Baking and Cooking

Lucky Hazelnut Meal

So many recipes, so little time. Here’s a tastier and nutritious substitute for flour and it’s “recipe ready” to save valuable time.

Whether you’re baking cakes, bread, cookies, crumbing meat and fish or whipping up a yummy dessert, this is a great wheat-free that gives a great nutty taste.


Avg Qty per 100g
Energy 2614kJ (625Cal)
Protein 15.1g
Fat – total 59.1g
– saturated 3.9g
– trans < 0.1g
– polyunsaturated 7.0g
– monounsaturated 46.9g
Carbohydrate – total 11.8g
– sugars 4.2g
Dietary Fibre 11.0g
Sodium 2mg
Potassium 488mg
Vitamin E 19mg
RDI is the Recommended Dietary Intake (Aust/NZ) of a nutrient. A 30g serving of Lucky Hazelnut Meal provides:
Protein 9% RDI
Dietary Fibre 11% RDI
Vitamin E 57% RDI
Percentage daily intakes are based on an average adult diet of 8700kJ. Your daily intakes may be higher or lower depending on your energy needs.