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Coconut Secret Organic Raw Coconut Flour-16 Oz
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Use for baking, to thicken gravy, or as a supplement to super boost fiber content in smoothies and any recipe! Coconut flour readily absorbs moisture, so we suggest that you blend with other flours at a ratio of 1/4 cup coconut flour to 3/4 cups alternate flour. When using 100% Coconut Flour, it is necessary to add eggs at a ratio of 4 eggs to 1 cup flour. It is also helpful to increase the liquid content in coconut
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Chocolate Almond Joy Cake
¾ cup canned coconut milk
2 teaspoons almond extract
¾ cup coconut palm sugar
½ cup blanched almond flour
½ cup coconut flour
¼ teaspoon sea salt
½ teaspoon baking soda
¼ cups unsweetened shredded coconut
1 bar of 72% chopped dark chocolate
1. In a large bowl, whisk together eggs, coconut milk, almond extract and palm sugar with a mixer.
2. In a smaller bowl, combine almond flour, coconut flour, salt and baking soda.
3. Slowly add dry ingredients into wet with a mixer.
4. Stir in ½ cup of the chocolate chips.
5. Grease an 8×8 inch baking dish.
6. Pour batter into dish, then sprinkle shredded coconut and remaining chocolate chips on top.
7. Bake at 350° for 30 minutes. (Enjoy the smell of toasted coconut wafting through the house!)
8. Cool for 1 hour.
I originally used chana dal flour (also known as "gram flour," "garbanzo bean flour," or "chick pea flour". This flour, made from chickpeas, is available at any Indian grocery or here on Amazon under one of those names). I continued to lose weight by using chana dal flour but it has a somewhat bitter taste.
I then tried the Chebe line of flours ( Chebe Bread All-Purpose Mix, 7.5-Ounce Bags (Pack of 8) ) which is manioc (tapioca) flour. Very good, highly recommended, but the dough gets very chewy.
I then tried cooking with just this coconut flour, in total disregard of the package instructions, which recommends not using this flour on its own but instead substituting a quarter of your regular flour with this. Big mistake to ignore the package directions. It wouldn't stick together and soaked up a huge amount of water. Total disaster.
I'm now doing as the package recommends and I genuinely love this flour. It's totally delicious and I wish I could use it on its own, but it's just not realistic. I'm now using a coconut flour-Chebe blend, with occasional coconut flour-chana dal flour days. And I keep losing weight without any other changes to my diet.
1 egg (for WW use 3 egg whites), 2 tbsp Coconut flour, 1 tsp baking powder, 1/2 tsp cinnamon, a splash of vanilla, splenda to taste ( I generally use a couple of packets, but if you are using liquid it will be different, Mix this together and cook in a glass cereal bowl about 2 minutes in the microwave and you have cake! Top with a little greek yogurt or cream cheese sweetened with artificial sweetner and it's yummy!
Coconut flour is a bit different than other flours. Because all the oil is removed, it's very dry, and sucks up liquid like a sponge. Since it's gluten free, you have to add eggs, oil, or water to get it to behave just the way you want it to. Also, removing one or two yolks and replacing them with egg whites really helps with the final product, as you'll get a less eggy taste and more of a floury baked good taste. And if you're not afraid of fat, try and add a little more oil instead of water, and it'll really help with the dryness that some people seem to have issues with.
5.99 is a really good price. Sure, it looks like it's more expensive than those bags of all purpose flours you find at the grocery store, but is it really? Consider this:
Coconut flour is 45% fiber
Coconut flour is a good source of protein
Coconut flour is low in fat(for those who care)
Coconut flour won't slowly weaken you like wheat does
Coconut flour can last a long time.
I personally make coconut flour "tortillas" to take to school, because it's portable and freezes well. I use 2 egg whites, 1 TBSP coconut flour, and 2 tbsp of coconut oil. A tub of this lasts me a good month
Only complaint I have is that on the box, it says 1 cup of coconut flour for 4 eggs. I'd say that's too much coconut flour for 4 eggs. You'd need 5 or 6 eggs at least.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My daughter helped me to learn that I might be Gluten Sensitive for a few years now.
I always made her gluten free meals but didn't take my food preparation seriously. Read more
high quality product, great taste. watch how much you use vs how much water you drink or else it may be uncomfortable the next time you need to use the restroom.Published 1 month ago by me
Such an amazing product that I could go on for ever. It totally saves me with all of my severe sensitivities.Published 3 months ago by Laura C
This product is a life saver! I use it for baking in place of flour.Published 5 months ago by crystal cross