Blanched Almond Meal (Flour)

Total AU$8.9
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Total AU$8.9

About Blanched Almond Meal (Flour)

Ingredients Blanched Almond Meal (Flour)
Origin Australia
Shelf life 18 months
Allergens Tree Nuts May be Present: Peanuts, Other Nuts, Sesame, Soy, Milk, Egg
Storage Condition Keep in Cool and Dry Place
Features Fresh, Non-GMO, Gluten-Free, Vegan, Low-Carb, Keto, Paleo
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Almond flour or meal is a healthy nut-based ingredient to add texture, flavor and nutrition into various recipes. Our blanched almond flour made with the largest, premium blanched almonds, is a low-carb, gluten-free baking alternative to wheat flour. Natural Moreish Blanched Almond Meal is preservative-free, non-GMO and has nothing artificial added. When you buy Blanched Almond Meal online in retail or bulk, you get a versatile ingredient that can be used to make the best Macaroons and Biscott.


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Almond meal, similar to almond flour, is a protein-rich flour that is often used in gluten-free and paleo-free cooking. You can make your own by grinding white sweet almonds in a food processor or buying them from a health food store.

Almonds are one of the healthiest nuts around. These delicious tiny drupes can be your favourite snack after a long day working or on a quick trip on the weekends. You can use almonds in many different shapes, such as almond flaked, raw or roasted, almond paste, flour, etc. you may be familiar with the concept of the keto diet, which you should not use any carbohydrates. Almonds can be handy on this diet as a nut or flour in a delicious cake.


General Information

Almond flour is a popular alternative to conventional wheat flour. It is low in carbs, packed with nutrients and has a slightly sweeter taste.

Almond flour may also provide more health benefits than traditional wheat flour, such as lowering “bad” LDL cholesterol and insulin resistance. It is low in carbs, filled with minerals and has a slightly sweeter flavour.

  • Almond flour is made from ground almonds. The process involves whitening the almonds in boiling water to remove the skins, then grinding and sifting them into fine flour.
  • Almond meal is made by grinding almonds with their skins intact, resulting in a thicker flour. This difference is essential for recipes where texture makes a big difference.


Both almond flour and almond meal retain much of their natural flavour and give baked goods a sweet, nutty aroma when it comes to taste. Overall, they are distinguished by their texture. Almond meal is finely ground almond, typically made with blanched almond without skins.


Serving suggestions

The unique flavour and texture of Almond flour have made it a great ingredient in different industries such as culinary, chocolate, confectionery, flavouring, baking, pastries and desserts.

But to be specific, they are primarily used in:

  • Pancakes. For a subtle nutty flavour, substitute one-quarter of the flour in your pancakes with almond flour — whatever kind you use — or try these pancakes made entirely with an almond meal.
  • Scones. Swap one-fifth of the flour for the almond meal to improve the protein in your scones. Or, make these deliciously crumbly almond scones with a bit of arrowroot flour lightened.
  • Breading. Using almond flour to make a crust for fish or chicken tenders instead of bread crumbs or rice. Using chopped almonds instead of excellent ground ones for a crunchier, gluten-free coating, like these chicken wings.
  • Meatballs and loaf of meat. Replace almond flour with any bread that is used in your favourite recipes.
  • Pasta. Swap one-third of the flour for an almond meal to add protein to your fresh pasta. Try our recipes for a gluten-free version.
  • Biscuits. Make crumbly buttery drop cookies pleasantly.
  • Gluten-free cookies. Use almond flour to make chewy-crisp cookies, such as those simple honey-tahini or gingersnaps of fat. Or make biscotti, rich in proteins, crunchy.
  • Macarons. You can create cookies for French macarons with nothing more than sugar, almond flour and egg whites. All you need now is a filling! And perhaps some colouring of the food.
  • Almond cake. You can make a cake with just as few ingredients in a different ratio, like this F&W Digital Award winner Anja Schwerin almond honey cake. Or try this version of the lemony.
  • Brownies. To make incredibly fudgy brownies, use almond flour.



It is best to process your nuts just before use. However, if you’d like to have almonds ready for adding your dishes, then the only roast flaked kernels, dice, and freeze in an airtight container for more than a year. You can keep shelled almonds in a cool, dry place away from exposure to sunlight.

SKU: 146

Nutritional Information

Serving size: 50g
1190kJ 2380kJ
Protein, total
11.9g 23.8g
Fat, total
21.8g 43.6g
1.7g 3.4g
8.65g 17.3g
2.45g 4.9g
1.15mg 2.3mg

Postage, Returns & Payments

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Delivery Time 5-7 Days
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Blanched Almond Meal (Flour) FAQ

Are the almonds sprayed with Glyphosate/round-up?

No, we do not spray almond kernels with Glyphosate.

How fine is the flour? Is it okay to make marzipan with it?

Absolutely top grade for making marzipan candy.

What is the average time before expiration?

Almond flour will keep for up to one year. It is best stored in a cool, dark place in a well-sealed container. It can also be stored in the freezer.

Is this from sweet or bitter almonds?

It’s not sweet nor bitter, regular almonds finely chopped very well.

How many total carbs in one cup of this?

In three tablespoons there are 3 total carbs with two of them being fiber and there are 16 tablespoons in a cup.

Is this sugar-free?

Yes, no added sugar.

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