How to make Tigernut Kasha (Easy Recipe)


Recipe for Tigernut Kasha (Quick and Easy!)

This may be the easiest recipe you ever try! It requires as little as two ingredients and can be made in one of three easy ways, with an endless amount of options to adjust it to your preferences. This Tigernut Kasha recipe takes no more than a minute to prepare and can be eaten any time of day. Keep reading for ingredient highlights, preparation methods, customization tips, and storage instructions to make the most of your kasha experience.

Natureul Tigernut Kasha is the star ingredient here, and even though this recipe is majorly easy, it can be used in an endless variety of formulas to create whatever culinary delight you might desire. Made with tigernuts (a nut-free tuber), chia seeds, and a simple blend of other organic spices and ingredients, it makes a great addition to any recipe. It’s also a complete meal on its own!

There are two flavors of Tigernut Kasha available: Carob and Cinnamon, and Crunchy Cacao. Both of these high quality raw vegan formulas are gluten free, lactose free, nut free, and contain no preservatives, making them an easy choice to reach for when selecting a snack or a quick and simple meal. Both flavors have naturally chocolatey notes without being overly indulgent (hello, no added sugar!) and are perfect to satisfy your sweet tooth without sending you into a food coma.

For the easiest iteration of Tigernut Kasha, you have three different (but equally easy) methods of preparation to choose from. The adaptability of this recipe makes it great for any circumstance, whether you have high-tech gear or the most basic, rudimentary utensils at your disposal. You can make Tigernut Kasha virtually anywhere! It’s so easy to make, it almost requires no explanation.

You can also make this recipe as complicated as you desire by adding whatever suitable ingredients you have on hand. Use your best judgment when selecting companion ingredients for your kasha and play around with the ratios to create the perfect taste and texture. You can top it with a dollop of yogurt or coconut cream, fold in Tigernut Spread, sprinkle it with fresh berries, or add some crunch by crumbling a handful of Tigernut Granola over the top. Your only limit is your imagination. Share your creations with us by tagging #natureulfood on social media!

Ingredients for Tigernut Kasha

Serves one


  • ⅓ cup plus two tablespoons plant milk
  • Extra liquid to adjust the consistency to your preference

Step by Step Recipe for making Tigernut Kasha

Stir Method

  1. Add the Tigernut Kasha to a stable container like a bowl.
  2. Slowly stream in ⅓ cup of liquid of your choice while whisking with a fork or rapidly stirring with a spoon until completely incorporated and smooth.
  3. Optional: add additional liquid using the same method in step 2 to adjust the consistency to your liking.
  4. Enjoy!

Blender Method

  1. Add both ingredients to a blender.
  2. Blend on high speed for 15 seconds, stopping halfway through to scrape down the sides with a rubber spatula if necessary.
  3. Test the consistency and add more liquid if desired. Blend again to incorporate.
  4. Pour into a serving dish.
  5. Eat your easy kasha!

Shake Method

  1. Add both ingredients to a shaker bottle with a metal blender ball.
  2. Shake vigorously for 15-30 seconds.
  3. Take a sip and adjust the texture to your preference by adding more liquid and shaking for an additional 5-10 seconds.
  4. Enjoy your kasha straight from the bottle or transfer to a serving dish.

For Hot Kasha

If you prefer to eat your kasha hot, follow the preparation steps for any of the methods above. Then, prior to eating, transfer the kasha to a microwave-safe container and microwave on high in 10 second intervals until you reach the desired temperature. It’s that easy!

Best way to store Tigernut Kasha

You probably won’t need to store a single serving of kasha, but if you do end up with leftovers or you make a large batch, you can store it in an airtight container in the refrigerator for 2-4 days. If some separation occurs, don’t worry! You can simply recombine it by repeating the steps of your favorite method as outlined above.