Bakedin Gingerbread Mug Cake Mix 150g

Baked In Belgian Chocolate Mug Brownie Mix (3 Sachets) 165g

Baked In

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*** Great Taste Award Winner for 2018 ***

A pack of three delicious Belgian chocolate mug brownie mixes. Make 3 irresistible microwave brownies from a box in just 2 minutes, perfect topped with vegan ice cream, Food Heaven whipped cream or vegan marshmallows.

With this cake in a mug kit, you really can have a gooey brownie in a mug straight from the microwave! Baked In have perfected this recipe over years of taste tests and trials, and we're pretty certain we now have the best mug brownie recipe out there! 

Bake a cake in a mug in 60 seconds - just add vegan butter and plant-based milk and bake in a microwave in 60 seconds. Tastes delicious with a scoop of vegan vanilla ice cream on top too!

  • Vegan
  • No Palm Oil 
  • Made in Britain 
  • Uses award winning, locally sourced flour

Contains 3 individual mug mixes.

WHATS IN THE BOX

Contains 3 x separately packed portions of Belgian Chocolate Mug Brownie Mix.

You'll need (per portion):

  • 1 tbsp (15g) plant-based butter, oil
  • 2 tbsp (30ml) plant-based milk or water
  • 1 x mug

165g

Ingredients

Caster sugar, self-raising flour (wheat flour, raising agents (sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate), statutory nutrients (calcium, niacin, iron, thiamin), Belgian dark chocolate chunks (16%) (sugar, cocoa mass, cocoa butter, emulsifier: soy lecithin, natural vanilla flavouring), fat reduced cocoa powder (8%).

Allergens: for allergens, see ingredients in bold.

May contain traces of milk and nuts

Meet the Maker

The Baked In story began back in May 2013. Joe and his good friend Anna had been lift sharing to work for a few months, and on a journey on the M3 the conversation moved onto the subject of baking. They both loved to cook and had the idea of a time saving baking kit that still gave the full baking from scratch experience but with a little less hassle – and so the Baked In baking kit was born. Joined by their friend Elaina, a plan was hatched to test their idea. A school fete, artisan market and high street food festival later and it was clear the public loved the idea.

Not long after, they picked up their first stockist and launched an additional product range – mug baking mixes. The business grew steadily, but working a demanding day job and spending evenings and weekends working on the business meant that a crossroads was soon reached. After raising a round of seed investment, Joe quit his day job to manage the business full time, hired his first employees and the rest is history.