Ground Almond (100%)



Premium ground almonds are a great source of fiber used in muffins, cakes and breads. Can be utilized in so many ways it is nearly impossible to detail each one. Give it a try today!

  • Suitable for vegans, vegetarians, paleo, primal and low carbohydrate diets. Excellent source of vitamins, proteins and fibre. Use for gluten-free baking, cakes, muffins, biscuits and pastries.
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Nutrition Information (per 100g)
Carbohydrate: 5,5 g
Energy: 2593 kJ/ 627 kcal
Fat: 55 g
Protein: 24 g
Fiber: 7 g
Salt: <0,01 g
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100% Ground Almond, Suitable for Vegans, Vegetarians, Paleo, Keto and Low Carbohydrate Diets

Learn everything about ground almonds and believe me you will use it

Ground almonds are a basic element of paleo, keto and gluten-free diets as they are high in vitamin E, folic acid, vitamins B1 and B2. It helps detoxification processes, strengthens the bones and due to its iron content, it also has a fantastic effect on blood formation. Ground almond differs from almond flour in quite a few properties. What exactly? And what can ground almonds be used for? It turns out from our article.

Ground almonds are not a fad.

It plays a major role in special diets but can be useful for anyone who wants to be healthier, as its physiological effects are clearly better than wheat flour. Almond flour and ground almonds also have good effects on the skin, blood sugar levels and our entire body, but there is a difference in their use. Almond flour can be used for light, airy cakes, while almond grist is more ideal for denser cakes such as muffins or bread and can also be used for breading vegetables.

Both taste-neutral, so it can be flavoured in countless ways and we even use almond flour and ground almonds together. In the case of the latter, it is worth paying attention to the texture of the raw dough, as the ground almonds may make it a little heavier. Due to its fiber content, almond flour is an excellent substitute for wheat flour, and the dough made from it (or enriched with ground almonds) can be stretched and kneaded well by adding water or eggs, making it a real competitor to many flour substitutes.

The advantage of almond flour is that it contains less oil than raw almonds, so little trans fat is formed during frying. And using ground almonds is a good decision because it helps digestion. And food made from their pair can be incorporated into any diet.

How to use ground almonds?

Because it tastes good and you don’t have to worry about the dough disintegrating as you stretch it, you can enrich virtually any denser dough with ground almonds. It can be used to make a cheesecake base, oatmeal or any biscuit dough, pie dough, brownie. We can put it in our breakfast porridge, beet cake, but it can be a great base for any flavoured crumbly glass dessert or cobbler.

It’s easy to handle ground almonds and almond flour as well, so those who take a baking sheet in their hands for the first time or are just starting out should not be worried about it either. In fact, these are the ingredients to start with.

There is one thing about almond flour and ground almonds that must be taken care of: storage. This is because the product is free of natural, artificial preservatives, which means that it can easily lose its quality. It is worth storing it in a well-sealed, clean, plastic container. You can see that ground almonds can be used for many dishes and even a refreshing facial mask can be made from it. Because of all this, you can be sure you won’t throw it out. Try it.

  • Suitable for vegans, vegetarians, paleo, primal and low carbohydrate diets. Excellent source of vitamins, proteins and fibre. Use for gluten-free baking, cakes, muffins, biscuits and pastries.

Additional information

Weight500 g