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Chestnut Flour

Chestnut Flour

Chestnut Flour has a beautiful, nutty sweet flavour. In Italy, it’s known as ‘farina dolce’ where its used to make a thin, crisp fruit cake called ‘Castagnaccio’ and a dark coloured bread called ‘Marocca di Castola’, which is now officially listed as a Slow Food product.
Chestnut Flour also makes lovely pancakes, gnocchi and pasta. The flavour pairs well with sweet elements like fruit, spices and chocolate, as well as savoury, meat options.
As with most gluten-free flours, it’s worth blending Chestnut Flour with other flours to develop the best texture. Almond Meal and Buckwheat Flour both complement well.


    Milled from Australian grown, spray free Chestnuts supplied by Nug Nuts in the King Valley.


    If you have any concerns, please let me know. I'm always happy to help resolve anything that might not be quite right or as you expect it.


    Available for posting.

    Also available for collection at the Castlemaine, Lancefield and Woodend Monthly Farmer's Markets. If you can't collect from one of the Markets, just get in touch and we'll make a plan.


    Chestnuts are naturally gluten-free. Stored and packed in a separate room, milled on dedicated gluten-free mills. Please note however that while we take great care in listing ingredients and maintaining safe kitchen practices, our products are NOT certified allergen free.

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