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October 01, 2019Reviewer: Jenna in Tennessee* These muffins were awful. The banana esters (flavor essence) were so strong it left a cooling effect like erythritol even though there is none in there. The Stevia left a slightly bitter taste and the muffins themselves were tough, chewy and bland. it also caused a spike so I question the low glycemic value. I wish manufacturers would use sucralose, itís cheaper and is a better sweetener than stevia and monk fruit has been known to spike glucose. I understand those who are not diabetic simply going for low carb but there are so few options for diabetics that actually taste good so please donít disrespect our preference in alternative no carb sweeteners.This review is specific to Sugar Free Muffin and Bread Mix, Banana Walnut
February 21, 2014Reviewer: jennifer in California* Tasteless. I'm really disappointed because it smelled and looked really great when I made the muffins, but they don't really taste like much--not sweet, not like blueberry. And they are kind of heavy (like gluten-free products).This review is specific to Sugar Free Muffin and Bread Mix, Blueberry