About this coffee
Billions of coffee beans are processed each year to create the drink we love, and whilst the beans themselves are always put to good use, the cherry fruit that surrounds it is largely overlooked – often discarded once the coffee bean has been extracted, and left to rot.
For farmers and families in coffee growing countries, this product will help create sustainable jobs and a new revenue source for some of the poorest areas of the world. For the environment, it will remove botanical waste from streams and soil, strengthening the land and lives of the people and species there.
As a cooking ingredient, coffee flour is extremely versatile - and whilst is shouldn't be used as a direct substitute for your regular flour, its deep, almost savoury body (along with its incredible nutritional benefits) makes it a perfect supplement in your cooking or baking.
We’ve been doing some experimenting in out kitchen and it works great with chocolate, breads, cookies, muffins, sauces and other savoury dishes – so keep your eyes peeled for our upcoming recipes!Cooking with Coffee >
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What our customer are saying...
The coffee flour is very finely ground, and is fairly plain to the taste. I loved the positive nutritional information on the packaging - perhaps also include a coffee-flour pancake recipe or something? I'm pretty rough with my ingredients but I made mine with something like: 2 x egg, 1/4 cup coffee flour, 1/4 cup ground cashews (or almonds) teaspoon coconut flour, desert spoon raw cacao powder, 2 x teaspoons honey, pinch of pink Himalayan salt, tea spoon vanilla and a dash of cashew milk. Fried in coconut oil
Has a very nice flavour that mixes well with chocolate. I made some delicious brownies and chocolate chip cookies. Still experimenting with it.