So, I was talking with my university cafeteria's manager for a class project. After I'd asked her what I needed, we just chatted about the food. I asked if they'd be posting nutritional contents for their breads and sweets table. She goes "Yeah, I don't think people have realized the thing about the muffins yet."
"The fat-free ones. Our pastry chefs make them, and all the other pastries, early each morning. The fat free ones are only 90 calories each. I love them! They totally kill my sweet cravings!"
My first thought was
But then I thought a bit more about it afterward. These muffins are smaller (and lighter and stickier) than regular muffins, but still larger than "mini-muffin" size. They're hand-made each morning, and the kitchen is pretty health conscious.
So, does it seem like these muffins could really be 90 calories?