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12-05-2015 01:00 AM
FinnickHog Mmmm mealworm powder. Sounds delicious.

Did anyone else read the reviews on that cricket flour? Seems like only people who ate it themselves have reviewed it. Chocolate chip and cricket cookies doesn't sound like a very pleasant treat to me...

I made my cattle dog pupcakes for his adoption day. This is the recipe I used, only I substituted dog peanut butter for the people kind, I used rice flour instead of oats, and I put a dried cranberry and some crushed wet dog treats on top.
http://www.food.com/recipe/peanut-bu...-treats-430982
Since it's so little peanut butter, you could probably mix pureed mealworms or crickets and honey to that consistency and use two tablespoons of that instead....

12-05-2015 12:43 AM
Lilysmommy Makes sense, thanks for pointing that out!

And Twobytwo, I swear I didn't just google it! I was on some various websites that sell insects for human consumption, trying to figure out if I could get a wider variety of insects for hedgehogs, and one of the sites had cricket flour available too.

But y'know, if anyone's curious...freeze-dried crickets (and mealworms) become a very nice powder once put through a food processor. And before anyone asks, it was for the hermit crabs, not me!
12-04-2015 08:19 AM
octopushedge Just to be clear, the cricket "flour" is more like a protein powder. Apparently it can be used for cookies, but just be aware it may not act exactly like flour.

http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/...-you-could-eat
12-04-2015 04:54 AM
FinnickHog Whaaaaaat!? Kelsey, that is so cool! Finnick's birthday is coming up so I've been watching this thread. But that. Well, it takes the cake. Pun intended.
12-04-2015 12:01 AM
twobytwopets Kelsey, how bored were you to google cricket flour? Who puts crickets in a flour mill?
12-03-2015 10:55 PM
nuttylover That is so cool Lilysmommy! Time to search around for that cricket flour! Wonder if Chestnut would want it haha!
12-03-2015 10:45 PM
Lilysmommy Can't resist sharing as I always think about it when I see baked good type foods for animals. Cricket flour is a thing that exists!
Amazon.com : 100% Cricket Flour (.22 lb) : Grocery & Gourmet Food Amazon.com : 100% Cricket Flour (.22 lb) : Grocery & Gourmet Food
I really want to try getting some to make interesting foods for Bindi, even if it's not exactly raw/natural. Maybe for a birthday cake for her first birthday!
12-03-2015 08:09 PM
nuttylover Thank you everyone! I believe I do have access to both
12-03-2015 05:26 PM
twobytwopets True, but it's possibly cheaper where nutty is. Or there is a more economical gf flour.
12-03-2015 04:35 PM
octopushedge Word of caution though: because of the gluten-free fad, the price on thing such as rice flour has gone up quite a bit.
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