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Hostess Launches New Line of Muffins

Just in time for back to school, Hostess, the maker of America’s most popular snack cakes, has launched a new line of portable and delicious muffins for families on the go.  Baked with whole grains as well as real fruit, chocolate and nuts, Hostess’ new muffins are available in Blueberry, Banana Nut and Chocolate Chip varieties.

New Hostess muffins also provide additional nutritional benefits – each muffin provides a good source of fiber and is 150 calories. Each 10.5 ounce package includes six individually wrapped muffins.

They only thing I wish is that the box held more than size muffins. We are a family of four so we would have only two left over if we all had one for breakfast. I wish the box came with 10 or 12.  But they are fabulous and taste amazing.

“Hostess has been producing delicious baked goods for generations,” said Mike Touhey, Vice President of Snack Marketing for Hostess Brands.  “As consumers continue to look for convenient breakfast and snack options to start their days off right – especially families stretched for time as they start the new school year – Hostess’ new line of muffins delivers the great taste and convenience that consumers expect from Hostess with additional nutritional benefits.”  

New Hostess muffins are available today in stores across the country.

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Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She has four children and they currently reside in Texas.


  1. We love Hotsees prodcuts and was wondering what was the calorie and fat count per muffin? I can agree with you on the muffin count could be bigger per box.

  2. Yum – I wonder if they’re as good as Otis Spunkmeyer!? That’s my strongest memories after giving birth to my first daughter – they gave me these really tasty muffins and string cheese. Weird i guess.

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