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Teff Flour

Gluten Free
Whole Grain

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SKU: MTX1534

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Nutritional Facts
Serving Size: 1/4 cup (40g)
Servings Per Container: 22
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Calories 150
Calories from Fat 10
Total Fat 1.5 g 2 %
Saturated Fat 0 g 0 %
Trans Fat 0 g 0 %
Cholesterol 0 mg 0 %
Sodium 5 mg 0 %
Total Carbohydrate 29 g 10 %
Dietary Fiber 5 g 20 %
Sugars 0 g N/A
Protein 5 g 10 %
Vitamin A 0 %
Vitamin C 0 %
Calcium 6 %
Iron 15 %
* Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Ingredients whole grain teff

*Manufactured in a facility that also uses tree nuts and soy

Teff Flour comes from a gluten free ancient grain that originated in North Africa. Substitute teff flour for about 25% of the white flour called for in baked goods recipes for increased nutrition and distinctive flavor. Teff is a good source of iron and an excellent source of fiber.


Teff Flour is a pleasingly light, uniquely flavored, 100% whole grain flour. Ethiopian households have been using teff flour in their baking for ages. A favorite teff dish eaten at almost every Ethiopian meal is a flat, crepe-like bread called Injera.

Whole Grain Teff, an ancient East African cereal grass, is a nutritional powerhouse. It is the smallest grain in the world—about 100 grains of teff are the size of a single kernel of wheat! Compared to other grains, it has a much larger percentage of bran and germ so it's a very good source of dietary fiber, protein, iron, amino acids, vitamin C and calcium. Another teff flour benefit is the calcium content that significantly surpasses that of all other grains.

Due to the small size of the grain, it is almost impossible to grind teff flour in your home mill. We are glad to do the work for you! Now you, too, can enjoy the light, nutty flavor and bountiful nutrition of teff flour in your home. Substitute Teff Flour for about a fourth of the all-purpose flour called for in your favorite baked goods recipe to add an appealing taste and added nutrition. Naturally gluten free, teff is a wonderful way to add something a bit exotic to your diet.

To Your Good Health

  • Gluten Free

    This gluten free product was handled exclusively in our dedicated gluten free facility and tested for gluten free integrity in our quality control laboratory using an ELISA Gluten Assay test.

  • Kosher

    As a continued commitment to the quality of the products we make and sell, all of Bob’s Red Mill products are certified kosher pareve or kosher dairy by Rabbi Avrohom Teichman of Kehilla Kosher, Igud HaKashrus of Los Angeles.

  • Whole Grain

    This product is 100% whole grain. It includes all of the nutritious bran, germ and endosperm that whole grains offer.

  • Vegan

    All Bob’s Red Mill products are vegetarian. This product is also vegan, meaning it is made without the use of any animal products including eggs, dairy, and honey.

  • Stone Ground

    Our stone-ground flours and meals are made the old fashioned way, on our slow-turning quartz-stone mills. This time honored technique maintains cool temperatures, which preserves the natural flavor and healthy nutrition of the grains.

  • High Fiber

    Each serving of this product provides 20% or more of the recommended daily value for fiber. Dietary fiber aids digestion and makes you feel full faster, so it can help you maintain a healthy weight.

