Ideas For Using Peanut Flour

Culture Whole Grain Peanut Flour can be used for breakfast, stir a few tablespoons into your oatmeal or smoothies or add a 1/2 cup into homemade muffins and pancakes. For lunch, add peanut flour into homemade sandwich bread or in a peanut dressing for salads and cold noodles. At dinner time, use the flour as a coating for chicken, pork or fish, or use it in place of breadcrumbs in meatballs and meatloaf. Peanut flour can be used to thicken, add flavour and nutrients to stews (beef, chicken, omena, fish, beans, ndengu, kamande etc.

For the all-important fourth meal of the day, dessert, use the flour as a substitute for regular flour. Or, max out your taste buds with maximum peanut flavor by using the flour in peanut butter cookies. Make sure to add additional liquid to your recipe when baking with peanut flour because the flour’s high protein content absorbs extra liquid.

Health Benefits Of Peanut Flour

1) Weight Management: Peanut flour is a rich source of protein, fiber, and unsaturated fat which can keep you feeling full and prevent overeating. Protein helps build strong muscles which increases your resting metabolic rate and enables you to burn more calories throughout the day. The fiber and monounsaturated fat from peanut flour helps your body regulate blood sugar levels.

2) Protective Antioxidants: Our peanut flour is made purely from peanuts, so it’s loaded with helpful antioxidants that protect cells against damage caused by free radicals. Free radicals are associated with chronic diseases and the antioxidants naturally present in peanut flour can help defend healthy cells.

3) Cardiovascular Health: Peanut flour is packed with heart-healthy nutrients. A 2007 study published by the Journal of Nutrition found that consuming nuts and peanuts as part of a healthy diet can reduce the risk of heart disease and lower LDL “bad” cholesterol levels.


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