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A teeny bit of Teff

Teff Flour (made from the teeny tiny teff grain; the smallest grain in the world) is a gluten free flour that is high in protein and fibre and contains more calcium than any other grain. It contains essential amino acids such as lysine. It is also the only grain to contain Vitamin C.

Teff Flour is traditionally used in Ethiopia to make "injera"; a flat sour-like fermented pancake that is served with stew and/ or lentils.

It can also be used to make cookies (goes fabulously with chocolate... recipe below), breads and cakes.

Teff has an earthy, nutty flavour.

We are a stockist of Outback Harvest teff products. Made from teff that is grown and packed in Australia.

Recipe provided from Outback Harvest.

Gluten Free Triple Chocolate Peanut Cookies


200gms brown Teff flour

250gms peanut butter (chunky or smooth)

250gms coconut sugar

2 eggs

1 tbs dark cacao powder

50gms 70% dark chocolate, roughly chopped

50gms cacao nibs


1. Pre heat your oven to 175deg on fan bake and line a large baking tray with baking paper.

2. In a large bowl, add in all of your ingredients and mix together to form a dough.

3. Evenly portion out 20 balls and lay them spaciously on the lined baking tray.

4. Press down lightly with the prongs of a fork to make a mark and flatten slightly, then bake in the oven for 15 mins.

5. Leave 10 mins to cool and enjoy!

Makes approximately 20 cookies

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