Vitalicious VitaMuffin Mix, Golden Corn, 14.5-Ounce Packages

Home baking has never been easier or healthier. Now you can bake delicious VitaMuffins and VitaBrownies at home. Each VitaMuffin or VitaBrownie is just 100 Delicious, Vitamin-Fortified Calories.

Quick facts

  • Only 100 delicious calories
  • Low fat, whole grain, 6g fiber, & 3g protein per 2 oz. serving
  • Quick and easy baking instructions
  • Fortified with 15 vitamins and minerals
  • 100% natural – contains no preservatives

Top reviews

The best healthy muffin

I love VitaMuffins, but my supermarket sells one box of 4 muffins for $6.29. Instead I bought the mix, 3 boxes for $16.00, and each box makes 12 muffins. Instead of $1.62 per muffin, the mix only requires water & eggs and works out to about 48 cents per muffin, and very easy to make. That’s a great deal.
ShaniceGreenwood, IN

Delicious, nutrient-packed, fast–

I buy these through the ship-and-save program because they are a staple of my breakfast and midday snack routine.
Light, flavorful, and full of vitamins, these only take 20-25 minutes to bake with minimal extras. I am vegan so I use egg substitutes (3 tbsps flax seed in place of the eggs with 9 Tbs water) and they still bake perfectly.
CamilleManley, NE

The Muffin Tops Are Better

I really like the frozen Corn Muffin Tops, but the mix resulted in a dryer product. I used the paper muffin liners and I think these might have added to the dryness.
AlbertineMartindale, TX

Not a corn muffin for a Cornhusker

I found this muffin to be dry and very disappointing. If I cut it up and put it in a bowl with yogurt, it was OK. Would not order this flavor again.
MartiHolland, OH

spray mix

better then I expected. I notice there was some complaints that the muffins were dry.
So I sprayed the mix before cooking with a butter flavored publix spray which is canola oil.[same as pam butter spray].
This did the trick& they were great
SammyAbington, CT

its not what im used to…but hey its dietetic and healthy

I generally like vitalicious products. The corn muffin, well, for 100 calories it’s not bad. But if you are expecting anything like the sugar/fat laden junk that your local bakery sells, look elsewhere. this is like a healthy makeover that doesn’t quite cut it, but they’re not bad. For the same amount of calories, the chocolate one is more of an indulgence, but this one is good for a bland breakfast treat, especially baked fresh.
My kids are happy to get any extra snacks, so they approve…i send with them to school for a midmorning snack. im glad they get fuel and vitamins.
VernonMadawaska, ME