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Namaste Foods Sugar-Free Muffin Mix
Gluten Free 397 g
These muffins are just as wonderful and versatile as Namaste's regular muffin mix but contain no sugar or sweetener. Just add raspberries, blueberries, orange peel, nuts, poppy seeds, chocolate chips, etc. and/or fruit juice concentrate in place of water and you'll get perfect results every time!

Contains No:
  • Wheat
  • Gluten
  • Soy
  • Corn
  • Potato
  • Dairy
  • Casein
  • Peanuts
  • Tree nuts
Features:
  • Gluten- Free
  • Non-GMO
  • All natural
  • No preservatives
  • Kosher certified
Directions: Add eggs, oil, water or fruit juice.

Ingredients: Sweet brown rice flour, brown rice flour, tapioca flour, arrowroot flour, rice milk powder, cream of tartar, baking soda, salt, xanthan gum, ground vanilla bean.



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Wendy: about a week ago

I don't know why these get such great raves,it was by far the worst muffin mix I have ever had....was very thick dough and when I gave a little taste I gagged. I added some blueberries and a bit of maple syrup and it was still very nasty.


Pat: a few months ago

They reminded us of biscuits. I added apple sauce. Great for breakfast.


helene: a few months ago

Delicious muffin mix. I added mashed bananas to the mix. very good flavour, will buy again


Michel: a few months ago

Excellent muffin mix. Easy to bake. I added strawberries and it tastes good !


Corina: a few months ago

The most delicious gf mix I have had yet. Fresh from the oven they are like a muffin. Yummy with earth spread dairy free butter. A few days later they remind me of old fashioned tea biscuits. I slice them and use to make small sandwiches.


April: a few months ago

I was extremely disappointed when I received this mix. It claims to have "no sugar added", but that isn't true. There is brown rice syrup added, which is a form of sugar. My diet is very restricted and I can't have any sugar, so this was disappointing. The syrup also isn't listed on the ingredients on this website, but it is on the box.


Angela: more than a year ago

These were not at all my cup of tea. I added lemon zest and blueberries and still found them to be very bland. Even when fully cooked (toothpick came out squeaky clean), they looked like raw dough when taken from the oven. The texture was not muffin-like at all, more like a scone or tea biscuit. I read all the positive reviews before purchasing, so I had high hopes. Unfortunately, I won't be putting these on my keeper list. I should note that this was my first purchase of a gluten-free mix so I've got nothing as a basis to use for comparison.


Elizabeth: more than a year ago

The first time I made these I rated them 3 out of 5, but I made them again and added chia seeds and two healing teaspoons of coconut palm sugar and this time, they are delicious!


Amanda: more than a year ago

The texture was great; however, the box will taste just as good as the final product. Very disappointed. Not worth the money.


Lianne: more than a year ago

I made the mix exactly as the instructions indicated and the muffins turned out great. They didn't have the gritty texture other gluten free mixes tend to have. The flavour was very bland though and the texture was more like a tea biscuit then a muffin. Next time I'm going to replace the water with juice and add nuts or blueberries. These would also taste good as a dinner side with cheese added to the mix.

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