Wholesome Yum Super Fine Blanched Almond Flour

Meet the best almond flour, with premium California almonds. Our blanched finely ground almond flour has the best texture for guilt-free, gluten-free and keto baking, with only 2 grams net carbs per serving.

Use Wholesome Yum Almond Flour in your favorite recipes like pancakes, muffins, cookies, bread, crackers, breaded chicken or fish, and more – all low carb for your healthy lifestyle! It replaces white flour cup-for-cup.


Wholesome Yum Super Fine Blanched Almond Flour

Meet the best almond flour, with premium California almonds. Our blanched finely ground almond flour has the best texture for guilt-free, gluten-free and keto baking, with only 2 grams net carbs per serving.

Use Wholesome Yum Almond Flour in your favorite recipes like pancakes, muffins, cookies, bread, crackers, breaded chicken or fish, and more – all low carb for your healthy lifestyle! It replaces white flour cup-for-cup.

$13.95 available on subscription





What Is Almond Flour?

Wholesome Yum Super Fine Blanched Almond Flour is simply one ingredient: premium California almonds that have been blanched and ground to a fine consistency.

Our finely ground almond flour makes an ideal keto friendly, low carb flour replacement! It replaces regular flour cup-for-cup in cooking and baking, and has:

✅ 2 grams net carbs

✅ 3 grams protein

✅ Zero glycemic index

Pick up a bag of Wholesome Yum Almond Flour and enjoy all your favorite baked goods, without the high carbs or guilt. 🙌

Wholesome Yum Blanched Almond Flour

What Makes Wholesome Yum Almond Flour Special?

Not all almond flour brands are the same! The quality has a big impact on how your baked goods turn out.

Wholesome Yum Super Fine Blanched almond flour has the finest grind, for moist baked goods that have a delicate crumb, without a grainy or gritty texture.

A coarse almond flour that hasn’t been ground finely enough – or worse, one with skins – can ruin your keto desserts or breads. Try ours and see the fine texture for yourself!

Why You’ll Love Our Finely Ground Almond Flour

Blanched almond flour makes a nutritious low carb flour replacement! Here are some of the benefits…

Excellent for baking – replaces wheat flour cup-for-cup!

Blanched & super finely ground – it’s the best almond flour for a great texture!

Keto friendly – won’t kick you out of ketosis!

Diabetic friendly – won’t spike blood sugar!

Made in the USA – from premium California almonds

Gluten free

Paleo friendly



Kid & pet friendly

FAQs For Super Fine Blanched Almond Flour

If you’re new to almond flour, below are the answers to the most common questions about it. Read further down for information on how to bake with almond flour as well.

What Does Almond Flour Taste Like?

On its own, blanched almond flour has a hint of almond flavor. Its flavor profile is very neutral, so when you use it in cooking and baking, often times it’s undetectable depending on what else is used in the recipe. Sometimes you can still taste the almond in baked sweets, which turns out delicious.

How Is Almond Flour Made?

We blanch almonds in boiling water to remove the skins, then grind and sift them into a super fine almond flour.

Is Almond Meal The Same As Almond Flour?

No, they are not the same. Almond meal is more coarse than blanched super fine almond flour, because almond meal is ground with the skins intact. It’s a small detail that makes a huge difference in baked goods.

Baking with almond meal can result in a grainy or gritty result. Our finely ground almond flour is the optimal quality and grind for baking.

Is Almond Flour Keto Friendly? Low Carb?

Yes! Our keto almond flour has only 2 grams net carbs per serving.

Is Almond Flour Gluten Free?

Yes! All Wholesome Yum products are grain-free and gluten-free, including this almond flour.

Is Almond Flour Good For Diabetics?

Yes, our super fine almond flour has a zero glycemic index! Compare that to white flour, which has a glycemic index of 85.

How To Store Almond Flour?

Store almond flour in your pantry, in cool, dark place. You may also freeze it to make it last even longer, if you like.

How Long Does Almond Flour Last?

Blanched almond flour will last at least 12 months, but it may be longer if it’s properly stored, especially if it’s unopened.

How Many Calories In Almond Flour?

Almond flour has 80 calories per serving, which is 2 tablespoons.

How Many Carbs In Almond Flour?

Wholesome Yum Almond Flour has 2 grams net carbs per serving.

The full nutrition label is shown above in the photo carousel for the product.

Keto pancakes made with Wholesome Yum Almond Flour

How To Use Keto Almond Flour

If you’re wondering what to do with almond flour, there are many uses for it! Use Wholesome Yum Super Fine Blanched Almond Flour for baking bread, pancakes, muffins, cookies, crackers, breading chicken or fish, and more.

Can You Substitute Almond Flour For All-Purpose Flour?

Yes, definitely! Learning how to bake with almond flour is easy, since it’s roughly a 1:1 replacement for regular flour in most recipes.

This is where the quality and brand you choose can make a big difference. The best almond flour – like our Wholesome Yum brand – will have a super fine grind to get a good texture when baking.

However, sometimes the recipe needs modifications. Almond flour does not have the starch content or gluten that wheat flour has, so it doesn’t create stretchy doughs or chewy texture on its own. There are other ingredients that can be added to almond flour recipes to achieve an end result similar to what you’d get with regular flour.

