I discovered something new at the grocery store yesterday.
Corn english muffins? hmm… sounds interesting.
The Thomas’ English Muffins were BOGO this week at Publix. The corn ones caught my eye, and I figured since I do love corn muffins, they were worth a try.
The corn english muffins smelled faintly of cake right from the bag, and once toasted, the cake aroma filled the entire kitchen. They were definitely more of the sweet corn muffin variety, rather than the salty. I’m not sure why I didn’t consider this as a possibility when I was making my lunch. I assumed they would be more salty and prepped an egg salad with hard boiled eggs, plain greek yogurt, tomato, green onions, and pickle as a topper.
Eh. Not good. The egg salad didn’t quite work on the corn english muffin. The english muffin was far too sweet and just tasted off with the egg salad. I should have taken a bite of the corn english muffin before I added the egg salad so I could give a thorough review besides the fact that that flavor combination just did not work. I’ll have to try it again with some butter or nut butter because, as of right now, I’m not a fan.
Some carrot sticks and apple slices rounded out my plate.
Have you tried the Thomas’ Corn English Muffins? What were your thoughts?