Love coconut flour recipes! Cooking with coconut flour is a healthy substitute for all purpose flour recipes and there are so many yummy coconut flour recipes available for every meal. Coconut flour is grain free and the mild and versatile coconut flour is a wonderful alternative to make and bake yummy treats.
The bonus with coconut flour is the mild taste so even skeptical coconut lovers may be very surprised to like and even love recipes with coconut flour.
I have been experimenting with coconut flour this year and have found a few fun, easy and creative recipes featuring coconut flour. Many times coconut flour is paired with coconut oil to create a healthy base for your recipe in lieu of all purpose flour.
If you are new to baking with coconut flour than you will notice the recipes tend to require more liquid than you are used to when baking with regular flour, but forge ahead and make the recipes as indicated. These coconut flour movers, bakers and shakers know their ingredients!
Gluten Free Coconut Flour
One of the best benefits of using coconut flour is the ability to bake grain free desserts, cakes, muffins and delectable goodies without worrying about allergies and dietary restrictions for those who cannot eat all purpose flour.
The taste of coconut flour is slightly nutty, but does not overtake your tastebuds with coconut with a Capital C. Once you decide upon a brand of coconut flour it is wise to keep using the same brand as you will come to know how a specific brand interacts with the moisture and if any tweaking of recipes is needed.
My main tip when working with a coconut flour batter is to let it rest after mixing! Many coconut batters may seem thin when first mixed, but no worries. Rest the batter 5-10 minutes and the batter will thicken.
Coconut Flour Breakfast Recipes
Easy Paleo Banana Pancakes by Delicious And Health
Coconut Sweet Potato Pancakes by Skinny Fitalicious
Coconut Flour Pancakes With Cream Cheese by Wholesome Yum
Honey Coconut Lemon Pancakes by Blondieaka
Low Carb Belgian Waffles by This Old Gal
Baked Almond Joy Donuts by Good Life Eats
Chaffles by Wholesome Yum
Coconut Flour Desserts
Coconut Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies by The Savvy Age
Coconut Tres Leches by Fearless Dining
Avocado Brownies by Savor and Savvy
No Bake Coconut Balls by The Savvy Age (perfect for any holiday and a No Bake Coconut flour dessert!)
Cookie Dough Energy Balls by Key To My Lime
Vanilla Mug Cake by Melanie Cooks
GF Ultra Chocolate Brownies by The Baking Chocolatess
Keto Strawberry Upside Down Cake by How 2 Do Keto
Keto Chocolate Cake by Primal Edge Health
Millionaire Shortbread by One Wholesome Life
Gluten Free Lemon Bars by The Soccer Mom Blog
Coconut Flour Dinner Recipes
Don’t forget coconut flour can be used for dinner and lunch recipes! Coconut is a mild flour and the coconut flour can be made into savory dinner recipes.
Keto Thanksgiving Stuffing by A Girl Worth Saving
Keto Taco Shells by How 2 Do Keto
Keto Blooming Onion by The Soccer Mom Blog
Air Fryer Coconut Flour Tilapia by Fork To Spoon
Bechamel Sauce by Emma Eats and Explores
Coconut Flour Bread Recipes
I really enjoy using coconut flour for recipes as a white flour substitute. Coconut flour is not just to be used in bread; enjoy these bread and alternative to white flour bread recipes.
Grain Free Focaccia by Emma East and Explores
Low Carb Paleo Tortillas by Wholesome Yum
Coconut Flour Tortilla Chips by Paleo Grubs
Keto Fathead Crackers by Wholesome Yum
Keto Garlic Bread Rolls by Creative Green Living
Paleo Banana Bread by One Wholesome Life
Coconut Flour Muffins
Love coconut flour muffin recipes! Coconut flour really lends itself to make moist muffins whether it be for breakfast, lunch or a snack.
Keto Pumpkin Muffins by Primal Edge Health
Gluten Free Lime Meringue Muffins by FoodNService
Paleo Pear Muffins by Fearless Dining
Paleo Banana Nut Chocolate Chip Muffins by Delicious And Healthy
Paleo Breakfast Muffins by Fearless Dining
DIY Alert! How To Make Your Own Coconut Oil
Have you ever wondered how to make coconut oil? Is it even possible?
The answer is yes! Enjoy this tutorial by the Blondieaka on how to make coconut oil >> How To Make Your Own Coconut Oil by Blondieaka