Yes, more kinnikinnick to review, but it really is a good brand for the most part, so it's definitely worth trying their products. My mother-in-law bought these english muffins for us and most of them will be used to make mini pizzas for the boys at day care, but I did want to test them out as well, so I did.
bread, but was pleasantly surprised. It's definitely not a english muffin by any means, more like a chewy hamburger bun, it it's still statisfying. I think that it may be the same recipe as the bread, or at least similar, but having it in a muffin/bun form definitely gives it a different texture, it doesn't crumble like the bread did--but I really think that's because it's not sliced bread.
I first tried it toasted with freshly made plum jam on top and it was so yummy! I then used another muffin for 2 mini pizzas for Dominic and I (so yes, they had Daiya cheese on top). I think that was the best gluten-free pizza I've had, and it was so stinking easy. I thawed the muffins, split it, and toasted it. Then topped it with pizza sauce and the cheese and put it under the broiler for a couple minutes. This will be my new go to lunch for the boys when we need something quick.
Overall Rating 8 out of 10 They are not english muffins in taste and texture, but they still are tasty and work really, really well for min pizzas, so I will be buying these again.