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Broadening our Nutritional Horizons
We are losing weight at our house and we are experimenting with ethnic and other new for us foods to keep mealtime more interesting. So far I have enjoyed using this product in Ethiopian injera bread and plan on trying other recipes. I would highly recommend it to others.
February 17, 2018
1 month ago
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
Dietary Preferences / Restrictions:
weight loss
In the kitchen, I am:
Serious Home Cook
Cooking For:
My Family
I mixed teff flour with unbleached white four in a batch of oatmeal cookies and now teff flour is at lest 1/2 the flour in all my cookies, English muffins and brownies! We live the "earthy" flavor it adds.
February 9, 2018
1 month ago
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
Dietary Preferences / Restrictions:
Good healthy fooed
In the kitchen, I am:
Serious Home Cook
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Makes an excellent flat bread.
January 17, 2018
2 months ago
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
Dietary Preferences / Restrictions:
90% gluten free diet
In the kitchen, I am:
Not a Cook, but Trying
Cooking For:
Great substitute for whole wheat flour
I tried this for the first time in my tried and true challah recipe. I used it as a substitute for whole wheat flour. The challah turned out so delicious that even my kids who don't like whole wheat bread, asked for seconds!
November 19, 2017
4 months ago
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
Dietary Preferences / Restrictions:
In the kitchen, I am:
Serious Home Cook
Cooking For:
My Family
Great Crepes
My husband prefers Teff crepes over regular crepes made with white flour. Teff crepes have more flavor and are delicious!
November 11, 2017
5 months ago
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
6 months - a newbie
In the kitchen, I am:
Serious Home Cook
Cooking For:
My Family
Tiff flour
Tiff flour makes great waffles and pancakes.
November 9, 2017
6 months ago
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
Dietary Preferences / Restrictions:
Gluten and lactose free
In the kitchen, I am:
Serious Home Cook
Cooking For:
My Family
My favorite flour!
I love Teff flour. It has a nice, nutty taste & is great for mixing with other flours in cakes, muffins & cookies. It is heavier than other flours, so take that into consideration when using for baked goods. It is great for those who are gluten free. I always have some on hand.
November 8, 2017
8 months ago
Dietary Preferences / Restrictions:
Gluten Free
In the kitchen, I am:
Serious Home Cook
Cooking For:
My Family
Teff flour
I have purchased this flour but have not used it yet.
October 30, 2017
4 months ago
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
Dietary Preferences / Restrictions:
Gluten free
In the kitchen, I am:
Serious Home Cook
Cooking For:
My Family
Great pancakes on first use
I substituted 100% teff flour for other grains I usually use in making buttermilk pancakes. This was my first experience with teff and I was so surprised at how great the taste and texture are.
November 10, 2016
March 6, 2016
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New to gluten free baking and needed it for recipe for Irish Soda bread
CINDY G on Mar 9, 2018
I want to try and make Injera bread for Ethiopian cuisine
Jane M on Mar 7, 2018
New to gluten free baking and needed it for recipe for Irish Soda bread
CINDY G on Mar 9, 2018
i like to try new flours
M J S on Mar 9, 2018
I want to try and make Injera bread for Ethiopian cuisine
Jane M on Mar 7, 2018
Use it for baking
Justin T on Mar 7, 2018
I love this flour! I have used it for pancakes and it has a wonderful flavor and texture...perfect every time!
Linda D on Feb 27, 2018
My kids are gluten intolerant so teff is a great alternative to wheat flour. Also, it contains a significant amount of nutrient.
Astra P on Feb 23, 2018
Adds great flavor to bread
Nancy E on Feb 18, 2018
I have celiac and trust Bob's Red Mill GF flours since they are made in a dedicated GF facility - THANK YOU for the piece of mind! Excellent quality too! This is my go-to flour.
Geri S on Feb 16, 2018
Everything else is so good from Bob's Red Mills, I wanted to try this also.
Danna H on Feb 16, 2018
For a whole grain flour recipe
Crystal H on Feb 10, 2018
I've been making a lot of injira bread for the freezer. The other recipes look good as well.
Linda S on Feb 9, 2018
Some thing new.
Jody M on Feb 8, 2018
it is a high quality product
muleman on Feb 6, 2018
Looking for new flavors and textures in my sour dough baking.
Heike P on Feb 5, 2018
recipes in Honey and Oats cookbook
