Chia & Cacao Choc Chip Brownie Baking Mix

(3 customer reviews)

£3.99 - £5.49

Gluten-Dairy-Wheat-Nut Safe Brownie Baking Mix

250g £3.99

 

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Description

Who doesn’t love brownies? We’re sure many of our customers love gooey and delicious brownies, however making them from scratch can sometimes be a daunting task! If you love chocolate, baking and you’re looking for a quick and easy ready-to-make brownie to make at home, then this Creative Nature’s Chia & Cacao Brownie Mix is the choice for you!

There is no other brownie mix like this, anywhere! If you can’t eat gluten, dairy, nuts, soya, coconut, sweeteners or refined sugars, then we’ve got you covered! We even have a vegan recipe on pack for all our vegan customers who want to indulge in chocolatey brownies by following just a few simple steps.

Creative Nature’s Chia & Cacao Brownie Mix is a good source of Magnesium, which supports healthy bones & teeth as well as Iron, which is important in making red blood cells to help carry oxygen around the body. Whoever thought that a delicious dessert can be quick, simple to make and also provide you with some key nutrients?! You can simply make them as they are by following our steps on the pack, or you can make them even more incredible by using mix-ins of your choice! Some of the members of our team for example, love adding marshmallows or chocolate candy!

INGREDIENTS: Unrefined Cane Sugar, Brown Rice Flour, Cacao Powder (12%), Chocolate Chips (Sugar, Cocoa (34%) (cocoa butter, cocoa mass), Rice powder, Coconut oil, emulsifier (sunflower lecithin)), Chia Seeds (4%), Psyllium Husk, Baking Powder (mono calcium phosphate, corn starch, sodium bicarbonates), Himalayan Crystal Salt

Nutritional Information Per 100g Per 44g serving, as prepared to the standard vegan recipe.
Energy/Energie/Valor Energético (kcal) 381 138
Energy/Energie/ Valor Energético (kJ) 1608 576
Fat/Fett/Grasas (g) 7.2  7.8
Saturates/Saturadas (g) 3.5 2.1
Carbs/Kohlenhydrate/Hidratos de Carbono (g) 76.3 16.4
Sugars/Zucker/Azúcares (g) 47.4 9.9
Fibre/Ballaststof/Fibra alimentaria (g) 7.4 1.9
Protein/Eiweiß/Proteínas (g) 6.9 1.7
Salt/Salz/Sal (mg) 0.1 0.2

 

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JUST ADD
• 3 Large Eggs
• 125g Butter/Dairy Free Spread
HOW TO MAKE
• Preheat oven to 180°C/400°F/Gas Mark 6.
• Soften the butter slightly in the microwave.
• Add all ingredients, along with the contents of the pack, into a mixing bowl and beat together until smooth (start slowly so the powder doesn’t go everywhere!)
• Carefully spoon the mixture into a 20cm x 20cm baking tin, without eating too much raw mixture from the bowl.
• Bake between 20-25 mins, depending on the level of squidgeyness you require.

 

VEGAN RECIPE
• 3 tbsp Milled Flaxseed
• 9 tbsp water
• 125g Dairy Free Spread
HOW TO MAKE
• In a bowl, mix the flaxseed and water, then leave to stand for about 10 mins, until gloopy.
• Preheat oven to 180°C/400°F/Gas Mark 6.
• Add all ingredients, along with the contents of the pack, into a mixing bowl and beat together until smooth (start slowly so the powder doesn’t go everywhere!). Add a splash of water if mixture is a bit dry.
• Carefully spoon the mixture into a 20cm x 20cm baking tin, without eating too much raw mixture from the bowl.
• Bake between 20-25 mins, depending on the level of squidgeyness you require.
• Leave to cool before eating.
• Leave to cool before eating.

3 reviews for Chia & Cacao Choc Chip Brownie Baking Mix

  1. Bex

    I’ve been using this mix for a while as it’s lower in sugar than most I’ve seen. I really like it, so easy to make and easy to add in bits to customise your brownies. My favourite is to add extra cocoa powder to make them really rich tasting.

  2. Cornelia Libal

    this is amazing! I eat plant based and have a few food sensitivities (soy, corn, …) and finding recipes that work for me, let alone a baking mix, is nearly impossible. I haven’t had a brownie in over 4 years so I was close to tears when I found this, baked it and it tasted delicious! I substituted half the vegan spread for blended kidney beans to lower fat content and up fibre and other nutrients. They came out fantastic and my son is happily taking them with his packed lunch to school. Price wise it is very reasonable! I went to a vegan bakery in London the other day and got two small (!) pieces of cake. They cost 3 times as much as a whole pack of brownie mix.

  3. Kath

    I’ve used this brownie mix numerous times and it’s always a success. I usually add small amount of chopped walnuts to the mix and sometimes I melt dark chocolate and do some swirl / lines across the top of the brownies and then let them cool. Delicious!

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