Organic Chia & Mulberry Muffin Mix



Gluten-Dairy-Nut Free


Serves 9

  • Easy to bake with only 4 ingredients
  • Vegan and standard recipe on pack

Gluten-free perfectly fluffy choc chip muffins

When we decided to use our superfoods to create tasty, healthy baking mixes, we wanted it to cater for everyone, and we needed something nut free as I’m allergic to nuts! So after doing a lot of research and spending every evening after work in the kitchen, we came up with the perfect recipe that caters for all allergens, is organic and also has a high enough percentage of superfoods to offer tested health claims.

Julianne Ponan - CEO

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The UK’s first ever Organic, Allergen Free, Refined Sugar Free, Superfood Home Baking Muffin Mix!

We like to stay ahead of the curve here at Creative Nature and we’ve definitely managed it here with the UK’s first organic, top 14 allergen free, refined sugar free, superfood home baking muffin mix! No one is missing out with this mix. Not only does our packaging host a standard recipe, but a vegan recipe too.

You can’t go wrong with these Chia Seed and Mulberry Muffins as a delicious gluten free treat, perfect with a cup of tea or as a sneaky afternoon treat. This quick and easy to bake mix is perfect for both beginner bakers and veterans alike. If you want to make this a vegan gluten free dessert to impress those around you, you can even add your own twists by adding more fruit or even dairy free chocolate. The customisation of this mix is truly endless.

Why not surprise your friends and family with this delicious treat the next time you mean, or better yet, make them together. Nut free baking can be a brilliant and fun way to spend that next day off. Why not challenge each other to see who can decorate their muffins the best? 

Be sure to check out our recipes page and social media to see our easy recipe ideas. Don’t forget to tag us in your own creations, we love to see them. 

If you’d like to know how easy it is to make this ‘delicious without doubt’ mix, make sure to click on the ‘How to use me’ tab. 

Top 14 Allergen Free means: Peanut Free, Tree Nut Free, Egg Free, Soya Free, Wheat Free, Milk Free, Sesame Free, Lupin Free, Celery Free, Mustard Free, Sulphites Free, Molluscs Free, Crustaceans Free, Fish Free. Our Products are also fully Nut free, Gluten Free and Vegan with no ‘May Contains’. 


Brown Rice Flour*, Unrefined Cane Sugar* Dried Mulberries* (18%), Pea Protein*, Chia Seeds* (4%), Baking Powder (Mono Calcium Phosphate*, Corn Starch*, Raising Agent: Sodium Bicarbonates*)

*Organically certified

Typical values Per 100g Per 40g serving*
Energy 1540 kJ 550 kJ
364 kcal 131 kcal
Fat 3.6 g 6.4 g
of which saturates 0.8 g 1.6 g
Carbohydrates 69 g 14 g
of which sugars 48 g 10 g
Dietary Fibre 3.3 g 0.7 g
Protein 12 g 4 g
Salt trace trace

*as prepared to the standard recipe


  • 400g Muffin Mix
  • 4 large eggs (or 5tbsp Chia Seeds + 15tbsp water for vegan recipe)
  • 200g butter (or dairy free spread for vegan recipe)
  • 5ml vanilla essence


  • (vegan recipe only) In a food processor or pestle & mortar, grind the Chia Seeds until fine. Mix in a bowl with the water and leave to sit for 5 mins, or until gloopy.
  • Preheat oven to 150 c/300 f/ Gas Mark 2
  • Add all of the ingredients to a mixing bowl and beat together until smooth (start of slowly so the flour doesn’t go everywhere!).
  • Spoon the mix into muffin or cupcake cases (we use silicon moulded for best results)
  • Bake for 25 mins or until golden brown, then remove and enjoy warm.


  • Adding a little indulgence with 50g of dark chocolate chips
  • Getting a little fruity by spreading jam over your muffins

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We love seeing how your baking turns out so tag us and let us know!

7 reviews for Organic Chia & Mulberry Muffin Mix

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  1. Sarah

    Healthy and yummy. I added blueberries to mine

  2. Kath

    Love these so easy to make I added some fresh blueberries and some broken up 70 per cent dark chocolate as happen to have both in the fridge. Also put a few pumpkin seeds on the top. I used Pure dairy free spread in mine. Very moorish my boyfriend loved them too.

  3. Nicola Lockley

    I made the vegan recipe, adding a drop of banana flavouring for a bit of oomph. They turn out great! They are healthy and taste ‘good for you’ so they really are a good treat for family and friends. I stretched the mixture to fill 12 muffin cups but would make 9 larger ones next time.

  4. laurence-huber (verified owner)

    I bought it and made them as soon as I heard about them. They are stunning. Add Nothing to them, and even my partner who is fussy, loved them.

  5. Angie

    Absolutely Fabulous,Picked up a bag from Homesense and I am hooked.
    I add dark chocolate nibs and eat them warm so the chocolate is gooey.
    A staple in my pantry.

  6. Kat

    So easy to make & delicious, I will make them again!

  7. Karen

    I overcooked them a little bit, didn’t add any extras. Recently no wheat diet and these were just what I needed with a cuppa. Like the crunchieness

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