Bob's Red Mill Organic Coconut Flour, 16-Ounce Units (Pack of 4)
Bob's Red Mill Organic Coconut Flour, 16-Ounce Units (Pack of 4)

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Product Description

USDA Organic. Coconut Flour is a delicious, healthy alternative to wheat and other grain flours. It is very high in fiber, low in digestible carbohydrates, a good source of protein and gluten free. It lends baked goods an incomparably rich texture and a unique, natural sweetness. Certified 100% Organic by QAI. Bob's Red Mill products labeled Gluten Free are batch tested in our quality controlled laboratory. We use an Elisa Gluten Assay test to determine if a product is gluten free. All natural.

  • Organic Coconut Flour
  • Flour
  • Organic
  • Gluten Free
  • Coconut

Customer Reviews:

  • Who would have thought you could find coconut flour at Amazon
    Imagine my surprise when checking the internet for coconut flour, to have Amazon pop! I have used Amazon for books and music for years, but now they have my favorite flour too. Thanks. ...more info
  • Wonderful
    Coconut flour is lower in carbs, gluten free, non-allergenic, and bakes very nicely in muffin/bread recipes. I have only begun to experiment, and have baked mini-pumpkin bread loaves with much success. ...more info
  • Great high-fiber flour addition
    I've used it to compensate for using agave nectar instead of sugar. It really sucks up the liquid in a recipe, so even if you substitute just 1/2 cup of ap flour for the coconut flour, it does some great things for the recipe. It lends such a nice richness, without extra fat, to cookies and cakes. And, it makes the house smell terrific when I'm baking....more info
    I had heard about the benefits of coconut oil but it wasn't until I came across that I learned about coconut flour. I had to try it and I love using it! I have to eat a low glycemic/ gluten free diet and the coconut flour fits right into that diet! I love making muffins with this flour because I feel like I am eating a treat but they are higher in fiber and protein and don't make feel that weirdness that I use to get when I ate regular sugar/refined carb muffins. You have to use a lot of eggs with Coconut flour so it really bumps up the protein value of anything you are making. My children and husband love the muffins that I make with this and I am excited to venture out and try some other recipes from the site mentioned. Give it a try! One of my friends loved the muffins so much I made that she now is a fan of Coconut Flour even though she doesn't need to eliminate wheat. ...more info
  • coconut raspberry muffins
    I made the blueberry muffin recipe this morning from "cooking with coconut flour".
    I substituted 3/4 cup of raspberries instead of blueberries and 1/2 cup chopped pecans.
    I took frozen raspberries and pinched them between my fingers to easily "chop" the raspberries.
    The musffins baked up beautifully and I served them with a bit of cream cheese to the staff of Henna Caravan.
    "Delicious" was the consensus and we will continue to eat coconut flour produts.
    I can't wait to test more of the recipes....more info
  • Bob's Red Mill Organic Coconut Flour
    I like the flour, but it is difficult to find recipes and know how to use it in conjunction with other flours. If you love to cook and are an experimental type of person, you can really have some fun with this. If you are an average cook who is interested in not having any disappointments, this is not for you. By the way, it is a very healthful alternative for people who need gluten free products....more info
  • Bought 32 Pounds
    I bought 32 pounds. Bob's Red Mill doesn't have the occasional gritty and sandy shell specks like another brand.

    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!

    ...more info
  • Terrific price and wonderful product
    This is by far the best price I've seen for Bob's Red Mill Organic Coconut Flour. I really like the fact that it comes in 4 1 lb. packages instead of one LARGE bag; I keep an opened bag in my fridge and the rest in my freezer for longer storage. The flour is very fine, and I've had great success with adding it to recipes for flax muffins and protein pancakes. Using it all by itself has been somewhat less successful, but I'll keep experimenting....more info
  • Use in Pancakes
    Bob's Red Mill Organic Quinoa Flour, 22-Ounce Packages (Pack of 4) Very fresh , arrived in perfect condition ... Has a long shelf life ...

    Make the best Chocolate Chip Pancakes with this flour ...
    1/3 coconut flour
    2/3 barley flour
    baking power
    pinch of salt
    half and half
    egg and coconut oil

    Fry in coconut oil , Let cool a bit ... Serve with Maple Butter or
    Cool Whip and enjoy...more info
  • great alternative
    I bought this along with the "Baking with Coconut Flour" book by Bruce Fife. The recipes I've made have all come out as expected which is good. My husband can tell when I've made something with coconut flour and he likes the flavor but my kids who claim to not like coconut don't seem to notice. They gobble it up regardless. I'm also replacing half of the sugar in my recipes with xylitol which further lowers carb count and is easier on blood sugar spikes. I've never used a different brand of coconut flour so I can't compare that way. It does seem expensive but I've never had a recipe call for more than a half cup of flour which makes your purchase last a long time....more info


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