Try these delicious cricket flour recipes, many of them gluten-free, dairy-free, free from added sugar and Paleo friendly. Cricket flour is super versatile, contains 60% protein, and tastes a bit like hazelnuts. I’ve had a lot of fun developing these cricket flour recipes, and I genuinely think the cricket flour adds a warm, delicious flavour to all of them. If you want to be creative, you should start by replacing 10% of the flour mix in a recipe with cricket flour, or 5% of the overall ingredients, and you will notice the subtle difference. For savoury recipes you can add slightly more. It’s such a great way to add more natural, high- quality protein to your diet. Feel free to share your own, creative cricket flour recipes with me!
These super healthy and delicious banana pancakes with cricket flour are gluten-free and Paleo friendly. Try adding a dash of spices like cinnamon, cloves or cardamom, and they’re also great with raisins, dry currants or goji berries.
These delicious sweet potato and cricket crackers are completely Paleo friendly, super crispy and have a lovely nutty flavour due to the almonds and macademia nuts. The sweet potato gives them a subtle sweetness, and the cricket flour lends a […]
By Jenny Tschiesche – The recipe I’ve created is using the cricket flour alongside arrowroot and psyllium to give it the right texture in a muffin. They’re also very low in sugar (just two tbsp of added coconut sugar and […]
This recipe is created by the lovely Suzie from http://www.alternativeageing.net/
I am sharing another healthy and nutritious Jamie Oliver recipe, with my own vegetarian twist for non-meat eaters. It’s easy, yummy and can be prepared […]
We love the amazing, protein-packed cricket pasta from Bugsolutely. With 20g protein per 100g, it really packs a punch, tastes really delicious and keeps you fuller for much longer than normal pasta. It is really versatile as well, there […]
Beautifully crunchy and sweet chocolate cookies, the perfect remedy to any problem!
Ingredients: makes about 15
- 150g coconut oil (I used Lucy Bee)
- 170g unrefined light muscovado sugar – or coconut sugar would work well too, I’m sure, if you are […]
Why settle for a bowl of cereal when you can have a nutritious smoothie bowl?
This nutritionist-designed bowl of goodness is not just brimming with nutrients, but also tastes like dessert and who wouldn’t want to start their day with a […]
Makes: 6 patties
Ingredients: SWEET POTATO, ZUCCHINI & CRICKET FLOUR LATKES
- 3 cups grated sweet potato (about 2 medium sweet potatoes)
- 1 cup grated zucchini (once squeezed) about 1 medium zucchini
- 2 tbsp almond meal
- 2 tbsp cricket flour
- 4 eggs […]
I accidentally-on-purpose made an amazingly delicious gluten free protein cake this weekend.
On purpose because we had a birthday in the house; accidentally because I’d experimented with altering a recipe—and didn’t realise that my oven thermostat was broken.
It was a lemon […]
If you’re not already eating insects, you’re doing 2016 wrong.
In a year that’s all about sustainable living, insects are the way forward. Long a favourite of the clever South and Central Americans, insects are super high in protein (the little […]