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    Tigernut Flour

    + Naturally grain, nut and gluten free

    + Source of prebiotic fibre for good digestive health

    + Naturally sweet oat alternative, nut


    Our tigernuts are organically grown and sustainably harvested by farmers in Burkina Faso, Africa. Growing beneath the surface of open flood plains, the tubers are carefully extracted, cleaned and dried naturally and slowly. then skinned and milled at low temperatures to produce an extra fine flour for superior culinary results.

    Good for you, good for the planet
    Tigernuts are not actually nuts but tubers that grow beneath the earth. Tigernuts are naturally grain and gluten free and when consumed as part of a healthy diet involving the consumption of a variety of foods are a delicious source of dietary fibre, vitamin E and potassium. Vitamin E contributes to cell protection from free radical damage whilst potassium is necessary for healthy electrolyte balance and muscle function.

    Certified Organic skinned tigernut flour (Cyperus esculentus)

    The African superfood alternative to nuts and grains, our tigernuts are grown organically in West Africa where they are carefully extracted, naturally dried, skinned and then finely milled. This smooth texture ensures superior culinary results. Our tigernuts are Australian certified organic, Fair Trade and sustainably sourced.

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    What the experts say

    Beautiful to work with

    "The tigernut flour was beautiful to work with as a GF flour, paleo , fodmap friendly and nut free! I added in beetroot powder too for the hidden benefits of vegetables and antioxidants. Chocolate beetroot cookies, so good!"

    Helen King, Naturopath


    Big winner for me

    "The prebiotic fibre content of Tigernut flour is the big winner for me compared to other gluten and grain free flours. The extra fibre supports the digestive system and microbiome while also helping to keep sugar levels balanced.  Power Super Foods Tigernut flours is fabulous for baking with (using it in banana bread and pancakes are my favourites) as it adds a slightly nutty flavour while still being nut free for lunchbox treats."

    Julie Masci - Functional Gut Health Dietitian