What Is Psyllium Husk Powder?
Wholesome Yum Psyllium Husk Powder is simply one ingredient: pure psyllium husks, ground and sifted to a fine consistency.
Psyllium husks are a natural source of fiber and prebiotic, making it great for digestion and regularity [*]. It comes in different grades – ours has the highest fiber content and zero net carbs per serving.
Our finely ground psyllium makes an ideal keto friendly, low carb addition in low carb baking as well as a fiber supplement – with zero net carbs!
Pick up a bag of Wholesome Yum Psyllium Husk Powder and enjoy baking breads, pizza crusts, and more, without the high carbs or guilt.
Why You’ll Love Our Ground Psyllium Husk Powder
✅ Excellent for baking – makes gluten-free and keto baked goods chewy!
✅ Super finely ground
✅ Keto friendly – won’t kick you out of ketosis!
✅ Diabetic friendly
✅ Gluten free
✅ Paleo friendly
✅ Kid & pet friendly
✅ May help lower blood sugar [*]
FAQs For Psyllium Husk Powder
If you’re new to psyllium, below are the answers to the most common questions about it. Read further down for information on how to bake with psyllium husk powder as well.
What is psyllium husk powder used for?
Psyllium husk powder is used for gluten-free and low carb baking, most often to achieve a chewy texture. It can also be used as a fiber supplement.
Why do baked goods made with psyllium husk powder sometimes turn purple?
Some brands can react with other common baking ingredients and add a purple or gray tinge to baked goods. Wholesome Yum Psyllium Husk Powder has been specifically tested to avoid this!
What is the difference between whole psyllium husks and powder?
Both forms of psyllium will provide the same benefits, but psyllium husk powder has a finer consistency, which makes it easier to use:
- Whole husks can create a gritty texture in baking, while the powder does not.
- As a supplement, ground psyllium husk powder is more convenient to use than whole husks.
Is psyllium husk powder keto friendly? Gluten-free?
Yes! Our psyllium husk powder is both keto friendly and gluten-free.
How many carbs in psyllium husk powder?
One serving (1 tablespoon) of Wholesome Yum Psyllium Husk Powder has 8 grams total carbs, but it’s all fiber, so it comes out to 0 grams net carbs per serving.
How to store psyllium husk powder?
Store psyllium husk powder in your pantry, in cool, dark place.
How To Use Psyllium Husk Powder
If you’re wondering how to use psyllium husk powder, here are the main ways…
Psyllium Husk Powder For Baking
The best way to use psyllium husk powder is to bake with it! It functions as a thickener, binding agent, and texture enhancer, all in one.
Add small amounts of powder (most commonly 2-6 tablespoons, depending on the recipe) to any baked recipe where a chewy texture is desired, such as bread or pizza crust. Be sure to add water or extra liquid to compensate, because it absorbs moisture.
It’s best to use recipes developed for psyllium husk powder. Try the popular Wholesome Yum low carb bread, 90-second bread, or almond flour tortillas.
Psyllium Husk Powder For Fiber
To use as a fiber supplement, stir 1 teaspoon ground psyllium husk powder into 8 ounces of water or other liquid.
Do not consume the powder without a full glass of liquid, as this can cause choking or constipation due to the high fiber content.
Where To Buy Psyllium Husk Powder
Buy the best psyllium husk powder right here at Wholesome Yum Foods! Just click “Add To Cart” on this page.
Wholesome Yum Psyllium Husk Powder
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