Review: Ezekiel Cinnamon Raisin English Muffin

In my attempt to move to products with more recognizable ingredients I have decided to try out the Ezekiel 4:9 Cinnamon Raisin English Muffins. I had just finished up my Thomas' English muffins so, it is a perfect time to try something new! As you can see from the above shot, these English muffins look the same as Thomas' English muffins. This is a trick of the camera.

Ezekiel English muffins are like little hockey pucks, very dense. I did not try to fork split, and since they are frozen I had to microwave them before toasting.

Flavor: Delicious. There is a lot of bread in these and they are very satisfying. The cinnamon flavor is strong and there are a good amount of raisins.

Nutritionals: Ezekiel engages in one of my biggest pet peeves. It advertises the nutritionals for half an English muffin. I have to say, I find this to be deceptive. It's not hard to multiply by 2 but if you don't read carefully you accidentally get 80 extra calories! The nutritionals are as follows:
(for an ENTIRE English muffin)
Calories: 160
Fat: 4
Sodium: 140
Carbohydrate: 30
Fiber: 6
Protein: 8

Overall I will definitely be eating these instead of the Thomas' kind. You just have to reduce somewhere else to make up for the extra 60 calories.