stuffing.
    is it really worth it or is it just a waste of a perfectly good shake/soup
    peachy
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  3. Misdee

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    i live on shakes and cookies/muffins.

    yum yum.
     
  4. Coley

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    I can't make the muffin/stuffing

    End up like mush...very strange mush.....

    I'm rubbish!!!:D

    I'm sure its worth a shot though!!

    maybe just do a half one to try out? then if you don't like it, or end up like me...you still have a nice half left?

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  5. Misdee

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    you need a tefal baking sheet (the one like black paper, think i got mine in sainsburys) mix half a pack with a small small amount of water and a crushed sweetner if you want. mix it into a thick paste, blob it onto the tefal paper and put on high in the microwave for about 1min. perfect cookie.
     
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    oooooough...cookies no bother...things that resemble muffins/stuffing??

    no chance!!!

    xx
     
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    Muffins are yummy!

    Be careful not to overcook as can go a little dry. I make mine so they are a little bit soggy in the middle and have with a black coffee. If you close your eyes you could be in Starbucks! :rolleyes: :giggle:
     
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    Never get the same result when I make the muffin's, I think each pack takes different amounts of water,jut cant get it right.
    Tried making a muffin in the oven,ohhhhhh yuk.
    Dont fancy the stuffing much, but might give it ago as I perfer savoury foods.
     
  9. minamina11

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    I llloooovvvvvvveeeeeeee making muffins! But you have to keep trying to get it right and once you have it sussed, it's perfect everytime!

    Although I did try strawberry the other day...not so good! Smelt like sick! (sorry those with a weak stomach!)

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    well i just tried a toffee walnut muffin, was ok. made the mixture a bit stiffer than for cookies, and put it in a bowl in the mircowave. think it was over done a bit, but was ok.
     
  11. Pinkdiamond

    Pinkdiamond Is it nearly October yet?

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    The muffins are nice as it feels like your eating something.:D I make mine with half a choc pack and half a vanilla pack to use as a sauce, kinda like cream if you use your imagination. LOL
     
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    hollycat To infinity and beyond!

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    muffin...yummmmmmmmm

    Hi,
    I can recommend the muffins, very tasty.:D
    I have tried crisps, but mine were a failure.:sigh:
     
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    ...in a word - minging!

    Sorry, I know loads of people love them..but I find when you 'cook' with cd packs you end up with salty errgh! Maybe I have sensitive taste buds!
     
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    Muffins

    I can't drink the shakes - tried it once and no more! So everythig apart from the soups are all-muffined-up!!

    In truth they would never pass for real muffins - more like hot mousse - but they are easier to take that those awful lumpy cold drinks.

    Have a go and see. I'm told anymore than a minute in the microwave and you risk damaging the vitamins so they need to be watched carefully.

    I'm planning to have one soon - can't wait (not!)
     
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