Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What makes a Modern Muffin modern?
A: All of our flavors are original recipes, created as unique spin offs of your well-known favorites. For example, instead of a lemon poppy seed, we have orange pineapple poppy seed. There are no artificial ingredients or flavors in any of our muffins. Most muffins you find on the market are made with bleached flour and tons of added sugar and oil. We have modernized ours by using high quality ingredients and lots of fruit to sweeten the muffins instead of the added sugar. We also individually wrap our muffins to keep them fresher, enabling you to enjoy them as a perfect grab-and-go snack or breakfast.
Q: What is the shelf life of your muffins?
A: They will be fine for 3-4 days on your kitchen counter or on-the-go since they are individually wrapped. But because there are no artificial ingredients or preservatives in our muffins, the best way to keep them for optimum freshness is 2 weeks in the refrigerator or 6 months in the freezer.
Q: How long do the muffins take to ship once I order?
A: Once the order is processed and the muffins are baked, we ship USPS 2-day shipping. There are very few instances where they'll take 3 days. We always recommend putting them directly in your freezer where they will stay fresh for months.
Q: Where can I find the ingredients and nutrition facts?
A: All information is located on our website under the SHOP section > Products. On each muffin product page, there is the nutrition facts and ingredients underneath.
Q: Do you have a dairy-free flavor?
A: Yes, we do! Our apple applesauce muffin is completely dairy-free.
Q: Do you have a gluten-free muffin?
A: Not at this time, but it's always a possibility in the future!
Q: What is in your protein blend that use for the High Protein muffins?
A: These muffins are very unique, because we do not use whey protein! It's an organic plant-based protein made of: pea protein, sprouted brown rice protein, amaranth sprout, buckwheat sprout, millet sprout, quinoa sprout, garbanzo bean sprout, lentil sprout, adzuki bean sprout, flax seed sprout, sunflower seed sprout, pumpkin seed sprout, chia seed sprout, sesame seed sprout, tapioca fiber, chia seed, and flax meal.
They also contain 44 organic superfoods: spinach, baobab, apple, beet, broccoli, carrot, tomato, green bell pepper, brussels sprout, ginger, garlic, onion, strawberry, cherry, parsley, cauliflower, blackberry, cabbage, blueberry, raspberry, kale, cucumber, celery, asparagus.