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MINI-KICKERS CRICKETS

Mini-Kickers - Flavored Crickets

MINI-KICKERS | Flavored Crickets

Everybody gets a kick out of eating crickets.
They’re fun and they taste great!

Mini-Kickers are a big handful of roasted crickets seasoned just right. Every flavor is an adventure!

Contents: Approximately 10 grams of Flavored Crickets

What Do Crickets Taste Like?

The first thing many people say is that they taste like a nut. Chefs and more refined folk say that they have a nutty umani flavor to them. Most people are surprised by the fact that they like the taste and many customers buy them in bulk because they like them so much. About cleaned […]

Are Crickets Healthy for Humans to Eat?

Yes. Crickets are a highly nutritious food source that is rich in protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals and healthy fats and it’s very bio-available. Humans have been eating insects for a very long time and are considered very healthy. Please note: If you are allergic to shellfish, you may be allergic to insects. Here’s some nutritional information on […]

Are chocolate covered crickets healthy?

Yes, crickets are very healthy for you. Crickets are a highly nutritious food source that is rich in protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals and healthy fats plus it’s very bio-available. Chocolate, in moderation, is now considered healthy since flavanols in cocoa beans have been proven to have antioxidant effects that reduce cell damage associated with heart disease.

Is Cricket Powder Healthy?

Yes. Here’s some nutritional information… 100 grams of cricket powder will give you over 58 grams of protein. NUTRITIONAL VALUES Analyzed by Maxxam Analytics Energy 1973kJ (472kCal) Protein (g) 58.76 Fat (g) 24 Saturated Fat (g) 8.48 Trans Fat (g) .218 Cholesterol (mg) 228 Carbohydrates (g) 8.4 Fiber, total dietary (g) 6.0 Sugars (g) 0.5 […]

What is Cricket Flour?

A lot of people confuse cricket powder and cricket flour. On this page we sell cricket powder. You can make cricket flour by mixing the powder with traditional baking flour. The ratio should be below 25% cricket powder to keep similar baking qualities as traditional flour.