This Almond Flour is made from raw, premium-grade, Australian-grown Almonds. Grab some almond flour as a fabulous alternative to normal, wheat-based flour. It is ideal to use in gluten-free cooking or low-carb diets. Ketogenic baking, for instance, uses almond meal liberally due to its high nutrient-density and high fat/carb ratio.
The Nut Market almond flour is:
- non-GMO and
- has nothing artificial added.
Almond flour recipes can be both savoury and sweet. It's fantastic for use in baked or raw goodies and can be used to replace flour in gluten-free baking recipes, as almond flour substitutes well for all other grain flours.
Is almond flour the same as almond meal? In a nutshell... sort of. Whilst they are mostly interchangeable, the main difference is almond flour has a light and fluffy texture, and is finer then traditional ground almond meal.
For breakfast this Almond flour can be added to smoothies, acai bowls and oat porridge; or sprinkled over muesli or yoghurt and fruit salad. Activated almond flour is great in raw foods and treats. Combine with seeds and toss over salads or steamed greens or use it in any raw sweet treat creation.
Almond flour also works brilliantly with non-gluten flours including quinoa and coconut flour. Try it in a pie crust for a tangy lemon tart. Almond flour can be added to most cake, bread, muffin and biscuit mixes; although, having a drier texture than other nut meals, the liquid in recipes may need to be adjusted. Almond flour adds a subtle mild nuttiness to dishes.
Combine activated almond flour with bread crumbs (or pre-cooked quinoa) and grated cheese for a tasty au gratin topping for vegetables, pasta bakes and grilled seafood or mushrooms. It is also a lovely addition with rice for stuffed capsicum.
Store in an airtight container in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. Refrigeration recommended in humid climates.
Shelf-Life of up to 9 months when stored as above. See Best Before date.