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Five Diabetic-Friendly Flour Blends!

We have FIVE Diabetic-Friendly Flour Blends!

Ketogenic Seed Flour * Ketogenic Almond Flour * All-Purpose Buckwheat Baking Mix

100% Spelt Bread Flour * Chickpea Pancake and Muffin Mix

We care about you!

Here at Health Enhanced Foods, we care deeply about the health of our friends and community. Now that you are a part of our community, we want you to feel the same support and care.

What is in – or not in – a flour made for someone who has diabetes?

What is not in our flour blends are overly processed flours that will spike your blood sugar levels! Each of our blends are filled with nutrient-dense flours that will make your baked goods delicious and low-glycemic.

Here are what is in Health Enhanced Foods’ five different low-glycemic blends:

  1. Ketogenic Seed Flour – This nutrient-dense flour is nut-free, gluten-free, grain-free, plant-based, and loaded with natural vitamins and minerals. The ingredients in this “tasty” flour are: Flax Seeds, Sunflower Seeds, Sesame Seeds, Chia Seeds, Whole Psyllium Husk, nutritional yeast, and salt.
  2. Ketogenic Almond Bread Flour – This low-carbohydrate flour is a gluten-free and grain-free flour blend that is loaded with vitamins and minerals. You can use it to replace grain flour cup for cup. The ingredients in this versatile flour are Almond Flour, Whole Psyllium Husk, Nutritional Yeast, Yeast, and Sea Salt.
  3. All-Purpose Buckwheat Baking Mix – First of all, buckwheat is not a wheat product. It is a nutrient-dense, grain-like seed similar to quinoa. It is high in minerals like manganese, magnesium, copper, iron, potassium, and phosphorus. You can replace any baking mix with our All-Purpose Buckwheat Baking Mix in any recipe, cup for cup. The ingredients in this nourishing flour are: Buckwheat Flour, Chickpea Flour, Sunflower Seeds, Nutritional Yeast Flakes, Baking Powder, and Psyllium Husks
  4. 100% Spelt Flour – This overlooked ancient grain is naturally nutrient-dense, high-fiber grain, has a nutty flavor, and can replace any flour. Spelt is more easily digestible than wheat and our Spelt Flour blend makes great bread. The ingredients in this wholesome blend are: Spelt Flour, Sunflower Seeds, Pure Sugar Cane, Yeast, and Salt
  5. Chickpea Pancake and Muffin Mix – If you are looking for a high-fiber, high-protein baking mix, this blend is for you. It makes delicious fluffy muffins and pancakes filled with the vitamins and minerals that you need. See one of our favorite EASY recipes below for muffins that will make everyone happy. The ingredients in this nutritious blend are Chickpea Flour, Buckwheat Flour, Sunflower Seeds, Psyllium Husks, and Nutritional Yeast Flakes.

Why whole grains are important for a low-glycemic diet

Not all grains or grain products are off-limits for those who need to watch their glycemic levels. According to a study done by the Harvard School of Public Health:

“Diets low in glycemic load and high in whole grains may have a protective effect against systemic inflammation in diabetic patients. Such diets can be recommended to diabetic patients for the prevention of cardiovascular complications.” [1]

Yes! You can eat muffins again – here is my favorite recipe:

Mix in a bowl:

1 Cup of Buckwheat Baking Flour Mix or our Chickpea Baking Flour Mix

1 Cup of Vanilla Almond Milk (substitute with any milk)

1 medium egg (or 1 TBSP of egg substitute)

2 TBSP of sugar

Optional: 2 TBSP of oil

Optional: Add in ½ cup of berries, cut-up apples, pears or peaches, sugar-free chocolate chips or nuts

Fill greased muffin pan with the batter and bake in a preheated oven at 350’F for about 20 minutes or until goden brown.

  [1] Qi L, Hu FB. Dietary glycemic load, whole grains, and systemic inflammation in diabetes: the epidemiological evidence. Curr Opin Lipidol. 2007 Feb;18(1):3-8. doi: 10.1097/MOL.0b013e328011c6e0. PMID: 17218824.