on July 22, 2013
I have been using coconut flower for several years. This is the first time I tried the Honeyville brand, and I was surprised at how smooth it was. Previously, I was using Bob's Red Mill and it tended to be clumpy. I had to sift it before using it. With the Honeyville, I measure it as it comes from the package and it stirs in smoothly.
on March 31, 2013
The taste is fabulous, the smell is fabulous, the amount you use (about 1/3 of wheat flour) is really fabulous. Though it will take time, patience, and effort to get used to the differences between baking with wheat flour and coconut flour, the most fabulous part about it is how much fun (and how great it tastes) will make all the trials (and errors) more than worthwhile. Though I'm an old lady, I'm new to gluten free, and experimenting with different flours has been so much fun. Thanks, guys!!
on June 1, 2013
I use a lot of coconut flour and almond flour if I make baked goods, and the coconut is delicious. My husband does not particularly enjoy coconut, but if you do like the taste, this adds such an exquisite flavor to things. The smell is so good, I could just smell it and be happy!
on April 12, 2014
At the first of the year, I switched over to a Paleo lifestyle. I was looking for a replacement to flour and grains to make muffins, pancakes etc. I have used this product in all kinds of baking, muffins, pancakes, breads, etc. I really like it. The coconut flour comes in a reseal able bag, which so far I have not run into any issues with.
on March 15, 2014
But it's a really big five pound bag! It will take me a while to use it up, so I store it in the freezer. Very fine texture and top quality. I use it primarily in baked goods because I am allergic to grains and grain flours. I bought this initially to make the 'Real Deal Chocolate Chip Cookies' from the cookbook "Against All Grain." FANTASTIC!