Containing 100% crickets (yep that’s bugs you read correctly) these have been roasted and ground into a fine powder. So why are they great for those of us wanting to up our protein intake? Well they contain 62% protein, not only is this protein low in sugar and high in fibre but it’s a complete protein containing all of the essential Amino Acids. Cricket powder is also a great source of Iron, Vitamin B12 and Calcium.
It is important to realise that Cricket powder is not your usual protein powder, mild and nutty it works best when used as an addition to baking and drinks. From adding it to your morning fruity smoothie, or into brownies and bread, it’s versatility will astound you. Head to the recipe page on Eat Grub for a whole host of ideas on how Crickets can be added to your diet.
Created by friends Shami and Neil, Eat Grub was born to encourage a new generation of food lovers to embrace the nutritious benefits that bugs can bring. High in nutrients and containing low levels of complex fats they are a great addition to any diet and especially those who suffer from digestive problems caused by food intolerances like dairy.
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- Cricket powder contains Gluten
- If you are allergic to Shellfish there is a high probability that you are allergic to insects too.