Bob's Red Mill Organic Coconut Flour, 16-ounce (Pack of 4)
- Case of Four, 16 oz. bags (4 lbs. total)
- USDA Certified Organic; Gluten Free; Vegan/Vegetarian; Kosher Pareve
- Grain-free flour; Paleo-friendly
- Excellent source of dietary fiber; good source of iron
- Unsulphured; unsweetened; single-ingredient
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Size: 4 Pack
Manufactured in a facility that also uses tree nuts and soy.
Calories (60 g), Calories From Fat (15 g), Total Fat (1.5 g), Saturated Fats (1 g), Total Carbohydrate (10 g), Dietary Fiber (6 g), Protein (2 g)
4 boxes 16oz in each box
Ingredients Organic Coconut
Keeps best refrigerated or frozen.
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Top Customer Reviews
Coconut flour, which is fairly mild in flavor, is gluten-free, high-fiber, and high-protein. It naturally sweetens dishes even though it's low in carbohydrates - glycemic load of zero. I use this versatile fiber for smoothies, pancakes, muffins, brownies, and pizza crusts. You can also use it to thicken soups and sauces.
Because coconut flour lacks gluten, you have to use many eggs to bind ingredients. However, I reduce the overpowering flavor of the eggs and increase the fat (coconut oil) and fluids because the flour absorbs large amounts of moisture and dries out the products. Blueberry coconut flour muffins taste great and mimic cornbread with a slightly fibrous texture.
Whether you are eating low-carb, diabetic-friendly, gluten-free, or any other diet, you can still use this versatile, virtually non-allergenic coconut flour to boost your fiber intake and add variety to your dishes. My digestive system feels much better with all this coconut flour! I just wish that it was sold in 50-pound sacks!
favorite find. Overall, I am a stickler for quality and this brand
has that base covered.
I have added this Coconut Flour into my smoothies with fab results.
My intial reason for purchasing this product was not as a "sub" flour to use as baking, but rather as an easy, quick and hopefully nice tasting fiber boost. Heck, it doesn't add any sugar. Carb level is fine, fat level is fine (for my purposes). Well, nice tasting it certainly is!
The texture is as fine as baby powder. Blends in seamlessly to my smoothies and now I have started to add to my homemade sauces and dressings. It adds to the smooth texture & consistency, nice subtle flavor
and for the fiber boost.
This product does not have a "bowl you over" coconut flavor.
In fact, when I use quite a bit of it in my smooties, it has a slight
hint of coconut ... not even enough to register on my boyfriend's unsuspecting palette.
Don't rely on published recipes to harness the value of this product.
Explore and do what you want.
NOTE about the fiber boost: My latest research points to 35g of fiber
being a target amount for daily consumption. I add a fiber boost here and there and it adds up
Another great way to use coconut flour is with chicken or shrimp. Simply dip the chicken or shrimp in an egg bath and then coat with coconut flour. We then brush on a little more egg and sprinkle some Red Bob's Unsweetened Coconut flakes on top. We then fry using coconut oil. Its important to note that we fry at a lower temperature so as not to destroy all the nutritional value of the Coconut oil. High temperatures really kill a lot of the nutritional value of oils so I recommend cooking at lower temperatures when using oils like coconut oil or olive oil.
We also tried coconut flour in many other recipes including my families nutball recipe. The first attempts didn't work out too well but we eventually found a good substitution ratio and the results were really quite amazing. We have also made muffins, pancakes and even english muffins. What I have learned is that Coconut flour is truly a unique flour and with a little bit of experimentation and patience, it can really be an amazing substitute for more popular flours. It is a much dryer flour and as such you will have to compensate for that in your recipes.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really liked this coconut flour until I was shopping at Trader Joe's this morning and saw a 16oz bag of Organic Coconut Flour for $2.99. Read morePublished 18 days ago by E. Reid
I've been making cookies with this flour and so far I'm very pleased. the quality is great and the price was cheap in comparison to the supermarkets around me.Published 23 days ago by Deedee
This coconut flour is great for making pancakes about 3 table spoons can make about 5-6 pancakes. A little goes a long way. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I really love Bob's Red Mill products. They have such good quality and I love this coconut flour. Outstanding and will buy again!Published 2 months ago by Seraphimrose