I could have sworn I took a picture of the nutrition panel, but apparently not. It really wasn't that bad though for baked goods! You just add 1 cup of 2% milk, 2 eggs, and half a stick of (unsalted) butter.
Saturday evening, I learned that our oven is not level. I think this has to do with our apartment being in a 120 year old house. Note how this row of muffins is asymmetrical.
The mix yields 12 muffins. Or, I got 14. As my muffin pan only holds 12, and I wasn't going to cook a second batch for 2 muffins - I filled 2 extra muffin liners and stuck them on a pan. They look funny.
Verdict: thumbs up! I like that there are apple chunks in the mix.
I'm bummed I can't find a product link on the Trader Joe's website, and that I already recycled the box, but you can read what people thought of this mix on TJ's facebook page.
Our dessert tonight (and last night) was pumpkin pie that we made yesterday. Along with some Edy's Slow Churned Egg Nog ice cream and some Whipped light cream. You know, 'cause I'm watching my figure. haha.
with saran wrap.
And now, a word about my dog.
Tonight, I went to spinning from 5:30-6:30. My dog usually eats at 6, so I was nice and fed her at about 5:10, not knowing when hubby would be getting home, but expecting him after I came back.
I got home from spinning at 6:30 to find him home already. I said "hopefully you didn't feed Molly; I fed her before I left!" Well, he did. She apparently put on a good show when he got home, so he thought she didn't eat yet. She really pulled one over on us!
He should have a good time when he walks her tomorrow morning...
I know greyhounds are slender dogs. And she is still within the right weight range, but with a nice bulge at the bottom of her rib cage. That's her second dinner.
Yes, she is wearing a fleece neck warmer. I think in the greyhound world they like to call this a "snood." What can I say, she's a stylish dog.