Nutriseed has announced that it’s given its NuMe Cake in a Cup – part of the “Not So Naughty” range – a facelift with new packaging that confirms its premium, indulgent status. Not just a packaging change – the product has also been enhanced with the inclusion of separate sachets of sugar-free chocolate discs which add extra ooze and even more decadence to an already mouth-watering treat. The original premix itself remains unchanged. The Cake in a Cup is still made to the same high quality and honest standards; integrity without compromise.
The upgraded packaging, which replaces the original red and black with gold, drives home the message that the baking premix is a superior product – a healthy cheat that’s not so naughty; in fact, it’s functional food. Described as a guilt-free cheat and a healthy eating solution that’s as indulgent as it is good for you – the NuMe Cake in a Cup is also really easy to make. You don’t need to be a domestic goddess to whip up this delight.
Confirming its position as a “healthy indulgence” – the premix ingredients include desiccated coconut, cocoa powder, and baking powder (Cream of Tartar and Baking Soda). Water, egg, and oil are added – and for those with a craving for sweetness – honey, fructose or xylitol can be introduced.
Quality, Sophistication, And Superiority
Nutriseed managing director Nadine Hardy-Petzer says, “Our new packaging design reflects our commitment to providing products that use only the finest ingredients and the new look represents the quality, sophistication, and superiority of the product.”
Hardy-Petzer adds that baking doesn’t have to be complicated to be gourmet. “If you don’t agree – just try our Cake in a Cup. It’s a decadent treat you can make, eat and enjoy in less than 10 minutes. It’s especially good if you’re into chocolate – and who isn’t? A guilt-free pleasure that’s good for you.”
Conveniently packed in single-serve pouches, the premix is developed for those who have an appreciation for good health – but still, want convenience and great taste all in one serving. Suitable for those who follow a banting, paleo, wheat- and gluten-free lifestyle – this desert is low-carb (less than 2gm of carbs per serving), high in protein, diabetic-friendly, and GMO-free. The credentials of the NuMe Cake in a Cup speak for themselves!
Described as versatile for good reason – you can add in nuts, berries, or nut butters to change things up. Once it’s cooked, top it with more decadence – grate chocolate over the top, pipe cream and drizzle liqueur over the desert – you can dress it up or down depending on how naughty you want to make it.
The old packaging is currently being phased out and consumers can already expect to see the new gold packaging in store. It retails for around: R50 per box which comes standard with five sachets. It’s available from Pick n Pay, Clicks, independent retailers and all Dischem stores nationwide in the health and wellness or baking aid isles.
For further information go to www https://nutriseed.co.za/
- Always check the strength of your microwave – your cooking time will be determined by its power: 1.5 mins for stronger ovens and 2 minutes for slightly weaker ones.
- If you are introducing any chocolate into the cake mixture, watch that it doesn’t burn.
- When adding any additional ingredients like crushed pecans, you will need to add a little more milk or water than stated on the box.
- If you are using sweeteners like Erythritol make sure you mix in properly. Erythritol makes the mixture liquid at the bottom.
- Turn out or eat straight from the cup.