Highest Quality Cricket Flour | Syrsamjöl | Protein Powder | Bug Bazaar - The Edible Insect Food Shop
Cricket Powder | Syrsamjöl | 40g - Bug Bazaar

Cricket Powder | Syrsamjöl | 40g - Bug Bazaar

  • Cricket Powder | Syrsamjöl | 40g - Bug Bazaar
  • Cricket Powder | Syrsamjöl | 40g - Bug Bazaar
  • Cricket Powder | Syrsamjöl | 40g - Bug Bazaar

Cricket Powder | Syrsamjöl | 40g - Bug Bazaar's


Price 4,95 €

It is time for cricket bread!

Do you want to bake a thousand pieces of cricket bread or five thousand cricket rolls? With Bug Bazaar's cricket powder bags you can do it!

The plain house cricket powder tastes mildly like rye bread or a roasted chickpea.

The optimized feed guarantees that our crickets do not have any unpleasant side or after tastes originating from a non-optimized feed that many cricket farmers still use!

It takes over one thousand house crickets (acheta domesticus) to produce 100 grams of our protein-rich cricket flour. One hundred percent natural, free from artificial colors, flavorings, preservatives, and MSG. Its high protein and low saturated fat and carbohydrate content make for a healthy cooking ingredient.

Technically our ground-up crickets are not flour but ‘floured’ so they will behave differently in baked goods as opposed to wheat, coconut or nut flours. For this reason, it’s best used in conjunction with another flour or flour substitute. If used in large amounts it may adversely affect texture so less is more.

Try the cricket powder on yogurt and you want to have it in that way every day!

This product can be ordered in three grain-sized (fine, standard, rough) but the qualities fine and rough will have a long lead time and the price has to be negotiated customer by customer.

Our crickets are 100% traceable and they are grown delicious in the natural heat of Thailand, the home of the most delicious insect food in the world.

Bǚg Bazaar’s our own brands are already now compliant with the EU insect food regulations taking effect on the 1st of January 2020!

Insects Are Superfood!

Edible insects are rich in nutrients. The house insects contain plenty of protein, iron, creatine, calcium, magnesium, zinc in addition to which there is the fish’s type of omega fatty acid division between the omega-3 and omega-6.

Did you know that in grasshoppers, there are five times more antioxidants than in oranges?

With its high B12 vitamin content and its healthy nourishment composition, insect food is highly recommended for balancing otherwise mostly vegetarian diets.

The chitin to be obtained from the insect food and its breakdown products, chitooligosaccharides, and chitosan operate like fiber and lower the cholesterol of the blood. They also have antioxidative, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer effects. It has also been stated that chitin and its breakdown products will prevent the growth of most harmful intestines bacteria.

As insects lose about 75% of their weight as the water evaporates during the roasting/drying, they are a real power food.

Our crickets are 100% traceable and they are grown delicious in the natural heat of Thailand, the home of the most delicious insect food in the world.

Nature Loves the Insectivore!

Insect food can help us in keeping the food system within environmental limits. To get a kilogram of beef one needs 12 times more feed, 15 times more room and 22 000 times more water than growing a kilogram of insects. The insects offer a new lasting, ethical and delicious way to produce the proteins which are necessary to all of us.


Don't forget to check our ongoing campaigns!


A NOTE for purchases weighing one kilogram or more

Shipping costs for international orders are high and we want to offer the best possible service to our customers. In case your order weighs one kilogram or more, you should directly contact our customer service. In that way, we can manually tailor your order and plan the best shipping method for your needs!

Availability
In stock

Our crickets are not the cheapest because we only accept the best!

After an extensive comparison, we found a top certified and socially responsible cricket farmer whose crickets are the most delicious on the market.

Product Description

Ingredients: Roasted crickets (99%; acheta domesticus) and water (1%).

Farmed in Thailand. Packed in Finland.

Carbon Footprint

Our crickets come by sea from Thailand where they grow in tropical 35 degrees Celsius heat which is optimal for crickets. As a result, the carbon footprint of our crickets is much smaller than with insects produced in the heated production facilities of the Northern Hemisphere.

Certificates

Our crickets have FDA, GMP, GAP, and HACCP.

Social Responsibility

Our cricket farmer follows The Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) is a leading business-driven initiative for companies committed to improving working conditions in the global supply chain.

Nutritional Information (per 100g)

  • Energy 1829 kJ / 435 kcal
  • Fat 16 g of which Saturates 5.7 g
  • Carbohydrate 12 g of which Sugars 3.4 g
  • Fiber 1.6 g
  • Protein 60 g
  • Salt 2.3 g
  • Ash 5.10 g
  • Calories from Fat 147 kcal
  • Cholesterol 257 mg
  • Vitamin A (Retinol) 7.77 μg

WARNING!

