What wet ingredients do I add?
All of the instructions are on the back of each LAZY Mix and are super easy to follow.
To finish off Chillers Choc Chip Cookies, you’ll just need to add 3 tablespoons of almond milk (or any plant-based milk) and 2.5 tablespoons of coconut oil.
To finish the Breezy Muesli Bars, just add 1 teaspoon of vanilla, 1/4 cup of coconut oil and 1/3 cup brown rice syrup. You can use honey as a substitute for brown rice syrup if you’re not vegan.
You’ll only need to add water to the Slackers Seeded Crackers!
Are LAZY Mixes suitable for those on a vegan diet?
Yes! At the core of LAZY Mix is designing delicious baking mixes, for everyone—vegans included. There are no dairy products in the mixes, and all the wet ingredients added are dairy-free also. LAZY Mixes are also perfect for those who aren’t familiar catering for vegan diets – everything you add is something you’d use too…we don’t expect you to make a chia egg like some other baking mixes do!
I’m gluten free—is there a LAZY Mix for me?
All LAZY Mixes are for you! LAZY Mixes are and always will be gluten free. We promise baking with LAZY will be delicious, and not just “delicious for gluten-free!”. The Chillers Choc Chip Cookies Mix uses a gluten-free flour blend including rice, potato and tapioca. For the Breezy Muesli Bars, there aren’t any oats used but instead quinoa flakes to give an oaty feel to the bar!
My children’s school doesn’t allow nuts, will LAZY mixes still be suitable?
None of our LAZY Mixes contain nuts, so are perfect for school lunchboxes! We spoke with you all at the market and realised that this is super common so set out to make sure we had a range for all lunchboxes.
Can I recycle the pouch that the mix comes in?
We recommend re-using the pouch first by rinsing it out and drying upside down. When you are ready to throw it out, peel both the labels off and recycle the pouch at your local soft-plastics recycling bin. There are heaps of these bins around, most likely at your local supermarket! You can find the closest to you here.
I like to support local—is LAZY Mix a NZ owned business?
LAZY Mix is owned and operated in New Zealand. Design, printing, pouches and manufacturing are all sourced locally. Supporting LAZY is not just supporting one kiwi business—but all the local businesses behind the scenes.