Coarsely milled crickets. 5 seconds in food processor.
The natural crickets are great to eat as-is (flavored only by their diet) or paired with your favorite foods (either whole or milled) to add a protein kick.
Cricket Count (Estimate)
1,000 - 1,600
Flavor Description: Sunflower seed. Very mild. Flavor also commonly compared to pumpkin seeds or flax seeds.
250 - 400
Bulk Orders (1 lbs - 10 lbs)
Medium - 2 oz (56 g)
Our crickets are truly a craft product--small batches, non-industrialized, non-commoditized, creative feed--resulting in a craft taste. Did you just receive an order of our crickets? If so, find details on the crickets' life, diet, and sustainability.
Not sure what to do with your crickets...check out our food ideas.
Eat whole as a food enhancer
These high-protein crickets have such a mild taste, they take the flavor of the foods they are paired with. Add on top of your salad, pizza, oatmeal, or taco to add a protein-rich crunch.
Mill and add to smoothies and baked goods
In just a few seconds in your home food processor or coffee grinder, these crickets turn to a powder that can be added to almost anything. In your favorite baked goods--brownies, breads, cookies--replace 10% - 20% of the flour with cricket powder. Our grind the crickets and add to your smoothie for a protein-rich recovery drink.
To add texture to your food, grind for a few seconds to get coarse, not powdered crickets.
We take pride in our small batches; however, this limits the number of crickets that reach maturity each week. Orders of Natural Crickets placed today will be shipped within two business days. This product is also available on Amazon and may be available for a lower price, especially if you are eligible for free shipping with Amazon Prime.
500 - 800
Prices vary by quantity ordered. Currently we are not accepting bulk purchases.
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Large - 4 oz (113 g)
Crickets atop a salad.
Zucchini bread with 20% cricket powder.
Crickets may cause crustacean shellfish allergies. People with shellfish allergies are at a high risk when eating crickets. Additionally, our crickets are processed in a facility that may also process peanuts and tree nuts.
Small - 1 oz (28 g)
Back of packaging --including nutrition information--of 1 oz bag.