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Nutiva Organic Coconut Flour, 3 lb.
- Coconut is an excellent source of dietary fiber that facilitates healthy digestion and absorption of vitamins and minerals
- Coconut flour is also low in sodium, digestible carbohydrates, and very low in cholesterol
- Coconut flour is low in sodium, digestible carbohydrates and very low in cholesterol
- Excellent allergen-free baking ingredient for those with Celiac disease as well as a growing population of people with gluten sensitivity
- Non-grain alternative to wheat and other grain flours
- Full of fiber and low in digestible carbohydrates
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Top Customer Reviews
I have been eating low carb for awhile now, but now my daughter has eczema and it seems exacerbated by gluten so we've gone gluten free as well. With the help of Nutiva coconut flour I am still able to make breads, cakes, cookies, etc. for my daughter to enjoy. It is very finely ground, which is what you want in a coconut flour. I have used this in lots of recipes and I LOVE it. I am so glad that Nutiva is offering coconut flour, I buy coconut oil from them as well and am very happy with it.
All in all it's the perfect flour for people who are on no gluten or low carb diets. The healing properties in coconut are AMAZING and I'm SO happy for this product! :)
Between our Paleo baking needs and making Paleo "oatmeal/porridge", we go through about two pounds of coconut flour a month. I immediately measured out the entire bag into zip-top quart-size freezer bags, and stashed the extras in our deep freezer, where we keep all of our Paleo pantry items, including nuts, nut flours, and starches. Unlike almond flour, coconut flour doesn't create unmanageable, large, hard clumps when frozen. We regularly use coconut flour straight from the freezer. Come check out my blog at GreenOrganicMama dot com for some recipes, like our gluten-free, Paleo sweet potato crab cakes, "no-corn" muffins, and apple cider donut holes, which were so quick and easy to make with this Nostalgia Electrics JFD-100 Cake Pop & Donut Hole Bakery.Read more ›
I called the company to discover that this is produced in a facility that also handles wheat. Yes, I know how this works, my dad was a robotics engineer in the food handling/packaging business in the last ten years of his career.
PLease NUTIVA, make this available for those with celiac to safely purchase! What a great price this is--I almost purchased the large size directly from NUTIVA before discovering this fact. The BRM is too dry/clumpy, the Edwards and Sons company is one I don't trust for several reasons, and the Baker's Secret is so expensive. I bake my own bread with CF as a base so I use this daily. Plus all my cookies, muffins, etc. have coconut flour, sometimes excusively.
A note to others with the same concern: Have you noticed lately how many things are labled GF (not certified) but that also have the manufacturing warning! We really need to be diligent EVERY TIME we purchase, or even repurchase, an item as the GF status can change. It has happened to me several times lately that something previously thought was GF no longer is. We really need to be cautious.
Update: Nutiva has announced that items in the new packaging--chia and coconut flour are now not only GF but certified GF. Thank you Nutiva for responding to customer needs!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have made a lot off microwave mug cakes and buns with this its great.Published 1 day ago by regina carriveau
little bit goes a long way...screwed up coulpe times using to much in baking ...Published 14 days ago by Debbie
This was gross. I only used a few cups and then it was in the trash. =(Published 19 days ago by atm
My favorite Coconut Flour! Was disappointed when Costco quit carrying it and am so glad to be able to get it here. Happy girl!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer