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Remember the sweet, tantalizing aroma of blueberry muffins baking? With Ready Hour Breakfast Muffins Mix, you can treat yourself and your family to that unforgettable sensory experience whenever you like.

Our complete muffin mix is quick and easy, so baking them is nearly as enjoyable as eating them. Great for recipes too, Breakfast Muffin mix is a pantry essential that you should never be without.

In an emergency, muffins are invaluable for conveying the comfort and sense of well-being your crew needs to stay positive and self-reliant. Keep a can on hand and a few in your emergency survival supply too. This item comes in a big #10 can size, about five times the size of a normal soup can.

Breakfast Muffins Mix Benefits:

Ultimate convenience
Easy to prepare
Absolutely delicious
Great for recipes
Up to 10-year shelf-life unopened
Up to 1-year shelf-life after opening
#10 can size, about 9x average soup can
Requires no refrigeration
Made in the USA
Weight is 4.2 pounds
Directions for Breakfast Muffins Mix:

Discard the oxygen absorber packet immediately after opening.
Measure correct amount of Breakfast Muffin Mix in a bowl.
Add water and blend on low speed for 30 seconds.
Mix for 90 seconds on medium speed.
Fill muffin cups in muffin tin 2/3 full.
Bake for 15-18 minutes or until centers of muffins pop back when pressed.
Ingredients:

Bleached enriched flour (wheat flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid, enzyme), sugar, cake flour (bleached wheat flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), powdered sugar (sugar, corn starch). blueberry nuggets (dextrose, hydrogenated palm oil, corn flour, artificial flavor, blue no. 2 lake, red #40 lake), buttermilk powder, eggs (whole eggs, less than 2% sodium silicoaluminate (as an anticaking agent), leavening agent (sodium acid pyrophosphate), non-iodized salt, baking soda, egg yolks, natural and artificial butter and vanilla flavor (dextrose, corn starch, less than 0.1% turmeric, apo carotenal, alcohol and natural mixed tocopherols). shortening (soybean oil, hydrogenated soybean oil, hydrogenated cottonseed oil),, xanthan gum, blueberry flavor (dextrose, natural and artificial flavors and silicon dioxide).

Allergen Alert: This product contains milk, soy, dairy, egg and wheat

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It's best to store this emergency food in a dry, cool location — a dark area, if possible, at temperatures between 55°F and 70°F. Actual shelf life may vary based on individual storage conditions.

*0.3 gallons of water are needed to prepare entire #10 can. Total calories 6,000.

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Actual MREs were around 3000 calories so this is a terrible deal. Also, youre getting the same shitty choices of expired MREs that Marines did. Fuckin Army had the new buffalo chicken MREs that we would ratfuck a case for any chance we got.

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Super upset they don’t have vegan, soy free, wheat free, peanut free, egg free, gluten free, Keto-paleo friendly options. Not hip enough for men I guess I’ll just keep watching Phish concert reruns and keep Dreaming.

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dislike

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I cook this all the time when my in-laws come over.

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There's only 3 pounds in each can, hate it when people lie.

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Why would you keep pancake mix? It’s nutritionally pointless, it requires a flat skillet to cook, etc. This isn’t emergency preparedness it’s stupidity.

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Bunker buster gas after a can of this

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I am thinking about a few only because I spend that daily on eating lunch or dinner out. To cheep not to try

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25 year old broccoli cheesy farts in your bunker. Need a bigger vent fan

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I keep these next to my 10 gallon dehydrated water containers

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Looks like a good deal, but link takes me to something else.

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I have eaten some of these and I have eaten some horse & mule feed from the Feed store.
The horse and mule tasted better, cost less, and last just about as long.

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Years back, our office had this as emergency rations in California in case of earthquake.
It's like eating chewy sawdust, followed by stomach ache, and you shit bricks for 2 days afterwards.
Also seen the same in coast guard ration pack - this stuff would truly be 'last resort' food, and not food to be used to stockpile at your home or bunker.

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I guess I could eat OSB in an emergency if I had to. That is what this looks like.

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Ive tried the westinghouse dehydrated eggs and bacon its edible, its hard to do shelf stable eggs that are good. Anyone eat this?Could you imagine starting to prepare for the apocalypse and bought like 10 box's of this but no chance on anything else before the fallout.......yum

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Looks like a solid deal on price. However, when I look at the six cans, they are all sugar filled. Sure you will need that in moderation but some protein with it would be nice.

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Tac-Mac...nice. But, where do you insert the Glock mags?

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Just buy MREs they are 25$ a box

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curious where you are finding MREs for $25 a box.

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He’ll tell you it’s because he’s in the Army and he gets discounts. He’s a broken record. Guess he doesn’t know he comes across a douche cause every post he has is the same shit.

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So in other words, he's a moron spreading bad info.

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The year 1987

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Link? I'll take 10 cases.

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Deal of the day! Solid.

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$3.76 a pound for beans and rice in a bucket. Only like double Walmart price.

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But Walmart doesn’t give you the cool bucket

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