Carrot Walnut Muffin


Finally, you can have your cake and eat it, too! Our Carrot Walnut Muffin is a best-seller for a reason. This vegan gluten-free muffin has a spiced batter brimming with carrots. It's a guilt-free treat combining flavor and nutrition. Packed with vitamin A, plant protein, biotin and potassium. This muffin is a smart choice your taste buds will die for.

A vegan diet helps fight climate change. Animal agriculture is a leading cause of deforestation. We're a proud partner of OneTreePlanted. We plant a tree in the Amazon Rainforest with each purchase.

  • Shelf life 4 days
  • Individually packed with nutritional labels.


Gluten-free rice flour, organic cane sugar, almond flour, brown sugar, coconut milk, certified gluten-free potato starch, certified gluten-free tapioca flour, organic sunflower oil, carrots, walnuts, raisins, organic ceylon cinnamon, molasses, salt, vanilla extract, baking powder.
Frosting: Tofutti vegan cream cheese, vegan butter (soy-free), and powdered sugar.

Allergen: contains almonds and walnuts.

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Nutritional Facts

Shipping and Delivery

We offer NYC local delivery, pickup services, and nationwide shipping. Certain items, like cakes and pies, require next-day delivery, so regions such as the West Coast and Midwest may experience limitations.







Key features

Fiber lowers cholesterol, slows the absorption of sugar, fills you up and keeps you feeling full longer.

Carrots are rich in beta carotene, fiber, potassium, and vitamins A and C, which support healthy vision, immune function, gut health, blood sugar regulation, and protection against toxins and infections.

Baked with certified gluten-free ingredients in our fully gluten-free kitchen

Vegans welcome! Plant-Based/Dairy Free (no eggs, milk, or butter)

Sustainably packaged with repurposed food-safe boxes

Crafted with care over the last 30 years and spanning two generations.

Certified Gluten-free

Our kitchen is fully gluten-free. If you’re Celiac, rest assured we’ve eliminated the risk of cross-contamination. Even without allergy symptoms, you might find that removing gluten creates space for healthier foods in your diet. Replacing traditional flours with almond, oat, tapioca, and coconut enhances flavor and nutritional value. It’s always best to speak with a professional before making major dietary changes. Consult a registered dietitian to ensure your diet remains well-rounded.

Bakers Dozen

We serve our local homeless and migrant shelters and other non-profits on a rotating basis. Groups that promote healthy eating habits and social justice are most important to us. We're currently supporting Bake Sale for Palestine and our nearby community garden. We provide baked goods, funding, and volunteer hours as well.


Carrots are a rich source of beta carotene. This converts into vitamin A (a.k.a. retinol) which the body needs to fight toxins, infections, and inflammation. Carrots also provide fiber and potassium. These promote gut health, regulate blood sugar levels, and feed your microbiome.

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At Sensible, we turn guilty pleasures into healthy snacks with simple, fresh, sustainably sourced food. We advocate for an ingredient-conscious lifestyle that puts the health of people and the planet first.

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