iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $0.55 (5% off)
Posted by Reviewer2249741 on May 25, 2013
Get fiber & vitamins in your waffles.
Great for bread
Posted by Reviewer2072312 on May 30, 2013
Excellent, use it all the time for gluten-free baking
Posted by 4914040994383706593 on Oct 03, 2014
Great product! I love it!
making my own gluten free bread! it's lovely
Posted by 4646376547000086244 on Apr 08, 2016
So far so good
Posted by Suziesue on Sep 09, 2013
I mix this with spelt flour when baking and the cakes always come out delicious! Will make great cookies and pie crust.
different but grows on you
Posted by 4695540980160318005 on Mar 05, 2013
This would not be my favorite flour, but the taste does grow on you. I like the health benefits of the flour and am willing to eat something that's not my favorite to get good nutrients. I made the amaranth carrot cookie recipe that's on the package. I called them super cookies. My boys liked them better if I spread a little PB or Nutella on them. I will need to try a recipe that uses a mix of GF flour rather than one that is all amaranth. I think that would suit me better.
A Healthful Flour
Posted by Reviewer1407811 on Sep 02, 2010
I use this flour in combination with other flours when baking. It does a good job.
Posted by Lipsticklady on Sep 29, 2009
Super for gluten free bread. Good price.
Posted by 94Tina on Jan 14, 2013
Compared to garbanzo bean flour, this one is quite good in taste. I haven't used it for too long yet, but so far, so good.
Posted by naturalorganic on Sep 05, 2014
I usually use oat flour and I had ran out of that so I used my package of amaranth flour... I bought it since it's really healthy. It was one of the most disgusting things ever. I can't describe the taste, or the smell for that matter, cause it smells awful too. I usually make pancakes in the oven.. And the whole house smells of this, when using this. Not gonna buy this again.. Sorry to say, since it's really nutritious..