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Cricket Powder (Cricket Flour)

$5.95 to $48.95

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Cricket Protein Powder

This is pure cricket powder. To make cricket flour, mix one part cricket powder with three parts baking flour.

Package Size:
20 Gram Zip Bag
4 oz. Flip-Lid Jar
1 Pound Jar


Cricket Powder has:

  • 60% protein by volume 
  • 26 mcg B12/ 100 grams (Beef has 1-2mcg/100grams)
  • High in iron and calcium
  • Low in fat
  • All 9 essential amino acids
  • Omega 6:3 ratio of 3:1
  • Chitin Fibre – a source of Prebiotics – nutrition for probiotics – used as an antimicrobial gut agent

Crickets are raised on farms specifically for human consumption and are fed using high quality grain.

NOTE: To make cricket flour use 25% cricket powder to 75% regular or wheat flour.

Read more below.

How to Make Cricket Flour using Cricket Powder

Cricket powder vs. cricket flour. We’ve all heard about cricket flour, but many people do not know how to use it.  Essentially, they don’t know the difference between cricket flour and powder.

Cricket powder is super healthy.  It has more protein than most meats, all of the essential amino acids, more iron than spinach and more calcium than milk, it has B12 and Omega 3 along with chitin, which is a pre-biotic – that’s food for probiotics.

So, here’s the thing. Cricket Flour is regular flour cut with cricket powder at a 4:1 ratio.  That’s one part powder and three parts regular baking flour.  Or, 25% powder and 75% baking flour.

Cricket Powder alone will not work for most baked goods. But added to baking flour, it will work just like regular flour but it’ll pack a protein punch.

For more information, go to  You can try a sample pack, buy a pound or request wholesale information.

Wholesale & Private Label Information

If you would like to order larger quantities, please visit for wholesale purchases.

Wholesale purchases are open to retailers along with schools, groups and organizations.

EntoVida can produce private label products for your company or organization. The minimum order to have your own label on products made with edible insects is lower than you may expect. Please visit ¡EntoVida! for more information.

3 reviews for Cricket Powder (Cricket Flour)

  1. Simone21

    Since it contains as much protein as meat with all the essential amino acids, this is my new favorite protein additive!

  2. Jenny

    Virtually no taste when added to our protein shakes. Will order again!

  3. Bradford

    Perfect! We made banana bread first, then a batch of cookies and everyone loved them both!

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  • 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.

    Answer by : on Dec 30, 2017 07:42:37 AM
  • What is Cricket Protein Powder?

    It depends upon where you see "Cricket Protein Powder". In many cases, it is regular cricket powder. There are some people adding additional protein and nutritional ingredients to create a branded powder.

    Answer by : on Dec 30, 2017 08:42:18 AM
  • Are people allergic to crickets?

    Made in a facility that processes milk, eggs and peanuts

    Answer by : on Dec 31, 2017 08:51:28 AM
  • 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 crickets: One big complaint is that the cricket legs get stuck in your teeth. Our crickets are cleaned to remove most loose legs and wings but you may want to clean them a bit more since legs and wings will break off during shipping.

    Answer by : on Dec 31, 2017 10:24:15 AM

Edible Insect Allergies


If you are allergic to shellfish or crustaceans, you may also be allergic to insects.

Please Also Note: Products may be from manufacturing facilities that process milk, eggs and peanuts.

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