Coconut Flour FAQ

What is Coconut Flour?

Coconut flour is a soft flour made from dried coconut meat. When coconut milk is squeezed from coconut meat, this meat is then dried at a low temperature and ground into a flour which is suitable for baking. Did we mention it absorbs large amounts of liquid which is good news for all you gluten-free bakers because your cakes will be light and fluffy!

Where is our Coconut Flour from?

Our Coconut Flour is a product of Sri Lanka.

What does Coconut Flour look like?

This ingredient is a creamy white flour.

Is Coconut Flour naturally Gluten Free?

This soft, naturally grain and gluten-free flour is a natural byproduct of coconut milk.

How would you describe the flavour of Coconut Flour?

This ingredient is a creamy white powder and has a typical coconut flavour.

What are alternative names for Coconut Flour?

Alternative names include coco and coconut palm.

What is the suggested use of Coconut Flour?

For every 120g of all-purpose flour you only need 67g of coconut flour. Suitable for all your baking needs so on your marks, get set, bake!

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As an animal lover and baking enthusiast, Georgia can often be found experimenting with plant-based recipes in her kitchen.

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