Wednesday, February 17, 2016

$40 Entenmann's Little Bites Giveaway! #GoodtoGo #sponsored


I just found out that Entenmann's has a new product--French Toast Muffins! I received Entenmann's Little Bites product samples and coupons for the purpose of this post. This post contains my own opinions.

I have been an Entenmann's fan since I was a child. A friend of the family worked for Entenmann's and would occasionally bring delicious cookies to our house. I have been hooked ever since! 

And now, Entenmann's has introduced a new product--Little Bites Cinnamon French Toast Muffins. This is a seasonal product. I wasn't sure what to make of this, but they sounded tasty. Each box contains 20 muffins in five pouches. As I opened the box, I read that you can microwave the muffins--just open the package and place on a microwave-safe plate for 7 seconds. I opened up a pouch of four muffins and warmed them up and tried them with syrup. They really do taste like French Toast, however, you do not need the syrup--they are infused with a bit of Maple syrup along with a hint of cinnamon. My girls loved them! I also tried them just out of the package (I had to do this for the sake of the review, of course) and they were soft and delicious! And of note, these are not crumbly, (although just a tad sticky) making them a perfect snack for the car. Or at my desk. Or to take hiking (well, they might get squished in my backpack). Or stashed in my purse. Or for breakfast on the go. You get the drift, right? They are also a nice size--four mini muffins per package. They contain 0g trans fat, no high fructose corn syrup, are certified Kosher and most Little Bites are 200 calories per pouch or less.

Here's the deal, though. These are just a seasonal item so they are only available now through May 2016. And then these sweet little snacks will be gone!

Want to get more creative? Then check out these tasty DIY's using the muffins, along with fruit and yogurt, to create tasty Little Bites French Toast Breakfast Sliders here!  For more recipe ideas, visit the Little Bites Facebook page.
Entenmann's want to make sure you take a bite of the newest breakfast trend for those on-the-go mornings by offering a giveaway package, valued at $40! The Little Bites Cinnamon French Toast Muffins $40 Giveaway Package will include:

One (1) I Love Little Bites drawstring bag valued at $10.00
Four (4) Little Bites coupons valued at $5.00 each
Two (2) boxes of Little Bites French Toast Muffins valued at $5.00 each

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26 comments:

Ruth Cox said...

Late 1970's and early 1980's, Hollywood, Florida... I visited an Entenmann's outlet store on a regular basis for goodies!

Lynne said...

Eating their crumb cake when I was a kid.

Mami2jcn said...

I remember trying their crumb topped donuts for the first time and loving them.

kellyr78 said...

My first memory is when my Aunt would visit my family when I was a child, we would always have Entenmann's crumb cake or crumb donuts for dessert.

janetfaye said...

I don't remember when I first had Entenmann's but I think it was their chocolate cake.

Kim said...

My first memory is having the cream cheese danish at a work breakfast when I worked in NYC.

DONNA CHEATLE said...

Every once in a while Mom would bring home one of the crumb cakes as a treat for after church on Sunday

alw6ys said...

that was too long ago, but I know I was a kid, and I LOVED them at first bite!

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Beth said...

I remember that my mom was out of town so my dad bought their doughnuts as a treat.

Shelly Peterson said...

I remember trying the little bites brownies, there super yummy!

1froglegs said...

I grew up in Texas and had never heard of Entenmann's. I moved to Chicago and they are everywhere. I don't recall what I first tried, but I ate it regularly. Where I live now we don't have the larhe selection, but Little Bites are a staple in our cupboard.

Kimberly Bauer said...

My first memory would be when I was elementary school age, eating Entenmann's coffee cake at my grandmothers house as an afternoon snack.

LauraJJ said...

Oh I remember visiting my grandma and she always had the doughnuts!

Dawn Monroe said...

I can't remember a first time but my kids loved the Little Bites and now my grandkids love them. It's a favorite after school snack.

Emily Smith said...

I remember my dad picking me up from school one day and he said he had a treat for me, it was a box of chocolate chip muffin little bites. Now I love to share them with my kids!

Shelly Leatham said...

I was introduced to the crumb top doughnuts while visiting my granddaddy in Ohio when I was a teen!

Nancy Loring said...

When I was a kid my mom would heat up a piece of Raspberry Danish Twist and we would share it while we watched TV. I also do this with my kids.

Kelly Tupick said...

I remember trying the crumb cake for the first time when i was young. It was so soft and sweet, i loved it.

Terri Irvin said...

My grandmother and mother would set the table to get ready for their weekly card games with the ladies. They always had Entenmann's coffee cake and hot black coffee waiting for their guests. It brings back very good memories.

chadro said...

My memory would be about 32 years ago when shopping at a Foodland store I had spied an interesting looking blue and white box in the baked boxed goods section of the store and it ended up to be an Entenmann's coffe cake type of pastry so I bought it and enjoyed my purchase with my favorite beverage at home

Shakeia Rieux said...

As a kid my mom would buy the danish pastries for her lunch and she let me try it,since them I've been buying them and the muffins

Lauren said...

I remember when I first had Little Bites.

Bridgett wilbur said...

My first memory is when I was a kid and went to my grand parents house. It was a wonderfull treat.

stephanie jones said...

my mom used to buy it for me all the time

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Tomi Clark said...

I remember my dad serving us Entenmann's Louisiana Crunch Cake and vanilla ice cream for dessert when I was a kid.

Melissa Teears said...

We used to get the crumb donuts every Sunday when we were younger

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