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Amount Per Serving
- Certified Kosher
- Made By Hand
- Made in USA
- Sourced Direct From Farmers
- Cholesterol Free
- Dairy Free
- Dye and Color Additive Free
- High Fructose Corn Syrup Free
- Low Fat
- No Added Sugar or Sweeteners
- No Artificial Ingredients
- No Trans Fats
- Preservative Free
- SLS Free
- Sugar Free
Reviews For Small Pearl Tapioca
Based on 14 Reviews
The bag will last a long time and make many batches of pudding,you can add chocolate powder,there are recapies on the bag it's a natural thickener for soups and anything that needs thickining I love it
- Kasandra campbell
This tapioca will last you a long time many many batches and it can be used as a thickener in soups
It's really good pudding
- Kasandra campbell
Use this to make pudding. Great texture. Trusted brand. Cheaper here than in the store.
These tapioca pearls are very high quality, I may never buy the minute brand again. When cooked it is very creamy and has a delightful texture.
I have always loved tapioca pudding, but gave it up long ago when I became lactose intolerant. But using almond milk, and maple syrup and dried cranberries instead of sugar, I made a mildly sweet dessert that was nutritious, paleo, and a wonderful reminder of my childhood love for tapioca.
Great for pudding, etc. Excellent brand!
This makes the yummiest tapioca pudding!
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE! My daughter now wants nothing but tapioca pudding!
Bob's red Mill Tapioca rocks!
I made a batch of tapioca pudding today according to the directions on the package. It was a pity to boil raw goat milk at $12 a 1/2 gal so I used some pasteurized.
I added to the recipe at the end some nutmeg, freshly ground ginger root, and a very ripe organic sliced banana. To half the lot I stirred in cocoa/carob powder. I put in very little sugar, using some Sucanat, and some Coconut sugar from THRIVE.
It was beyond delicious - even better than my mother used to make! Best of all it fits into a liquid diet after for people who are full extraction of all teeth. I would like to add this recipe to a book I am writing for those who also need a diet of pureed food, which includes babies and some elderly folk.
- Shira Nahari
works for me
I makes great flour.
- R Paris
WHAT I ALWAYS WANTED TAPIOCA PUDDING TO TASTE LIKE!
I used these for only one thing and that's making tapioca pudding! I love the instant tapioca you can buy in the grocery store, so I decided to try this. The process takes a bit longer as you have to soak the tapioca pearls in water, but then BAM! The flavors come together in a fantastic way and the consistency is perfect! I was happily surprised and couldn't be happier!
I'm not sure what else this flour is used for, but I bought it to make tapioca pudding, which was one of my favorites when I was a kid.
There are instant mixes out there, but they're full of artificial ingredients, and this is natural. I use organic sweetener to keep the pudding as healthy as possible, and for those who are lactose intolerant, I've found that unsweetened almond milk is a fantastic substitute.
- Gregg Richards
I've started baking a whole lot more lately, and I've been tired of paying a lot of money for pre-bought tapioca, so I thought I'd give this a try. It's surprisingly easy to do! It requires a bit of extra ingredients than buying it store-bought, but it tastes so much better. It tastes so fresh and fluffy, and it wasn't nearly as hard as I thought it was. I have to keep more ingredients on-hand than just buying pre-made from the store, but it really seems worth it.
- Cassandra J.
Easy Tapioca Pudding
I really trust Bob's Red Mill. I have bought many of their products over the years. One that I keep around is the small pearl tapioca. I was spending close to $6 a bag on it at our local whole food store, so when I found it here on Thrive for almost half that, I was super excited. I use Thrive for many of my go to products for their great prices now.
This tapioca is easy to use and tastes great. It is a great gluten free, paleo snack. I have liked tapioca ever since I did a report on Papua New Guinea in high school and had to make a native dish (or equivalent) and found that they eat Cus Cus which is just like our tapioca pudding. It is great having a brand I trust and love and be able to get it at a great price. It makes eating healthy so much easier.
- Stephanie P.
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