Can You Substitute Coconut Flour For Almond Flour?

Usually not. Coconut flour absorbs about 3-4 times the amount of moisture that almond flour does, so substituting one for the other would change the recipe drastically.

Even if you reduce the amount by 1/3 or 1/4 to achieve a similar consistency, this would have other side effects, such as different sweetness level. Coconut flour also has a different texture even if you convert the ratio. For best results, stick to recipes developed for each type of flour.

Can You Fry With Almond Flour?

Absolutely! Blanched almond flour is excellent for breading and frying. It doesn’t crisp up quite as much as wheat flour breading does, but is still delicious and works great.

Can Almond Flour Be Used As A Thickener?

No. Wheat flour thickens due to its starch content, which is not present in almond flour, so you can’t thicken a sauce or make a roux with it. You’d need a different thickener for this.

What To Make With Almond Flour

You can make almost any baked recipe or dessert with super fine almond flour, including bread, pancakes, muffins, cookies, crackers, breading chicken or fish, and more. For sugar-free desserts, replace the sugar with our best-selling Besti monk fruit sweetener.

Get ideas for keto almond flour recipes here! Some of the most popular ones include almond flour bread, almond flour pie crust, almond flour muffins, and almond flour crackers, but there are many others to choose from.

Our finely ground almond flour packaging shows pancakes on the front, and you can get the recipe on the back.

Keto recipes using almond flour

Where To Buy Almond Flour

Buy keto almond flour right here at Wholesome Yum Foods! Just click “Add To Cart” on this page.

Wholesome Yum Super Fine Blanched Almond Flour

Wholesome Yum Super Fine Blanched Almond Flour

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Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
Love These products!

There are only two kinds of almond flour I will use and Wholesome yum is the top pick...I like the texture the most so final result is not gritty like with some almond flours!

Best Almond Flour ever!

This finely milled, blanched almond flour is lovely in all my baked goods. The chocolate chocolate keto muffins I make with this almond flour are like the "real" thing but better. I use it in fruit crumbles, as a "breading" for chicken cutlets when I don't want to use crushed pork rinds, in bread and cookie recipes. It has the right consistency to give my homemade creations the perfect "crumb" for the perfect taste. I generally freeze a couple of bags of this when I order 3 or more at a time. I can use it directly from the freezer, no need to "thaw". I really do wish the bags were larger than just 1 pound. A two pound or larger bag would be more practical for most of us, I believe. A wonderful product nonetheless!

Cathy Robinson
Good Choice

Good quality, good taste.

Best almond flour

I really like this almond flour because it is very fine. After purchasing many other brands I feel this one is the finest so it doesn’t leave your food with a gritty texture.

Great Customer Service

When ordering I made a mistake and contacted the company via email. I received an email saying that they had received it and had a response in 24 hours. Great job.

Paola Flores
Not the best flour

I bought it to make banana bread and when I used this flour it happened that it did not compact the bread after baking it so it was like a really bad mix that it was just kind of cooked and looked like a pudding.

After I used the remaining to make crepes and those were ok but in order for it to stick you need to add way too many eggs so the taste is just horrible because the egg overpowered the taste.

I really don’t recommend this flour for baking

Hi Paola,
Sorry to hear that your baked goods didn't turn out as expected. Almond flour is not a 1:1 substitute for white flour, so typically you'd need to use recipes developed with almond flour in mind. I have lots of them here that you can try: https://www.wholesomeyum.com/tag/almond-flour/ Hope this helps!
Warmly, -Maya from Wholesome Yum
P.S. I noticed you gave the product a 5-star rating despite the issues. Maybe this was a mistake? I published it as is, but feel free to adjust. I do hope the almond flour recipes will help you, though.


I have used many different brands of almond flour and this is the best by far. All others are not finely ground and give you a grainy texture. I made the blueberry muffins with this and it was the closest to wheat consistency that I've ever tasted.

Karen Andrusco
Excellent quality

I have tried Maya’s blanched almond flour and is a great consistency for backing. I have tried other store bought brands but tend to be too course.

Almond Flour was great in Cornbread recipe

We have been experimenting with removing gluten as well as wheat and other grains from some of our cooking, and decided to try this Almond flour from Wholesome Yum. We had a very successful experiment with this baking corn bread. The flour worked out very well as an ingredient in a vegan cornbread recipe. We made two changes to the recipe:
- Half Almond flour and half Corn masa (Maseca) flour as a substitute for All-purpose flour
- added 1 "egg" of vegan Egg Replacer as an addition although there were no eggs in the original recipe. this was to help with binding the bread, since we thought almond flour might not hold together as well as all purpose flour.
The corn bread came out with a perfect texture, very delicious, and it was not noticeable that there wasn't any gluten or wheat in the corn bread. We also used stone-ground cornmeal, which gave the recipe a more toothsome texture, rather than a cakelike texture. Definitely would recommend that anyone try this out and experiment with what works for you.

Kontanita Albergottie
My Go flour for Life!

It was my first time using any almond flour, but my blueberry muffins using it were the best ever! They were so moist and yummy. They were light and fluffy, I ate two before I knew it; they were so good and I didn't miss eating the ones made with all purpose flour.