You may be looking forward to Summer nights with a blazing fire and the sound of singing crickets in the background. What if I told you that those sweet crickets had a distinct taste to them? Not the crunchy, oozing scene you have been primed to associate with all bugs, but instead that the flavours are mild and nutty.

You’d say I’m crazy right? Soon you’ll be roasting crickets by the fire instead of marshmallows.


Entomophagy – Simply, it is the human use of insects as food.

Cricket protein, and bug protein, have been a staple ingredient of diets all over the world for centuries. Countries in Africa, Asia, and South America have been incorporating insects into their daily diets and it’s now moving its way to Western countries. Why choose crickets over the other 1,900 species of edible insects out there? Crickets are among the top insects to eat – due mainly to their high source of protein and delicious taste.

Beans and Lentils at Market in Thailand
Fruits and Vegetables at Asian Market

Using crickets as a protein source, not only is it delicious, but also leads us towards a more sustainable future. Cricket farming produces less GreenHouse Gases than livestock farming, and having fresh, clean air is a future I want to be a part of! What about you?

What type of cricket do I use?

Fit Cricket uses the Acheta Domesticus, also known as the common house cricket. These crickets are native to Southeast Asia and have made their way into our homes over here in North America. They are typically bred as food for pets like amphibians, birds and reptiles; and now YOU! The reason why I use this type of cricket is all about flavour. The Acheta Domesticus has a certain and special flavour compared to other types: nutty, earthy and mild. If you’ve tried cricket protein powder or bars before and didn’t fancy them, well try again! It very well could have been the type of cricket that company uses. I partnered with the Food Innovation & Research Studio at George Brown College, after creating my recipes, to tweak and find the most popular, tasty flavours.

Fit Cricket Lemon Coconut Protein Bar
Fit Cricket Chili Chocolate Protein Bar
Fit Cricket Apple Pie Protein Bar


With one Fit Cricket Protein Bar you are eating 60 crickets and there’s 2x more protein than beef.

I was able to get creative with choosing flavours and making fun, delicious recipes that incorporated Fit Cricket Protein Powder, and I encourage you to get creative too!

The exciting part of my cricket protein powder is that it can be versatile. Have you found a great recipe but it says use 2 scoops of vanilla protein powder? Substitute Fit Cricket Powder and reap the benefits! Customize your recipes and get the most out of your nutritious. protein packed meals. If you’re having difficulty getting creative with recipe ideas, check out healthy protein powder recipe ideas on Google and simply substitute for a nutritional snack.


Banana Protein Pancakes
Protein Balls
Protein Packed Smoothie

Here are a few meals that will go well with Fit Cricket Protein Powder:

  • Protein Packed Pancakes
  • Muffins
  • Protein Balls
  • Smoothies
  • Oatmeal
  • Curry
  • Soups
  • Cookies
  • Cakes
  • Waffles

Treat your inner foodie, but make sure you’re getting all the protein you need! Fit Cricket has you covered.


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