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Inside a Cricket Farm

Inside a Cricket Farm

Behind the scenes of the cricket industry - where do our little pals come from, and how do people raise them?
Why Did Eating Crickets Become Taboo in North America?

Why Did Eating Crickets Become Taboo in North America?

The practice of eating insects, also known as entomophagy in more scientific terms, is prevalent all over the world, but not so in North America. Why are we resistant to eating bugs?
Fibre in Crickets

Fibre in Crickets

You might have heard of crickets being a rich source of protein. Did you know crickets also contain fibre in their exoskeleton?
Trail Mix Cookies With Cricket Protein

Trail Mix Cookies With Cricket Protein

Kelsey Fast from A Forager's Home created this Trail Mix Cookie recipe using our Pure Cricket Powder. We loved her pre-recipe write-up, so decided ...
What Do Crickets Taste Like?

What Do Crickets Taste Like?

Have you ever wondered what crickets taste like? Probably not like what you imagined! Crickets have a mild, earthy and nutty taste. They can be used to enhance the flavor profile in a meal, or be prepared as a stand alone dish.
Chirpin' Chocolate Nut Brownies

Chirpin' Chocolate Nut Brownies

Justine Kinirons a sustainable living blogger from Toronto, Ontario created this delicious Chocolate Nut Brownie recipe with our Chocolate Cricket ...
Baking with Cricket Powder

Baking with Cricket Powder

If you are into baking treats, you might find the option of using cricket powder to level up your game in the kitchen appealing. By giving crickets a “disguised” look, it becomes easier to introduce crickets to your diet.
Chocolate Energy Balls With Cricket Protein

Chocolate Energy Balls With Cricket Protein

Protein balls with cricket powder are your amazing sidekick to get you through, with wholesome almond and coconut flour and thick maple syrup.
Why Eat Crickets?

Why Eat Crickets?

Crickets are an environmentally sustainable food source. They’re packed with nutrients and they’re delicious. They contain more nutrients while requiring less land, water, feed and energy to produce than other conventional sources of protein.
Homemade waffles with cricket protein

Homemade Waffles

A decadent waffle recipe created by Bailey Campbell made with pure cricket protein powder. These waffles taste amazing, and you can feel good about eating them. They're made with natural ingredients and pack a nutritional punch.
Toasted Walnut Banana Bread

Toasted Walnut Banana Bread

Not your regular banana bread - this guy has wholesome cricket protein, toasted walnuts, and no refined sugar. This is a very easy recipe, and makes for a great breakfast or satisfying snack.
Chocolate Chirp Smoothie

Chocolate Chirp Smoothie

This smoothie is super simple, but loaded with healthy cricket protein, nutrients and tastes like dessert. Banana, avocado and nut butter work so well together in a smoothie infused with cricket powder.