Peanut flour is the defatted (to varying extent) peanut meal and peanut oil cake leftover from the production of peanut oil. It may be toasted to a dark or light roast and has a nutty peanut flavor. It can be found in sweetened, powdered peanut butter substitutes or sold plain. See: Peanut oil cake.
Peanut flour retains the proteins, minerals, and vitamins of peanuts with a reduced fat content and therefore a reduced caloric content. Fat content varies between brands. Peanut flour is a concentrated source of protein. See: Peanuts, Peanut oil.
Peanuts are a common allergen. Peanut flour is typically gluten-free.
Cookies, cakes, peanut flour, powdered peanut butter, reduced fat peanut butter, granola, confectionery, baked goods, chocolates, soups, breads
Self Nutrition Data
Partially defatted peanut flour, partially defatted peanut meal