Olu Olu Foods

Cassava Fufu Flour

Our cassava fufu flour is produced from an organic root tuber called cassava, which is grown across West Africa. The cassavas are peeled, washed, cut into pieces, and then left to soak in spring water for a day before sun drying. This results in sun-ripened, nutrient rich cassava that is milled into this fine flour.


Energy, 1444 kJ / 345 kcal (17% daily intake)
Fat, 1.2g (1.7%)
- of which: Saturates, 0.4g (2%)
Carbohydrate, 82.3g (32%)
- of which: Sugars, 0.1g (0.1%)
Fibre, 2.2g (7.3%)
Protein, 2.3g (4.6%)
Salt, 0.1g (0%)




To create a delicious and highly nutritious meal. Boil 3/4 cup of water or fresh milk in a saucepan. Add 1 tsp of Coconut Oil, 1tsp of Honey and with a wooden spatula, stir in 1 cup of Fufu flour; stir well till a lump free dough is formed. Add another 1/2 cup of water to the dough, reduce the heat and cover. Leave to cook for a further 3-5 minutes. Knead the dough again until smooth and velvety. Serve hot with a stew or accompaniment of your choice. (You can always add more Flour or Water, depending on your desired texture and consistency).


  • BAKE: add to your cookie, cake or bread mix for added nutrition 
  • STEAM: use to make steamed buns or to prepare dumplings
  • PIZZA: add to your pizza dough mix for extra richness and nutrition
  • SOUP: add to your soup for a thicker, richer, and heartier broth.


  • HEALTHY HEART: The high amount of potassium found in cassava is essential for maintaining the cell and body fluids that control your heart rate and blood pressure.
  • DIETARY FIBER: this flours high dietary fiber aids in digestion and prevents many forms of constipation.
  • HIGH IN ANTIOXIDANTS: cassava flour contain a good amount of your daily recommended amount of vitamin C in a single cup.
  • WEIGHT MANAGEMENT: The Fiber in fufu flour is slowly digested and keeps you fuller for longer, which can mean less snacking on unhealthy foods.