- For a subtle, nutty flavor and a nice health boost, this is a perfect Flour alternative for your long list of gluten-free and paleo recipe options.
- All-natural, gluten-free almond flour.
- Extra fine; ground from pure, blanched almonds.
- High in fiber, gluten-free, no additives or preservatives.
Incredibly nutritious. It’s particularly rich in vitamin E and magnesium, two important nutrients for health.
HEALTH BENEFITS :
- Adding baking with almond flour into your routine will provide you with an assortment of health benefits and can help you cut back on carbs. It's incredibly nutritious and particularly rich in Vitamin E - an antioxidant that aids in the brain, eye, skin, and reproductive health.
- Almond Flour's low glycemic properties and high magnesium content may not only help prevent migraines but help control blood sugar in people with or without type 2 diabetes.
- Plus, Almond Flour's high niacin content is especially helpful for those suffering from inflammation associated with arthritis.
HOW TO USE / CONSUME:
- Almond Flour is an ingredient you'll want to keep on your radar. It adds texture and flavor and is well-loved by those following a paleo diet.
- If creative baking is in your future, try using Almond Flour recipes to experiment with French pastries like macaroons. Or for a divine dessert - - - use almond flour in place of graham cracker crumbs for a no-bake pie crust.
- Make pleasantly crumbly, buttery biscuits, fluffy pancakes, chewy-crisps cookies, or incredibly fudgy brownies with our TGT Almond Flour.
- In addition, it can also be integrated into a variety of savory dishes, like in meatballs as well as a coating for fish and chicken.
- Storing Almond Flour is similar to storing coconut flour. As long as the Almond Flour is unopened, you can store it safely in the pantry. The darker the storage area, the better.
- Almond Flour has a high level of oil, making it prone to oxidizing and going rancid. To maintain freshness, best to store opened pack in the fridge. But we recommend transferring first in an airtight container. Chilly temps tend to draw moisture into the product and cause powdered products to clump.