Insects may cause an allergic reaction to those who are allergic to, for example, dust mites or shrimp. Food allergens are proteins. Sensitization to insect proteins is possible, just like to any other food proteins. The proteins that insects contain are similar to the proteins of e.g. crustaceans and mollusks. Thus persons who are allergic to prawns, for example, may have an allergic reaction from insect food. Insects may contain traces of gluten.


Svenska

Syrsmjöl, mjöl av syrsor, innehåller hela 67 procent protein och kan användas att proteinboosta pannkakor, kakor, bröd och pajdeg.

Näringsinnehåll (100g): Energi 1829 kJ/435 kcal, varav från fett 147 kcal. Fett 16 g, varav mättade fettsyror 5,7 g. Kolhydrater 12 g, varav sockerarter 3,4 g. Fiber 0 g. Protein 60 g. Aska 5,10 g. Kolesterol 257 mg. Vitamin A (Retinol) 7,77 ug. Ingrediens: Hussyrsor/acheta domesticus (99%) och vatten (1%). Ursprungsland: Thaimaa/Thailand. Importör: Bugisphere Oy, Fredrikinkatu 64 B 22, 00100 HELSINKI

OBS! Man kan vara allergisk mot insektmat. Matallergenerna är proteiner. Man kan bli allergisk mot insektproteiner på samma sätt som mot andra proteiner i maten. Proteinerna i insekter är jämförbara med proteinerna i t.ex. skaldjur och blötdjur. Därför kan en person som är allergisk mot t.ex. räkor få en allergisk reaktion av insektmat.



References to health-related statements above

  1. Williams, J.P.& Williams, J.R., Kirabo, A. & Chester, D. & Peterson, M. (2016), "Nutrient Content and Health Benefits of Insects", in Insects as Sustainable Food Ingredients — Production, Processing and Food ApplicationsCh 3, Pages 61–84, edited by Dossey, Aaron T. & Morales-Ramos, Juan A. & M. Guadalupe Rojas, Academic Press, Elsevier Inc.
  2. Rumpold, Birgit A. & Schlüter, Oliver K. (2013), "Nutritional composition and safety aspects of edible insects", Molecular Nutrition & Food Research,  Volume 57, Issue 5, May 2013, Pages 802-823. WILEY‐VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
  3. Belluco, Simone & Losasso, Carmen & Maggioletti, Michela & Alonzi, Cristiana C. & Paoletti, Maurizio G. & Ricci, Antonia, (2013), "Edible Insects in a Food Safety and Nutritional Perspective: A Critical Review", Comprehensive REVIEWS in Food Science and Food Safety, Volume 12, Issue 3, May 2013, Pages 296-313, A Publication of the Institute of Food Technologists.
  4. Banjo, A.D, & Lawal, O.A. & Songonuga, E.A., (2006), "The nutritional value of fourteen species of edible insects in southwestern Nigeria", African Journal of Biotechnology, Volume 5, Issue 3, Pages 298-301, 2 February 2006.
  5. Ghosha, Sampat & Lee, So-Min & Jung, Chuleui & Meyer-Rochowcd, V.B., (2017), "Nutritional composition of five commercial edible insects in South Korea", Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology, Volume 20, Issue 2, June 2017, Pages 686-694, Elsevier Inc.
  6. DeFoliart, Gene R. (Emeritus Professor), (1992), "Insects as human food: Gene DeFoliart discusses some nutritional and economic aspects", Crop Protection, Volume 11, Issue 5, October 1992, Pages 395-399, Elsevier Inc.
  7. Ramos-Elorduya, Julieta & Morenoa, Jose Manuel Pino & Prado, Esteban Escamilla, Perez, Manuel Alvarado & Oteroc, Jaime Lagunez & Guevarad, Oralia Ladronde (1997), "Nutritional Value of Edible Insects from the State of Oaxaca, Mexico", Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, Volume 10, Issue 2, June 1997, Pages 142-157.
  8. Bukkens, Sandra G.F., (2010), "The nutritional value of edible insects", Ecology of Food and Nutrition, Volume 36, 1997 - Issue 2-4, Pages 287-319. Taylor & Francis.
  9. Di Mattia, Carla & Battista, Natalia & Sacchetti, Giampiero & Serafini, Mauro, (2019), "Antioxidant Activities in vitro of Water and Liposoluble Extracts Obtained by Different Species of Edible Insects and Invertebrates", Frontiers in Nutrition, 15 July 2019.
  10. Azuma, Kazuo & Osaki, Tomohiro & Minami, Saburo & Okamoto, Yoshiharu, (2015), "Anticancer and Anti-Inflammatory Properties of Chitin and Chitosan Oligosaccharides", Journal of Functional Biomaterials, Volume 6, Issue 1, 2015 March, Pages 33–49.
  11. Je, Jae-Young & Kim, Se-Kwon, (2012), "Chitooligosaccharides as Potential Nutraceuticals: Production and Bioactivities", Ch. 21 in Advances in Food and Nutrition Research, Volume 65, 2012, Pages 321-336, Elsevier Inc.
  12. Ngo, Dai-Hung & Kim, Se-Kwon, (2014), "Antioxidant Effects of Chitin, Chitosan, and Their Derivatives", Ch. 2 in Advances in Food and Nutrition Research, Volume 73, 2014, Pages 15-31, Elsevier Inc.
  13. Benhabilesa, M.S. & Salah, R. & Lounici, H. & Drouiche, N. & Goosend, M.F.A. & Mameri, N., (2012), "Antibacterial activity of chitin, chitosan and its oligomers prepared from shrimp shell waste", Food Hydrocolloids, Volume 29, Issue 1, October 2012, Pages 48-56, Elsevier Inc.
  14. Je, Jae-Young & Kim, Se-Kwon, (2006), "Antioxidant activity of novel chitin derivative", Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters, Volume 16, Issue 7, 1 April 2006, Pages 1884-1887, Elsevier Inc.
  15. Azuma, Kazuo & Osaki, Tomohiro & Minami, Saburo & Okamoto, Yoshiharu, (2015), "Anticancer and Anti-Inflammatory Properties of Chitin and Chitosan Oligosaccharides", Journal of Functional Biomaterials, 2015, Volume 6, Issue 1, Pages 33-49, MDPI journals.
Your shopping cart is empty

