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Thomas Original White English Muffins (12 ct.)

by Thomas' |
Item # 122813
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Why We Love This

The original Nooks & Crannies English Muffin toasts up crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside.

About this item

  • 12-count Thomas' English muffins
  • No trans-fat
  • Low in cholesterol
  • Low in fat
  • Made with high-quality ingredients
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Description

When it comes time for breakfast, many people think of toast or cold cereal as the only quick options. There is little food more versatile than the traditional English muffin. Thomas'® Original English Muffins (12 ct 24oz) are the perfect fork-split bread for use at breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can eat them plain, with your favorite jam or jelly, or as the base in any number of foods.

How Can Thomas' Original English Muffins Be a Lunch Food?

When you think of English muffins, the first thing that probably comes to mind is egg sandwiches made famous by a large chain of fast food restaurants. Yes, that is one of the more common ways to enjoy your morning muffin, as the edges toast crisp while the center stays nice and soft. However, you don't have to stop there. English muffins work as a wonderful base for many other foods. You can top them with a little pizza sauce, cheese, and some pepperonis and have mini pizzas. They also make sturdy buns for hamburger sliders.

What Are the Nutrition Facts for Thomas' English Original Muffins?

A single split English muffin is a serving. For a plain English muffin, the calories are 130. There are 26 grams total carbs in an English bread with only 1 gram coming from sugar. Each serving has 4 grams of protein and 210 milligrams sodium. With each one, you gain 8% of your daily required calcium and iron.

How Do You Store Thomas' English Muffins?

Like most English muffin brands, Thomas' bread should be kept in a cool, dry place such as your pantry or a bread box on your counter. However, if you want to extend the life of your muffins, you can place the package in the freezer and keep it for a few additional months past the expiration date. Leave your serving in the refrigerator overnight to thaw for the next morning. Of course, as with most foods, once you thaw a muffin do not refreeze it.

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