The website says the following about their Light 12%:
“This Peanut Flour is lightest in roast, aroma and flavor of all of the peanut flours offered. It is an excellent protein source, containing a minimum of 50% protein. It works well in applications where the peanut flour is not needed for flavor. This light roast peanut flour is all natural and gluten-free. The serving size is 1/4 cup (24g). Calories 100. Calories From Fat 26. Total Fat 3g. Total Carbohydrates 7g. Dietary Fiber 3g. Protein 12g.”
After trying a few recipes with this newfound (for me) food, I’ll be sure to provide a review. I would like to try several baked good versions, add it to soups / stews, add a little water to reconstitute as “peanut butter,” and add to smoothies.
Here are a few recipes I might use as a basis (I never follow an exact recipe) once the flour arrives:
I would use plain non-fat Greek yogurt instead of the flavored stuff and let the actual fruit along with some stevia do the flavoring.
The brown sugar would be minimal, if any at all in my version, but everything else sounds good!
MMMMmmmm, I can’t wait to try this one! Pureed soups are a big favorite of mine; all of the wonderful flavors are blended to perfection for comforting meal. Again, I’d lose the sugar called for in this recipe.
Besides recipes, I will just try mixing some in plain yogurt and cottage cheese for a quick and healthy treat packed with protein. Stay tuned, I can’t wait to talk about it!
|Reconstituted Peanut Flour on Banana.....Nuff Said!|
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