✔ It’s Never Been Easier To Try Edible Insects High In Protein & Nutrition With New Delicious Recipes! 

✔ All Of Our Crickets & Mealworms Are Raised Here In The US & Canada! 

✔ Save Time, Money and The Environment  With Our Edible Insects Shipped Direct To Your Home! 

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About Cricket Flours & Edible Insects

Why Bugs?!

As you might imagine, we get asked this question a lot, “Why Bugs?” Whether you are looking for an alternative flour, clean protein, or looking into more sustainable ingredients then edible insects are a great option!

Crickets are a great source of protein, antioxidants, Omega-3s, Omega-6s, prebiotics, B12, and contain all the essential amino acids.  Bugs like crickets use 20X less water, and use less feed and less land to create more protein…AMAZING!

Cricket Protein Spiced French Toast

“This stuff is great! I love having a protein that isn’t laden with additives and junk chemicals – I want my body getting the good stuff. It mixes well and tastes great.”



Antioxidant Cricket Powder Smoothie

Tropical Pear Juice Boost Recipe

Roasted Cricket Nachos!

“Loved it! Exciting!!!”



Cricket Protein Spicy Omlette Recipe

“Absolutely loving Cricket Flours, it makes the best sweet potato pancakes and I’ll be ordering again soon!”



Cricket Protein Pancake Recipe

Orange Cranberry Protein Muffins

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Ready To Eat Bugs, But Don’t Know Where To Start?

Let’s Eat Bugs!

When we first launched the business in 2014, not a lot of people had tried eating bugs like our roasted crickets, mealworms, and especially not our new black soldier fly larvae.  So that is why we kept developing new products and ideas for ways to use edible insects in our favorite recipes.

That’s why if you look through our product lines you will see options like our 100% Pure Cricket Powder (no additives or flavors) or mixes like our All Purpose Baking Flour and Cricket Brownie Mix too.  We even have a line of roasted and toasted bugs that are flavored just like a bag of chips with options like our Buffalo Wing Sauce, Spicy Cayenne Peppers, Hickory Smoked Bacon, Cheesy Ranch, and Roasted Original that are available with our roasted crickets, mealworms, and black soldier fly larvae. 

So feel free mix and match a few different products and let us know what you think!

Edible Insect Articles

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Did you get a chance to check out our latest post on Instagram this week? If not, make sure to subscribe and follow along on our Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest accounts too! If you have a recipe you would like us to try, or have a question, let us know and we'd...

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What is Cyanocobalamin? Edible Insect Source of B-12

What is Cyanocobalamin?What is Cyanocobalamin?Glad you asked! In short, cyanocobalamin is the human-made form of vitamin B12, a critical vitamin for growth, brain health, red blood cell formation, and more. Many people can’t get enough B12 from food sources alone, so...

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Edible Insect and Conventional Protein Comparison Graph

Last week we sent out our Cricket Newsletter and we received sooooo many amazing responses! We asked for some feedback and insights into how you are using our edible insects, what did you like, what you would like to see, and what did you want to see more of.  So if...

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Sal de Gusano – What is it and how do you make it?

Sal de gusano What is worm salt and how do you make it?Sal de gusano & Worm SaltSal de Gusano or worm salt, is a traditional condiment that can be found in Mexico and often used for salsas, dips, cocktails, tequilas or even on fresh fruit (click here to find some...

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