- High in fibre
- Naturally sweet
- Not actually a nut
Tiger nuts have been around for thousands of years and was used in Europe as snacks after the first and second war. Tiger nuts is making a comeback as a super food in the UK and Europe due to its nutritional benefit and amazing flavour.
They contain soluble fibres which can have beneficial effects on digestion, metabolism and longer term health. Tiger nuts can still retain its soluble fibres even when mixed with water for tiger nuts milk.
They can be eaten as they are or soaked in water if needed to make it more juicy, or they can be made into tiger nut milk.
Get the recipe here for tiger nuts milks!
Tiger nuts is called chufa in Spanish. Tiger nuts are small tubers, not actually a nut and they grow in the ground.
Of which saturates (3.8g)
Of which sugars (16.9g)
Salt (< 0.01g)
Always read the label
100% Tiger nuts
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Packed on premises that handles nuts including peanuts seeds & products containing gluten.
Store in a cool dry place away from sunlight.