Our beloved grandfather, Poppy Sol, started this business in an open-air market. Three generations later, we’re still bringing smiles to our customers' faces.
Using Your Poppy Seeds
These blue, beautiful poppy seeds are bursting with bold, nutty flavor and have dozens of popular applications. Poppy seeds add both flavor and texture to breads, cookies, muffins, cakes and other baked goods, and are sometimes added to hamburger and hot dog buns to give them a little crunch. Try adding a few pinches to other favorites like pancake batter or salad dressing.
You can buy poppyseeds for uses outside of the kitchen, too. Their pleasing color and shape make them a popular additive to homemade bars of soap, in which they serve as a mild exfoliant. In Ayurveda, the traditional medicine of India, these seeds are ground into a paste with fresh milk to create a revitalizing skin moisturizer.
Our Registered Dietitian's Top PickOur Registered Dietitian and Health Nut likes poppy seeds to add crunch to muffins, quick breads, rolls and bread, especially since each ounce of poppy seeds has 13% of the daily value for calcium.
Blue Poppy Seeds Used Worldwide
Recipes from numerous cuisines call for these seeds, including some of the most iconic dishes from countries around the world.
In Ukrainian cuisine, blue poppy seeds are a key ingredient in kutia, a sweet pudding and common first dish in traditional twelve-course Christmas Eve dinners. The seeds can be ground into a fine paste that is commonly used throughout Central and Eastern Europe. This paste is a filling in makowiec, a traditional Polish bread roll, and in hamantash, a traditional Jewish cookie served during Purim in some parts of Europe.
Even when you can't travel the globe, you can use our bulk poppy seeds to whip up a huge range of international treats in your own home.
Poppy Seed NutritionConsidering all the delicious applications that these seeds have, it can be easy to forget that they're good for you, too. A single poppy seed serving delivers 13% of the daily recommended value of calcium, and boosts your daily intake of Vitamin A, Vitamin C and iron, as well. Added to your bird seed mix, these seeds are also good for our feathered friends. Pouring bulk poppy seeds into your feeders without other seed can even soothe digestive and gastrointestinal issues in many wild birds.
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Polly, Houston, TX June 28, 2009
“Your poppy seeds arrived today. They look and taste marvelous! Am I surprised? You bet!! Pleasantly so! In the stores, poppy seeds run about $3 an ounce. Your poppy seeds come out to about 32 cents an ounce!! I make between 6 and 9 loaves of lemon poppy seed bread every 10 days for a local homeless shelter. You have helped both me and the shelter by deferring this (potentially) expensive ingredient. I will definitely be buying more from you Nuts. Thanks for a great product, for not being greedy and for your MOST EXCELLENT customer service. ”
Bob, Lake In The Hills, Illinois November 13, 2008
“We have been buying poppy seed from you for several years now and the prices and fast shipping make holiday treats (cakes, cookies, bread) even better.”
George, Peoria, Illinois October 2, 2008
“Poppy Seeds arrived in 2 vs scheduled 3 days. My extended family has now found a reliable source for holiday cooking. ”
Ronna, Tarzana, CA September 8, 2008
“Your poppy seeds are fresh and delicious. I use them in my bread recipe. Thanks for sending them in a timely manner.”
Joyce, Cohutta, GA July 7, 2007
“Poppy seed arrived in excellent condition. I appreciate the courtesy and efficient service From: The Nuts On Line Family. Delicious poppy seed in strudels. ”
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stephen, Spring Hill, FL September 20, 2014
“great for baking bagels and in pizza dough .”
Serving Size 28g (~1 oz.)
(Approx. 16.2 Servings/Pound)
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|Calories From Fat||33|
Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Store in a cool dry place for up to 6 months. It is ok to refrigerate.
Country of Origin: Australia
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