Are blueberry muffins a good source of fiber?

Are blueberry muffins a good source of fiber?

Perhaps the healthiest thing about these muffins is the fat—19 grams worth, largely from soybean oil—a heart-healthy source....Blueberry Muffin Battle.
NutrientFiber (g)
Regular Blueberry Muffin11
Reduced Fat Blueberry Muffin 22
The Great Muffin Makeover Blueberry Muffin 32

Are bran muffins high in fiber?

These high fiber cereal Bran Muffins are a favorite breakfast in our family. Perfect for families on the go that want something healthy and delicious.

Do blueberry muffins have a lot of fiber?

While they're not a major source of fiber, blueberry muffins will up your fiber intake slightly. According to "Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2010," you should have 14 grams of fiber for every 1,000 calories you consume from food. Based on 2,000 calories, you'll need 28 grams of fiber.

Are McDonald's muffins good?

It is very tender and moist with somewhat sparse but delicious blueberries mixed throughout. ... While I would have to say that it is borderline too sweet for a blueberry muffin, I think the texture and overall flavor make it a nice addition to McDonald's menu.

What is the healthiest muffin at McDonald's?

McDonald's Multi-Grain Berry Muffin (pictured) is a pleasant surprise: it has the lowest calorie count of all the muffins I looked at and boasts a healthy 6 grams of fiber. Watch out for their Blueberry Muffin, however, which packs in 45% of the daily value of saturated fat (based on a 2,000-calorie diet).

What kind of muffins does McDonald's use?

The English Muffins used by McDonald's are made by Fresh Start Bakeries. Brea, Calif. -based Fresh Start Bakeries has been supplying all the bread products for McDonald's since 1964, English muffins included. They have 17 plants throughout the world, and also supply Costco with their bread.

Can I use cupcake liners for muffins?

You will see some liners labeled specifically for cupcakes or muffins but the two are interchangeable. Make sure you buy the correct size muffin liners for your pans. Most muffin and cupcake liners are affordable and a pack can be used on more than one batch of cupcakes.

What can I use to grease a muffin pan?

The easiest way to grease muffin tins is to use melted butter and a pastry brush. No pastry brush? Wad up a paper towel and dip it in the butter or designate an unused and washed paint brush (a 2-inch brush works great) for use in the kitchen.

How do you keep muffins from sticking to the paper case?

  1. Use aluminum foil cup liners. Spray the foil cup liners with no-stick cooking spray.
  2. Eliminate the paper liner. Grease the bottom of each muffin cup according to recipe directions, using solid vegetable shortening. ...
  3. Use nonstick muffin pan. If the surface of the pan is dark, reduce oven temperature by 25°F.

How do you make muffin cases with parchment paper?


  1. Find a small can or jar that fits inside the muffin well. ...
  2. Measure strips of parchment. ...
  3. Cut off the strip of parchment. ...
  4. Measure squares of parchment. ...
  5. Cut the strip of parchment into squares. ...
  6. Continue cutting parchment squares. ...
  7. Press the squares around the mold to form cups.

Can you use wax paper instead of parchment paper?

Wax paper features a thin, waxy coating on each side that makes it both nonstick and moisture-resistant (though it tends to absorb more water than parchment). It's a great substitute for parchment if you're looking to save money, as parchment paper usually ends up costing twice as much.