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COOKING & BAKING CRICKET PROTEIN FLOUR

€5,99

Amount:
100g pack
Box 5x 100g

COOKING & BAKING CRICKET PROTEIN FLOUR

€5,99

High protein

Up to 8x more protein for your muscless

NATURAL TASTE

Made with Ingredients you’re familiar

SUSTAINABLE FOOD

Less CO2 emission & water

BALANCED NUTRITION

High in fiber, healthy fats, prebiotics

ALLERGY-FRIENDLY

Gluten-free, Lactose-free

Maximal protein
intake

minimal
CO2 emissions

Add this powder as an ingredient (10-20%) to your favourite recipe to make it healthier and more nutritious.

  • Protein & fibre rich
  • High quality protein
  • Gluten-free
  • Low carb & sugar
  • Rich in B12, iron & calcium

A real sustainable alternative to wheat flour

  • Low in protein & fibre
  • Low quality protein
  • Contains gluten
  • High carbohydrate content
  • No B12, low in iron & calcium

Natural Taste from Ingredients You Can Read

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cricket flour

*FOR A DETAILED LIST OF INGREDIENTS AND ALLERGENS PLEASE CHECK THE NUTRITIONAL FACTS SECTION BELOW

A SUSTAINABLE
SOURCE OF PROTEIN

High-quality protein

We use cricket protein because it provides the same nutritional value as meat but with a much lower impact on our environment. Crickets need fewer natural resources than traditional livestock and they produce 100x less greenhouse gasses than cattle. They are the perfect complement to plants. Cricket powder carries all essential amino acids, vitamin B12, calcium, and bioavailable iron. These nutrients are often low or missing from a plant-based diet.

cricket vs cow

2000x

less water

15x

less land

12x

less feed

nutritional facts
made easy

70 g

protein

0 g

sugar

9.5 g

fiber

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Nutrition information

100 g

Per 11 g (2 TBSP)

Energy value

1939 kJ / 463 kcal

213 kJ / 51 kcal

Fat

20 g

2.2 g

of which saturates

5.2 g

0.6 g

Carbohydrates

0.5 g

0.1 g

of which sugars

0 g

0 g

Fibre

9.5 g

1.5 g

Protein

70 g

7.7 g

Salt

0.8 g

0.1 g

Iron

5.67 mg

0.62 mg

Vitamin B12

5.76 μg

0.63 μg


Ingredients: House cricket (Acheta domesticus) (100 %).

Allergens: People who are allergic to molluscs and crustaceans or dust mites may have an allergic reaction to crickets. May contain traces of soy.


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FAQ

Cricket protein powder has only one ingredient, crickets. There are no additives, chemicals, or preservatives, just 100% crickets. After opening, store it in a closed container in the fridge.

Sometimes called also cricket flour. Our powder is not a replacement for regular flour, such as wheat flour. You could mix it with a different type of flour, or just add it to your favourite recipe. You can add the cricket protein powder to any of your favourite recipe and boost it with protein, vitamin B12, and iron. You can start with: smoothies, pancakes, cookies, muffins, nachos, banana bread, omelettes, soups, biscuits, puddings etc.

The sens cricket protein powder only adds a nutritious boost and has almost no flavour. Hence, we do not recommend eating it as it is. If you are looking for protein powder for drinking, try our CHOCOLATE CRICKET PROTEIN BLEND.

Customer Reviews

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Martina Lesáková (Czechia)
do snídaňové kaše

vynikající i do ranní kaše :)

J
Johannes Thöne (Germany)
Cricket Protein Pizza <3

For the dough:
200 g Weath flour or spelt flour
100 g Cooking & Baking Cricket Protein Flour
450 g Magerquark
1 ½ TL Baking powder
1 ½ TL Salt

For the Pizza ag:
as much as you want: Tomato paste or Tomatensauce
as much as you want: Spices
as much as you want: Cheese
...

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g.p. (Slovenia)
Excellent protein supplement

The powder is basically tasteless, or rather, taste bit nutty. So, it's perfect protein supplement and you would never guess the origin - HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT!

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Andreas (Austria)
Versatile

As the powder is basically tasteless, it can be added to pretty much any recipe containing any type of flower.
My personal favorite recipe for an after training meal:
1 egg, 1 spoon cricket flour, 1 spoon tapioca starch, 1 spoon maroni flour, 1 banana. Mix and then fry in a pan...

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