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Finely ground coconut flour can bring lots of good things to your baking. It’s delicious in cakes, muffins, cookies, and pancakes, and adds protein and fiber. Adding coconut flour is a good thing to do, and our test kitchen tips will help you achieve the best possible results.
Milled from organic coconuts grown by small family farmers using sustainable farming techniques.
- Certified organic, kosher and non-GMO.
- Naturally gluten-free and packaged in a certified gluten-free facility.
To boost fiber and tenderness in gluten-free recipes, add ¼ cup coconut flour with the dry ingredients and ¼ cup water with the wet ingredients.
test kitchen tips
If you’re using 100% coconut flour, choose a recipe that’s been developed for coconut flour.
To substitute coconut flour for some of the flour called for in a recipe (either conventional wheat flour or a gluten free flour) follow the tips below:
- Begin with replacing 25% of the flour. For example if 2 cups of flour are called for, use 1½ cups of flour and ½ cup of coconut flour. When you do this, add an extra ½ cup liquid. Note: always add extra liquid equal to the coconut flour you’ve added. Coconut flour absorbs 4 times its weight in liquid.
- The batter will often seem thicker than the consistency you’re used to—don’t worry, this is normal. Cookies or pancakes will spread less than usual. We suggest using a spoon to spread them instead of thinning the batter.
- Gluten-free recipes formulated for coconut flour often call for more eggs than a conventional recipe would. Since coconut flour provides no structure, the protein in the eggs provides some.
- Baked goods made with coconut flour will be easier to cut or slice if completely cooled.
Item Code: KA10702
Size: 16 OZ.
Packaging: 1 Bag
Brand: King Arthur
Kosher Certification: OU (Orthodox Union)
Gluten Free: Yes
Corn Free: Yes
Egg Free: Yes
Soy Free: Yes
Sugar Free: Yes
Dairy Free: Yes