Coconut Flour 

Organic Coconut Flour is dried, de-fatted coconut meat and ground into a fine powder. It's also an excellent source of fibre and a non-grain alternative protein source. The mild coconut flavour works well in both sweet and savoury recipes. 

Substitutes: Coconut flour can be substituted for up to 1/3 of wheat flour in standard recipes. Due to it's high fibre count. it absorbs a lot of liquid, so increase the liquid in the recipe by an amount equal to the amount of coconut flour being added in. So if you are adding in 1/3C coconut flour, make sure there is at least 1/3C of all liquids in the recipe.  

Benefits and claims: Delicious in baked goods, Coconut Flour stabilises blood sugars, good gut health, and heart health. It boosts weight loss and helps to fight infections.
Features: Organic superfood, non GMO, Gluten free, Vegan

per 2 Tbsp or 18g - Net Carbs 3gm, Fat 3g, Protein 3g, Energy 279kJ, Cholesterol 0g, Fibre 7g.
per 100g - Net Carbs 20.2g, Fat 17g, Protein 16.1g, Energy 1554kJ, Cholesterol 0g, Fibre 38g 

While coconut flour is higher in carbs and lower in fats than other gluten-free flours, you use less of it in recipes, so the carbs equal themselves out over a whole recipe.
Allergens: Contrary to their name, coconuts are not tree nuts and are from the palm family. Coconut rarely causes allergy. Most allergists will not suggest coconut avoidance unless there has been an allergic reaction to coconut.

Keto Friendly Recipes using this Keto Ingredient: loads, it's a pantry staple. Keto Bread, Keto Cookies, Keto Muffins, Keto Desserts, Keto Porridge, Keto Donuts, Keto Bagels, Keto Cinnamon Rolls, Cheesy Zucchini Fritters, Chocolate Coconut Flour Cupcakes with expresso buttercream, Keto Pancakes, Keto Cupcakes.


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