Did You Know Cassava Flour Is Low FODMAP?

Posted on November 07, 2017

Cassava flour is low FODMAP!

Due to recent popular demand, we tested cassava flour. Good thing we did, it’s low FODMAP!

Read on to find out the low FODMAP serving size of this awesome flour!

Here’s why we went ahead and tested this versatile ingredient!

Cassava flour is very similar in texture to many gluten free flours, such as coconut or almond flours. It is very mild in flavour, and retains a soft texture, and it’s a great nut-free alternative. Just watch your portion size, cassava flour is low FODMAP at a 15g serving size!

What sets cassava flour apart?

The cassava plant is a staple crop to millions in parts of Africa, Asia and in South America. The plant root is a carbohydrate-laden tuber, similar to potato, taro and yam. The fact that it is nut, grain and gluten free makes it suitable for those following paleo, vegetarian and vegan diets.

 What can I make using cassava flour?

You can keep your serving size low using cassava flour in many snack recipes, like cassava crisps, cookies or tater tots!


Cook n’ bake..

with Confidence!

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