At home I saw a Goldilocks paper bag at the dining table. It had two items inside, a banana and blueberry muffin. Since blueberry muffins is a rareity for me, I decided to give it a try.
The muffin was generally soft. The top, which I personally call the muffin umbrella, was shiny light brown having random spots of different shades of grey to black, which shows the existence of the blueberry.
The muffin stump has the same soft texture of the umbrella and is covered by a muffin cup that we usually throw away.
I sliced the muffin in to further analyze its insides. It had a concentrated filling of blueberry inside.
It was moist inside when I tried to taste it, but somehow the blueberry did not do a fine job of presenting itself from the dough. I wish it had a stronger taste. Anyways, it was a good snack for an afternoon delight. Now back to work.
By the way, the Goldilocks Blueberry Muffin costs 28 Pesos a piece.