Whole Note Food Company was founded by Paul and Bonnie Morris. When Paul was diagnosed with celiac disease, he wanted to make gluten-free baked goods instead of traditional, wheat-based recipes.
As he worked on his recipes, he shared his gluten-free mixes with family and autistic children at a school where Bonnie was employed. After getting requests for premade mixes that could be purchased, Whole Note was opened.
Whole Note Food Company Muffin Mixes
I picked the Cappuccino and Dark Chocolate Muffin Mix as our first recipe to try. I like making muffins because there’s so little prep work. Plus, I only have one bowl to clean. The mix directions were easy to follow and only required three ingredients: milk, an egg, and oil. Although the recipe already has plenty of dark chocolate chips, you can add more if you’d like. You can also replace some of the milk with espresso.
Cappuccino and Dark Chocolate Muffin Mix Nutrition
The mix contains the following ingredients: brown rice, buckwheat, teff, flaxseed, millet, oats, and sorghum.
There are 11g of whole grains per serving. One muffin has 12g of sugar.
I compared this to two brands we’ve purchased in the past. One brand has 27g of sugar per serving and the other has 23g. One of them actually has sugar listed as the first ingredient followed by enriched bleached flour. Both are high in sodium, too.
Results After Baking the Muffins
The mix is enough for 12 muffins. Although the directions recommended baking for 25 minutes, I found that my muffins were ready around 20 minutes. You’ll want to check them early. The texture is hearty. However, they aren’t overly dense. There is just a hint of bitterness that’s balanced with the sweetness of the chocolate chips.
Although we are not a gluten-free only household, I have friends and a few family members that suffer from celiac disease. I like that everyone in our family can eat the Cappuccino and Dark Chocolate Muffins while getting the added bonus of 7 whole grains. The muffins are a guilt-free snack and a great breakfast on the go.
So if you’re in the mood for a chocolate snack that’s healthy and tasty, you can purchase Whole Note Baking Mixes here or on their website. Some of their products are also available on Amazon.
Our Virginia Home received a product from Whole Note Food Company for the purpose of a review. However, only our honest opinions were expressed.
Brenda Goldberg says
We don’t have Celiac disease but we eat healthy as my husband has severe heart disease. Chocolate cappucino muffins sound delicious!
Cynthia Schmied says
The muffins look easy to make, call for just a few added ingredients and are healthy. I love muffins with coffee.
Gluten free products are touch and go as far as taste and quality as far as I’ve noticed. However I am always, always willing to try a “new to me” product.
Dandi D says
Muffins are one of my favorite foods and I’d love to try these!
Rose Santuci-Sofranko says
Wow, those look delicious! Guess what I’m craving now? Thanks and God Bless!
I learned the company was founded to have better yummy non-gluten treats for his family. I would like them for my family too!
Eileen Boyce says
My daughters both can’t eat gluten. They have severe side effects from it.
Jenny Ham says
I learned the founder of the company had celiac disease so he came up with things that he could eat but tasted good. And I learned the Cappuccino and Dark Chocolate Muffins have 7 whole grains.