This recent article speaks of commercially available bread made from ground crickets. To clarify, crickets are ground into flour and used in some combination with wheat flour. Now, to the best of my understanding (source), such bread could potentially be kosher.
But what would be the blessing on this bread? I mean, would it qualify as bread? Or would it be Mezonos, or even Shehakol?
I am particularly interested to find out whether, potentially, considering its higher protein content, health benefits and environmental considerations, cricket bread could become the standard staple bread, or whether we would necessarily need strictly grain-based bread for all situations when we want Hamotzi (e.g. the requirement to eat bread on Shabbat)?