Terms and conditions

Bug Bazaar - The Edible Insect Food Shop


Links to Edible Insects Food Recipes 

All Kinds Of Recipes Insect Food Recipes

Various Ideas For Cooking Crickets, Grasshoppers, Tarantulas, Scorpions, Worms, Waxworms, Caterpillars, Ants, Cricket Flours

Young Spinach Salad With Ant Larvae

Bee-Lt Sandwich

Three Bee Salad

Buffalo Carrot Soup

Paleo-Ish Raspberry Oatmeal Cricket Cookies

Mixed Berry Cricket Leather

Perfect Gluten-Free Cricket Pancakes

Good Ol’ Sweet Potato Cricket Flour Bread

Paleo Sweet Potato Cricket Pecan Bread

Kyra’s Strawberry Blueberry Banana Mango Cricket Powder Smoothie

Matcha Cricket Powder Smoothie

Cricket Powered Iced Coffee

Green Cricket Powder Power Smoothie

Thicky Thick Cricket Smoothie

Cricket Flour Breakfast Cookies

Cricket Powder Bug Broth

French Onion Soup With Cricket Powder

Cricket Spring Rolls By Charles Murney

Chicken Cricket Tortilla Soup

Gluten Free Cricket Bread

Cricket Flour Onion Rings And Deep Fried Pickles

Deb’s Latkes

Cricket Mushroom Melt

Wholewheat Cricket Pancakes

Pizza With Cricket Flour Crust

Oat Banana Cricket Blueberry Muffins

Paleo Seafood Chowder With Insects

Party Cricket Chili

Oatmeal Banana Cricket Powder Muffins

Oats Pie With Cricket Flour, Fig And Walnuts

Cricket Powder Pancakes

Oatmeal Cookies With Cricket Powder

Cinnamon Cricket Waffles

Gluten-Free Dairy Free Chocolate Orange Cricket Cake

Cricket Brownies With Sour Cream

Cricket Pumpkin Spice Latte Cookies

Chocolate Mug Cake With Cricket Powder

Cricket Flour Breakfast Cookies

Cricket Protein Recipes

Cricket Powder Recipe: Quinoa Cricket Taco "Meat"

Paleo Cricket Snaps

Spicy Critter Fritters

Chapulines Recipe: Spicy Chapulines Tostadas

Dogma-Smashing Cricket Dolma Recipe

Cabbage, Peas ‘N’ Crickets

A Crunchy Confection Chocolate Crickets

A Cricket Recipe Collection By Aketta

Hopping Thai Salad

Sheesh! Kabobs

Mealworm Pizza Pissaladiére

Five Ways To Cook A Cricket

Dry Fried Crickets คั่วแมลงกระชอน Cooking & Eating Bugs & Insects In Thailand

3 Cricket Recipes | Myrecipes.Com

20 Delicious Bug Recipes From Chefs

Top 11 Bug Recipes

Lime & Chile Cricket Snacks

I Made 3 Recipes From 'The Cricket Cookbook,' And Here's How They Tasted

Cricket Powder Recipe: Quinoa Cricket Taco "Meat" 

Choco Chirpies: Chocolate Chip Cricket Cookie

Rice Crispy Cricket Treats

Old-Fashioned Oatmeal Cricket Cookies

Gluten-Free Cricket Carrot Cupcakes

Chocolate Cremeux With Toasted Crickets

Gringo Chapulines Recipe

Buglava

Crazy Simple No Rise All Wheat Cricket Pizza

Gusano Salsa Roja

Simple Salsa: A Gusano Recipe

Mezcal Cocktail De Gusano

Wax Worm Wonton Chips Recipe

Waxworm Taco Recipe