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Coconut flour is a simple, delicious flour. It’s the ground fiber of high-quality coconuts from the Philippines. It’s low in digestible carbohydrates and high in fiber, making it a super-healthy alternative for baked goods. You don’t need much to get great results, so a bag goes a long way. Our coconut flour is organic, gluten-free, and vegan.
A 14 gram serving of Anthony’s Coconut Flour has just over 6 grams of dietary fiber. Fiber is essential for digestion, blood sugar balance, and more. Women and men need 25 grams and 38 grams of fiber per day, respectively, according to the Institute of Medicine. Coconut flour is a great way to add fiber to your day in a delicious way!
You need protein for tons of different things in your body, from hair and skin to hormones and enzymes. 14 grams of Anthony’s Coconut flour contains 2 grams of protein! It’s a perfect plant-based way to up the protein content of baked goods.
Because most of the carbohydrates in coconut flour is fiber, it has little to no effect on blood sugar. This makes coconut flour perfect for those who need to watch their carbohydrate intake.
Can't decide between lemon poppy seed muffins or pancakes for breakfast? Make this recipe that combines the best of both worlds! Nutritious fiber-rich chia seeds are swapped for poppy seeds in this recipe; they make the pancakes healthier and fluffier, too!
These are truly fluffy and delicious like your favorite muffin, but they're much quicker to make! These pancakes are low-carb, gluten-free, and nut-free. Enjoy!
Makes 6-8 pancakes
Ever want a soft chocolate chip cookie without a bunch of sugar and gluten? You've come to the right place! These amazing chocolate chip cookies are low carb (sweetened with erythritol) and high fiber (thanks to a friend called coconut flour)!
Nutritious chia seeds replace eggs in this recipe and up the healthy fiber and healthy fat content even more. So go ahead and make a batch of these cookies; you won't regret it!
Prep time: 10 minutes
Cook time: 20 minutes
Yield: about a dozen
How should coconut flour be stored?
Because of the beneficial fats in coconut flour, it keeps best when kept in the refrigerator or freezer. A bag of coconut flour goes a long way, so keeping it as fresh as possible is a good idea.
How is coconut flour different from wheat flour?
Coconut flour is lower in carbohydrates and higher in fiber compared to traditional wheat flour. Therefore when using coconut flour instead of wheat in recipes, you won’t need to use nearly as much coconut flour as you would wheat flour.
Is coconut flour safe for those watching their carbohydrate intake?
Yes. While the carbohydrate count of coconut flour is high, most of that is fiber. Fiber is not a digestible carbohydrate and therefore has a negligible effect on blood sugar.
Size: 4 lb
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Organic Coconuts. No preservatives. Non GMO. Just pure finely milled Coconut Flour.
Use in your favorite Coconut Flour Recipes.
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