Kernel, flake or flour – so many ways to enjoy

Australian Lupin Beans are nutritious and versatile – they can be cooked into a dip (like hummus), mashed, used in baking as a flour substitute or as a crumb on fish, chicken or vegetables.

So, if you are looking to build muscle, lose weight, nourish yourself or your family, improve your overall health or help the planet, make friends with this little bean– it really is like no other.

Slow cook hero

Toss them into your favourite soup or stew for a protein and fibre boost

Baked goodness

Incorporate them into baked goods such as breads and muffins

Salad star

Add them to salads for a protein -packed lunch or dinner

Lower carb

Cook brown rice with Australian Lupin Beans to enjoy a low carb meal


Australian Lupin Beans can be added to savoury or sweet recipes to keep you healthy, happy and satisfied for longer. Our recipes are easy to follow and use readily available ingredients, so you don’t need to be a MasterChef to whip up a nutritious and delicious lupin dish.

What about Aussie Lupins and allergies?

While lupins can trigger allergies, much the same as other proteins, adverse reactions are infrequent. The range of severity is similar to other food allergens like peanuts, soybean, dairy, eggs or shellfish.
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