awennink on Feb 4, 2018
Cannot buy locally
Tony M on Feb 2, 2018
Love the texture and flavor as well as the healthy aspects
Joseph C on Feb 2, 2018
I have Ethiopian foster children and I make injera and ambasha for them
joy b on Feb 1, 2018
I want to try to make injera
Anita C on Feb 1, 2018
I Have a recipe that I want to try out for Valentine Day! New Grain For me to try!
Christine G on Jan 28, 2018
I use it as a base for a whole grains baking mix for making deserts
Lynn P on Jan 27, 2018
Friend asked for it
Melissa F on Jan 27, 2018
I make my own whole grain gluten free flour blend
Christina A on Jan 26, 2018
Need for a specific recipe
Janet P on Jan 25, 2018
I like to use different grains in my breads
Jeanne L on Jan 10, 2018
Making injera, Ethiopian bread
MaryJane Q on Jan 8, 2018
new bread recipes requires this flour
GLORIA Z on Jan 4, 2018
This product, with all the nutrients will be a great replacement for traditional wheat flours.
Nancy J on Jan 3, 2018
To use in gluten free baking
Marilyn L on Dec 31, 2017
Makes a GREAT flatbread! I let mixture set for 24 hours before using - seems to give it a bit of a sourdough type taste.
George D on Dec 26, 2017
Specified for ATK gluten free whole grain flour blend
Christina S on Dec 25, 2017
For gf baking
Brenda M on Dec 19, 2017
Required for recipe
Jane S on Dec 11, 2017
This is a great addition to gluten-free bread.
TAMERA D on Dec 11, 2017
I bought my husband a bread cookbook for Christmas and it includes recipes for injera. I love it in restaurants and can't wait to try making it at home. I'm going to wrap up some teff flour for under the tree!
Cheryl H on Dec 11, 2017
Teff Flour is an ingredient in my gluten free bread recipe
Gloria S on Dec 9, 2017
We love the nutritional value of Teff. We use it in cookies, scones, muffins and more. When going gluten free, I found a great book that incorporates teff into the baked goods. It really gives the heartiness wheat does to baked goods.
Amy J on Dec 6, 2017
Tastes delicious in pancakes
Michael H on Nov 24, 2017
makes very good gluten free bread
Sally L on Nov 20, 2017
After eating at Empress Tytu Restaurant, Cleveland, want to make own injera.
ORIN M on Nov 20, 2017
bread making
Debra A on Nov 14, 2017
We eat at an Ethiopian Restaurant all the time and I love their injera bread so much that I thought I would take a crack at making my own
Alliene G on Nov 14, 2017
Looking for an option that does not encourage Candida growth.
O U on Nov 11, 2017
I love to add Teff flour to my gluten-free baked goods. It has a wonderful sweet slightly nutty flavor that makes a good substitute for whole wheat.
Deborah K on Nov 5, 2017
I wanted to try making Injera, which I have liked in Ethiopian restaurants.
Stephen F on Nov 4, 2017
Ingredient for gluten free recipes
Deborah G on Nov 1, 2017
The teff makes really good Injera, either way as a quick injera with white vinegar, baking soda and club soda or the long fermented version. But the real treat is the Teff Muffin recipe on the bag! I tweak it and use bananas and it's the most popular muffin in the house!
David K on Oct 28, 2017
I like to try different gluten free flours and those is good.
Sondra a on Oct 20, 2017
TEFF Flour is one of the newest flours that I am now buying in case quantity. Not only is it high in both fiber and calcium but it adds something unique both to the taste and texture of my baked goods.
Joseph C on Oct 20, 2017
Because I am unable to purchase it locally
Sharon L on Oct 19, 2017
i like to try new flours
M J S on Mar 9, 2018
Use it for baking
Justin T on Mar 7, 2018
I usually make banana bread with 2 and 1/4 cups of all-purpose flour how am I supposed to use to teff flour in place of this amount?
A shopper on Nov 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Teff flour is more dense than all-purpose flour -- I never use it by itself in place of regular flour. Gluten-free baking (is that what you're trying for?) nearly always requires a combination of other flours & starches in place of wheat flour. For the banana bread recipe you mention above, try 1/4 cup teff flour and 2 cups of a general, gluten-free flour blend, or 2 cups all-purpose flour if you can have gluten. If you find that you like the flavor of teff (I love it), you can go with 1/2 cup teff flour to 1 3/4 cups all-purpose. I wouldn't try it with more than that.
Does anyone know if this Teff flour is Non-GMO?
A shopper on Feb 16, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi! Yes, this product is Non-GMO. Every item from Bob's Red Mill is Non-GMO and you can read more about our sourcing practices here: https://www.bobsredmill.com/non-gmo

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