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5 Ways to Incorporate Sustainable Cricket Protein into Your Diet

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5 Ways to Incorporate Sustainable Cricket Protein into Your Diet

Cricket protein is as nutritious as high-end beef but its production requires 12x less feed, 15x less land, 2000x less water and creates 100x less greenhouse gasses. It’s an opportunity to do something for our health and our environment. Not everyone knows how to include this new food into a regular diet. Let’s take a look at five easy ways to do that.

#1 An afternoon refreshment

Whenever you’re low on energy and it’s time for a break you can grab a cricket protein bar. It’s made from nuts, fruits, and cricket flour – a perfect balance of quality protein, healthy fibre, and delicious taste.

If you’re not after something sweet then you can try cricket protein crackers. They scratch that savoury and crunchy itch while also delivering a lot of protein, fibre, and healthy fats. It’s just dried sunflower seeds, golden flax seeds, cricket flour, and spices.

#2 Sitting down for a meal

Cricket protein can be a part of your favourite meals too. Pasta made from red lentils and cricket flour carries a lot of protein and fibre and has a lower glycaemic index compared to usual wheat pasta. All you need to do is add your favourite sauce and you have a complete meal ready in under 5 minutes.

#3 Snacking on the go

Whether you’re hiking or just having a busy work day with a high risk of skipping a meal you need a nutrient dense snack that will give your body all the essentials. Serious cricket protein bars will keep you satiated for a long time with 20 g of quality protein per serving.

#4 Refuelling after a workout

Cricket protein can be a part of your workout routine too. With a chocolate cricket protein blend you can give your hungry muscles all the protein they need. No sugar, no dairy, no farts.

#5 Cooking and baking

Cricket flour itself can be a part of your cooking and baking. It boosts every recipe with quality protein, easily absorbable iron, vitamin B12, and extra fibre. And the cool thing is that you won’t even know it’s there because of its very mild flavour.



114 reviews
Great taste

I really love the taste it is an amazing snack for after my training not to sweet so absolutely great also during the training. I can absolutely recommend it to everyone!

Positively surprised!

At first I was a little bit skeptical about the flavour but it tastes awesome.
I will buy it again for sure!

Try it! For real!!!

Very good taste and a + for the environment too. Definitely worth giving it a try;)

My employees and kids liked it very much

Pretty good

Erfüllt alle Erwartungen

Ich habe mir schon länger vorgenommen auf insektenbasiertes Essen (und vor allem Protein) umzusteigen und bin hier bei sens fündig geworden! Das ganze Konzept ist einfach hervorragend! Leider bin ich nicht wirklich wählerisch was Essen angeht, deswegen auch kein allzu großer Foodkritiker, aber fand alle Produkte sehr lecker und gesund sind sie ja sowieso. Firmen wie sens und ihre Produkte sind definitiv die Zukunft!