Tigernut flour is one of those flours that you look at on a health food store shelf and wonder what exactly you’d do with it. I had that moment too, but it’s health benefits won me over. So I got to work in the kitchen and started experimenting, and discovered that this is one multipurpose flour that works for essentially everything! I’ve made muffins, cakes, loaves, pies and tarts using this flour so far and everytime it’s a 1:1 replacement for regular flour and comes out awesome
So I got to work in the kitchen and started experimenting, and discovered that this is one multipurpose flour that works for essentially everything!
I’ve made muffins, cakes, loaves, pies and tarts using this flour so far and just using a 1:1 replacement for regular flour, it has come out awesome, every time!
Tigernuts are naturally harvested and come straight from the ground. However, these Tigernuts go through a unique milling process turning Tigernuts into flour whilst retaining the complete nutrition profile and naturally sweet flavour. Tigernut Flour can be a great alternative to traditional types of flour & meal and it is ideal for all types of baked goods.
Why is tigernut flour good for me?
- PRESERVING YOUR INNER ECOSYSTEM
Maintaining our body’s micro-flora is a tricky balancing act. Tiger Nuts are an essential source of a dietary fibre known as resistant starch. As the name suggests these fibres are able to resist digestion, meaning they are prebiotics. Put simply, prebiotics are essential to grow the probiotics needed for your digestive system to work effectively. High fibre consumption has also been linked with lower risk of obesity, diabetes & some forms of cancer. High in fibre, rich in flavour, Tiger Nuts help maintain our overall wellness, beginning with the gut.
Tigernuts are rich source of vitamin E, part of the ‘antioxidant family’. A high antioxidant diet will boost immune health & strengthen your ability to fight infection & disease. One handful/serving of Tigernuts contains 30-40% of the adequate daily intake.
Tigernuts are very high in iron. Iron is an important element in creating oxygen dense red blood cells, which in turn, promotes a healthy immune system. Tigernuts contain twice the amount of iron as red meat. Pretty good for a root vegetable!
Potassium is a crucial mineral which is needed to help key organs function normally by protecting blood vessels. Beans, yoghurt, bananas, avocados, fish & coconuts, tigernuts contain more potassium than them all.
- 750g bag
- Naturally Harvested
- Packaged in Australia
- Made in Spain