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Teff flour

Ideal for sweet and savoury cooking

Teff is an ancient cereal grass which has been cultivated in Africa since around 6000 BC. Its ability to grow in harsh conditions makes it a staple of the Ethiopian diet.

  • Source of protein
  • High fibre

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Teff Flour (100%)


Ancient Bakes Teff Flour can be used to make flatbreads. Teff’s mild and nutty taste complements the exotic flavours found in the regional food. Teff is used to make flatbreads, breads and cakes. Try substituting part or all of your standard flour to add fibre to your favourite recipe.

Nutrition Information (Typical)

Energy 1508kJ/359kcal
Fat 2.7g
Of which saturates 0.6g
Carbohydrate 70.4g
Of which sugar <1.6g
Fibre 7.6g
Protein 11.5g
Salt 0.02g


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