Organic coconut flour is made from dried, ground coconut meat. Use coconut flour in baked goods for a lower-carb, high-fiber and gluten-free alternative to wheat flour.
- Nutritional Profile – High in fiber,5g of fiber per tablespoon of coconut flour. High in protein, 100g of serving of coconut flour has 19g of protein. Contains healthy fats, 9 grams of healthy fats per 100 grams.
- Health Benefits – Much of the fiber in coconut flour is the insoluble type, which adds bulk to your stool, helps you feel full, deters constipation and enhances colon health. Due to high fiber content, coconut flour does not spike your blood sugar as fast as whole grain flours.
- Usage – Add coconut flour to baked goods, sauces or smoothies to help you reach the recommended 25 to 38 grams of fiber daily. It can be used on its own to thicken soups or stews. Use it in lieu of breadcrumbs as a coating ingredient. Make waffles, pancakes, muffins, bread, cinnamon buns, cookies, brownies, cupcakes, etc. When baking with coconut flour, it works best to use an equal ratio of liquid to the flour and also for the best results. It is recommended to use coconut flour as a replacement for up to about 20% of the total flour in a recipe.