Even though I would be the first to admit that the rage of 100-calorie packs has gotten a bit out of hand, sometimes it is nice to have the manufacturer do the work for me and package out a nice portioned controlled snack. With that said, I believe the folks at Entenmann's have taken things a little bit out of control.
With most 100 calorie packs, you get about 10 or so crackers or cookies. When I opened my pouch of Entenmann's Little Bites 100 Calorie Packs of Blueberry Muffins, I discovered 2 lonely mini muffins sitting in the pouch ! Thinking this must be a mistake, I quickly opened a second pack. No such luck. Though I will admit that the two muffins had all the buttery, berry goodness that I remember from my childhood Entenmann's eating days, it was hardly worth the small portion size which was not even a mouthful.
Each pouch with 2 Entenmann's Little Bites 100 Calorie Packs of Blueberry Muffins provides 100 calories, from 4 grams of fat and 7 grams of sugar. I paid $3.99 for an 8 pack (16 muffins), but there is no way I would ever buy these again.
I would much rather buy a normal muffin and enjoy that and leave the 100 calorie packs to chips/crackers, especially since I had to eat two packs to tame my sweet tooth, thus completely negating the point of a 100-calorie pack. It's much better to spend the $ on Glenny's 100 Calorie Chocolate Chip Blondie, Penny's Low Fat Desserts Carrot Raisin Muffin Tops
or Vitalicious Fudgy Peanut Butter Chip VitaTop.