From the tropical fields of Brazil, meet Premium Cassava Flour, your new best friend for life. A new generation, neutral tasting, Paleo-friendly, perfect-for- baking, soft and fluffy flour.
Cassava flour is one of the preferred baking ingredients used to substitute normal wheat flour in a 1:1 ratio in many Paleo recipes.
- Perfect for wheat and gluten intolerant individuals as it is naturally wheat and gluten free.
- Although the price exceeds that of ordinary flour, it remains competitive relative to other Gluten, Wheat, Grain or Nut- free flours.
- There is currently no such product sold that we are aware of in South Africa.
- Originally a staple food in South America and Middle Africa
- The same fluffy texture and mild neutral flavour of ordinary wheat flour
- GMO-free, Gluten-Free, Grain-Free, and Nut-Free
- Substitutes 1:1 with ordinary wheat flour in many of your favourite recipes, so swapping is as easy as pie.
Cassava, also known as manioc, is a plant that grows in tropical climates close to the equator. Cassava roots are also the source of tapioca starch and similar products labeled as tapioca flour. The current conventional name for products, other than flour, derived from cassava is “tapioca.”
Serving Size 1/8 cup (15g)
Servings per container: about 30
Amount per serving / %Daily Values*
- Calories - 57
- Calories from fat - 0,75
- Total Fat <1g / 0%
- Saturated Fat- 0%
- Cholesterol - 0mg / 0%
- Sodium- 0mg / 0%
- Total Carbohydrate - 14g / 5%
- Saturated Fat - / 4%
- Sugars - 0.15g /
- Protein- 0.15g / 0%
- Vitamin A - 0%
- Vitamin C -1%
- Calcium - 2.7%
- Iron - 0.8%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
21 out of 22 people would recommend this product07/12/2018, By ChantalSo expensive and not great to bake with. I'm using coconut flour and tapioca as my main go-to flours and won't try this again. Also, the recipes on the Health Riot site are terrible.07/12/2018, By ChantalSo expensive and not great to bake with. I'm using coconut flour and tapioca as my main go-to flours and won't try this again. Also, the recipes on the Health Riot site are terrible.05/09/2018, By MoniqueNice to have another gluten-free flour alternative to throw in the mix when baking. I usually use several different flours when gluten free baking, and this one is a nice one to add, especially since it doesn't have a strong taste to override the whole baked goodie - if you're looking for something neutral tasting that is - for some recipes it's just better :)25/05/2018, By LindyI made pancakes - awesome flour substituted flour & used honey instead of syrup it was delicious10/05/2018, By GenPotI first heard of - and subsequently bought - this flour while attempting a GF pancake recipe. Since then, I have loved using this as a substitute for other recipes... just nothing huge as it is quite pricey. Everything comes out so fluffly!08/05/2018, By CarlaI used to use 'gluten free' flour while I was on a gluten-free diet. I then went over to being paleo and couldn't use those anymore so I decided to try cassava flour. You cannot compare the two, I wish I had found cassava flour years ago! I've made crumpets and biscuits with it so far, and both have been a big success. They don't taste like chalk and suck all the moisture out of your mouth if you eat them an hour after baking!27/04/2018, By SamGreat for baking almost anything22/03/2018, By Healthy Girlawesome07/02/2018, By NadiaIt's so much like normal flour... I couldn't taste the difference. Made pancakes and came out lovely!!!!24/01/2018, By NadiaA perfect alternative for gluten free delights05/11/2017, By ReboneWorked very poorly for me, I'm afraid. Used it in place of normal wheat flour to make pancakes and it was a disaster. I've been reluctant to try it with other things.05/11/2017, By AliWorks really well in baking, and tastes great. But I didn't know it wasn't low carb.01/08/2017, By MikeNot to knock this at all, in fact if gluten is what you're trying to avoid this will be perfect, but "low carb" it most certainly isn't! In fact it's very much higher than most standard flours. Calling something "Paleo friendly" is not the same as designating it a low carb product, just something supposedly less processed.28/06/2017, By BronwenI bought this for the first time when it was on special. I quite like the taste and didn't have any side effects from it. It is actually quite a lot cheaper than almond flour.
I've used it for a lot of my recipes that call for almond flour when I haven't had and it has produced the same end result.26/06/2017, By Jo-anneGreat product, bakes beautifully. I use it to make gluten free tortillas with no other flours added and it is amazing.SANDWICH BREAD- Paleo, Resistant Starch, high-in-protein, grain-free, FAST-to-make, spongy, resilient, flexible, soft, cozy23/06/2017, By HeinI found a white bread recipe that looks great and I will try it when I order the flour.
http://eatbeautiful.net/2016/03/13/sandwich-bread-paleo-resistant-starch-spongy-resilient-flexible-soft-cozy/03/06/2017, By AnneSo happy I discovered this gluten free flour without any nasty ingredients! It has a great texture, easy to replace in recipes that normally use wheat flour.29/05/2017, By Assuntamakes a really tasty low carb pizza29/05/2017, By JulieI made great pancakes with this flour and coconut milk :)09/11/2016, By ChristopherSo possibly not the dish to judge the versatility of the flour by but the pancakes were good.04/11/2016, By NissaI baked doggie treats and they worked well. But Ive been a little wary of other baked goods, mainly because I am not supposed to eat them. But I will definitely try it out soon and report back.14/10/2016, By NicoleneI just made some tortillas and they were amazing! Can wait to try some more recipes.
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