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Coconut Flour


Taste Profile

It has a mildly sweet scent and flavor.

Usage Tips

  1. Coconut flour is used in both sweet and savory recipes.
  2. It can be used in baked goods, pizza crusts, wraps, soups, stews, burgers, and meat and veggie loaves.
  3. Coconut flour can be used in dishes such as botok, a Japanese dish which is made by steaming coconut flour with vegetables and fish in a banana leaf.
  4. It can also be used in baking bread, brownies, cakes, etc.
  5. It should be stored in a cold, and dark place, away from direct sunlight.


Coconut flour is a gluten-free “flour” which is essentially dried coconut in powdered form. Coconut flour is basically made from the coconut flesh that is left over after the meat has been used to produce coconut milk. The coconut solids are ground into a very fine, flour-like powder. It is naturally gluten-free and rich in protein.

Health benefits

  • Coconut flour is gluten-free, which makes it a great alternative for people with celiac disease, wheat allergy, or non-celiac gluten sensitivity.(1)
  • Coconut flour contains fiber, which may help to regulate blood sugar levels.(1)
  • It may help to promote healthy digestion.(1)
  • It is rich in lauric acid, a type of fat which may fight certain infections.(1)

Selection Guide

Always make sure that there is no moisture in the packaging. Avoid if the coconut flour is lumpy.

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