Um. Nearly 500 calories for a Starbucks blueberry muffin. What the FRANCE do they put in them?! That's pretty gross.
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  • cherryhealeyUm. Nearly 500 calories for a Starbucks blueberry muffin. What the FRANCE do they put in them?! That's pretty gross.

  • skalovingeekIt's aimed at being a breakfast replacement
  • fionadeeleyI'm more alarmed that it costs 30p extra for the privilege of 'eating in'!
  • yefreminic@kerryedwards I completely agree..I've never understood that concept
  • lia_billimoreI bought a Brian Turner sandwich once at a petrol station & it was 900 calories!! Fatty Turner we now call him (obvs!(
  • laurawillis79Gross
  • alexmaria_I always think "ill go to Starbucks for something healthy" nothing in there is healthy
  • moneyforjamAnd they NEVER taste of anything. It's extremely calorific air?!
  • shannon_on_onYes, and they are at least 3 times the size of what a muffin used to be now :-/
  • reelalaBom
  • reelala*vom
  • ladyshoultsMmmmmhmmmmmmm.
  • jessie.bullasWhy on earth do they charge more to eat in?
  • wanderkiwiBritish tax- nothing to do with the cafes
  • jesuismimi_@carladanae oh nooo. Good job we didnt go for cake and coffee there today!
  • sarah_ellenjIt is crazy. Same in costa.. The only treat I usually end up having after weighing up whether its worth it now is a biscotti at a sweet 120 kcal!!
  • veraspiritSwitch to goji berries and healthy seeds or nuts. Much better alternative to stable energy levels through the day ;)
  • faithbean9Expensive too!
  • picskaren@wanderkiwi - same in Ireland donor sure it's a British Tax thing! @faithstow - those muffins are even MORE expensive here in Ireland, not just your average hiked up price from the Stg/Eur conversion.
  • picskaren*so not sure (donor!!)
  • tamskirkSometimes ignorance is bliss. I'd rather read it in the small print lol @cherryhealey
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