Amaranth Products

Amaranth grain

Take a lesson from the Aztecs and embrace this nutrituous ancient grain. Browse our amaranth products below.

Skin Health Foods Bundle

Skin Health Foods Bundle

Feed and protect your skin

Gluten-free Flour Bundle

Gluten-free Flour Bundle

Nutritious baking

Organic Amaranth Seed Oil

Organic Amaranth Seed Oil

Squalene + Vitamin E

Organic Popped Amaranth

Organic Popped Amaranth

Fibre + Protein + Minerals

Organic Amaranth Flour

Organic Amaranth Flour

Nutritious gluten-free baking

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Is amaranth gluten-free?

Yes, amaranth is naturally free from gluten. This makes it a great addition to your diet if you are sensitive or intolerant to gluten.

Amaranth grain can be used as a substitute for rice or millet alongside a main meal, or you can use it to make a delicious porridge. When cooked in water, it develops a similar glutinous texture to oats, making your breakfast deliciously thick and creamy.

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Different ways to enjoy amaranth

Amaranth is a wonderful whole grain to add to your pantry, but it’s also available in other forms as well.

Puffed amaranth has a crisp and light texture, ideal for adding into snack bars or scattering over yoghurt. Meanwhile, amaranth flour can be used in a gluten-free flour blend or in your normal recipes.

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How to cook amaranth

Are you trying amaranth for the first time? Ancient grains can seem intimidating if you’re not used to them, but amaranth is very easy to cook and use.

Amaranth is officially a ‘pseudocereal’, meaning it’s really a seed, but we treat it like a grain.

Therefore a good rule of thumb is to cook amaranth as you would other grains. To cook it simply as a side dish, use two cups of water for each cup of amaranth and simmer in a covered pan for 20 minutes. The grains should look slightly fluffy and have absorbed all the water.

For porridge, simply cook with a little more water and stir every now and again until you reach your desired consistency.

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