Wild Blueberry

Betty Crocker Muffin Mix
Wild blueberry muffin mix.

18.25 oz
(16 Ratings)
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Nnacy said: Posted: 3/22/2014 11:18 AM
I love these muffins. But would still love to be able to purchase the Twice The Blueberry Muffin Mix. Would you please return it to the markets.
TXFamilyof5 said: Posted: 3/17/2014 4:52 PM
Shame on you Betty Crocker! First you ruined the Fudge Brownie Supreme mix that I had loved for decades and now you've done the same to the muffin mix that was always one of our family stand-by's for breakfast. Your customers deserve a complete, honest explanation of the reason for these changes. Cost savings? Trying to meet some FDA "nutrition" requirement? Certainly not to improve the taste or value to the consumer. You've lost me for good this time.
donbaby said: Posted: 3/10/2014 11:22 AM
I have purchased this muffin mix for years and have been so disappointed since the recipe changed from milk to water, not to mention the reduction of the mix in the package. I understand that updates need to be made sometimes-but not in this case-they were great the way they were!
drttrakngrl said: Posted: 2/12/2014 9:49 PM
I have eaten these my entire life.. But I have to say here in the last while, they are NASTY. The color is NOT right. I thought it was my oven. But it isn't. These use to get brown with a bit of firmness to them. Now they are almost soggy. My oven was checked and it is perfect. they are barely off white in color. There was a sweetness to them, now the muffins are BLAND. NO TASTE, NO COLOR, NO FIRMNESS. I have fed these to my kids as long as they have been able to eat reg. food. We never had any left over, well we do now. So I had quit buying them. Went to the store today saw they were on sale $2.79, so I bought them thinking they may be different. NOPE! STILL the same. They are NOT good. Sorry.
grandam70 said: Posted: 12/14/2013 9:43 AM
I, too, noticed that the recipe called for water instead of milk. Just substitute milk in place of the water, and the muffins taste like they always have. Not sure why Betty Crocker changed the recipe, but it is definitely better with the milk.
HungryHungryHippos said: Posted: 12/10/2013 10:10 AM
I made these for breakfast this last weekend. I had not made them in a long time so we were all looking forward to the slightly crunchy tops and soft centers were were used to. When they came out, they were soft, spongy and the blueberries tasted like artificial blueberry flavor. We were so disappointed. Usually all of the muffins would be gone in 30 min and I would have to make another batch, but not this time. I still have half of them left over and do not plan to make them again. I am taking back the second box I purchased. I am not sure what changed, but these muffins are about as good as less expensive brands containing fake blueberries. 1 star
kmawarren said: Posted: 12/5/2013 6:58 PM
I don't know why you changed from water to milk, but both my daughter and I completely agree with the other posters....please change the recipe back to milk. I have been enjoying these muffins for decades and so has she. They have been our favorite. Why would you ruin what was obviously a popular product?
Pegger7501 said: Posted: 11/17/2013 5:33 PM
Could you tell me the calories in Wild Blueberry Muffin Mix if I use 1% Low Fat Milk, Canola Oil, and Egg Beaters as a substitute. I make these using the jumbo muffin pans and get 12 muffins using 4 boxes of mixes. Even though you've changed from milk to water, I continue to use 1% milk and love the results. I send these muffins to work with my husband and now all the guys wants a muffin everyday! I'm definitely in trouble...
JenniferofNC said: Posted: 11/11/2013 7:31 AM
I've been eating this muffin mix all my life or 47 years. Recently my 11 year old daughter has been making them. This morning we noticed no milk in the recipe.... and the muffins are no longer as "yummy" as they were before. So so sad! My recommendation would be to 1. bring the old recipe back 2. give an "alternative low fat recipe" for whoever wants to make that one. 3. offer a package with "add your own blueberries." (I've always wanted this variety, for in the summer we usually add our own and throw out the can)
melssa70 said: Posted: 10/30/2013 2:24 AM
Please go back to the original recipe. I thought I did something wrong when my son said that they tasted different, not good. He loved these muffins. I bought these for years. I still purchased them when you reduced the blueberries (I added my own extra blueberries), but now I will have to find an alternative. PLEASE bring back the old recipe back.
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