What Is Coconut Flour?
Wholesome Yum Organic Coconut Flour is simply one ingredient: pure, premium organic coconuts that have been dried, ground and sifted to a fine consistency.
Our finely ground coconut flour makes an ideal keto friendly, low carb flour replacement! Because it’s so absorbent, you’d need approximately 1/3 cup coconut flour to replace 1 cup regular flour in recipes. It also has:
✅ 2 grams net carbs
✅ 2 grams protein
✅ Zero glycemic index
Pick up a bag of Wholesome Yum Coconut Flour and enjoy all your favorite baked goods, without the high carbs or guilt.
Why You’ll Love Our Organic Coconut Flour
Coconut flour makes a nutritious keto flour replacement! Here are some of the benefits…
✅ Excellent for baking – replaces wheat flour with proper recipes!
✅ Super finely ground – it’s the best coconut flour for a great texture!
✅ Keto friendly – won’t kick you out of ketosis!
✅ Diabetic friendly – low glycemic index!
✅ Certified USDA Organic
✅ Gluten free
✅ Paleo friendly
✅ Kid & pet friendly
FAQs For Coconut Flour
If you’re new to this type of flour, below are the answers to the most common questions about it. Read further down for information on how to bake with coconut flour as well.
Does Coconut Flour Taste Like Coconut?
Yes and no. Coconut flour has a very mild coconut taste, which is noticeable if you taste it right out of the bag. However, you can cook and bake with coconut flour in many different ways, so that extracts or spices in recipes can cover up any coconut flavor, or let it shine, depending on the desired outcome.
If you don’t like coconut flavor, it’s still possible to make baked goods with coconut flour that don’t taste much like coconut at all.
How Is Coconut Flour Made?
We scrape the meat from inside whole coconuts, grate it, and strain to separate the solids from the coconut milk. Then, we dry out the solids in the oven at a low temperature, and finally grind and sift them into a super fine coconut flour.
Is Coconut Flour Keto Friendly? Low Carb?
Yes! Our keto coconut flour has only 2 grams net carbs per serving.
Is Coconut Flour Gluten Free?
Yes! All Wholesome Yum products are grain-free and gluten-free, including this coconut flour.
Is Coconut Flour Good For Diabetics?
Yes, in moderation. Our super fine coconut flour has a glycemic index of 51, which is fairly low but not zero. Compare that to white flour, which has a glycemic index of 85. (If you prefer a zero glycemic index for diabetics, try almond flour instead.)
How To Store Coconut Flour?
Store coconut 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 Coconut Flour Last?
Coconut flour will last at least 12 to 18 months, but it may be longer if it’s properly stored, especially if it’s unopened.
How Many Calories In Coconut Flour?
Coconut flour has 60 calories per serving, which is 2 tablespoons.
How Many Carbs In Coconut Flour?
Wholesome Yum Coconut Flour has 2 grams net carbs per serving.
The full nutrition label is shown above in the photo carousel for the product.
How To Use Keto Coconut Flour
If you’re wondering what to do with coconut flour, we have plenty of ideas! Use Wholesome Yum Organic Coconut Flour for baking bread, pancakes, muffins, cookies, crackers, and more.
Can You Substitute Coconut Flour For All-Purpose Flour?
Yes, but it’s best to use recipes developed for coconut flour. Learning how to bake with coconut flour without a recipe takes some practice, since it absorbs 3-4 times more moisture than white flour would.
Very roughly, you can use 1/3 cup coconut flour to replace 1 cup white flour. However, often times other modifications will be necessary since this can have other consequences, such as changing the sweetener ratio. In addition, coconut 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 coconut 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. Similar to the issues with white flour conversion above, converting from almond flour to coconut flour has the same issues. You’d end up with a very dry result if you replace almond flour with the same amount of coconut flour, and while you can convert by replacing 1 cup almond flour with 1/3 cup coconut flour, this often has unintended consequences that require additional recipe changes.
For best results, stick to coconut flour recipes when using this flour.
Can You Fry With Coconut Flour?
Absolutely! Coconut flour works for breading and frying, but you end up with a different consistency to the end result. The fine texture makes it ideal for dredging.
Can Coconut Flour Be Used As A Thickener?
No. Wheat flour thickens due to its starch content, which is not present in coconut 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 Coconut Flour
You can make almost any baked good or dessert with organic coconut 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 coconut flour recipes here! Some of the most popular ones include keto pizza crust, keto tortillas, coconut flour muffins, and coconut flour pancakes, but there are many others to choose from.
Our finely ground coconut flour packaging shows waffles on the front, and you can get the recipe on the back.
Where To Buy Coconut Flour
Buy keto coconut flour right here at Wholesome Yum Foods! Just click “Add To Cart” on this page.
Wholesome Yum Organic Coconut Flour
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Wonderful consistency, very fine and even texture throughout. I have used this in several baking recipes and it blended well with other flours. Did not affect flavor of item at all. Very easy to work with and high quality! Will buy again.
This is my second purchase of Wholesome Yum Organic Coconut Flour. I have used other organic coconut flours in baking, but this one is the best. It has a fine, soft texture. We have noticed the more delicate, yet flavorful taste in baked goods. Very happy with this product. Please don't change it and keep it organic. I wish more of your products were organic so I could try those out.
This has been a good way to cut Almond Flour in recipes. Good to have on-hand!
I don't use as much coconut flour as almond flour, but the little bit I have used has worked very well. It is a nice fine texture. Very high quality!
Just starting to try and eat Keto. I purchased the coconut flour because I love to bake. So far I made the coconut waffles. They were very tasty. A little softer than what I would like, but as suggested, we popped them into the toaster oven and it helped crisp them up a little.
LOVE this coconut flour. The consistency is fine and uniform. Another great product from Maya @ Wholesome Yum!
I love this flour. It’s so finely ground and easy to work with. I love coconut to begin with so anything coconut fits me perfectly. You don’t get a strong coconut taste from this flour though but it makes really great pancakes, bread and many other foods and works really well mixing with almond flower and many other ingredients.
I have made these a number of times and they never fail to give me the sweetness I so enjoy. Simple to make , but do a double batch ,as they keep well in the freezer. I enjoy them frozen with a cup of tea..
I am wheat intolerant and Maya's Almond and Coconut Flours are the best! They bake just like using the wheat flour but without any dire problems for me! You just have to remember if you use the Coconut Flour, it takes more liquid than the Almond Flour. Big plus is that you do not taste the coconut. I have even used it for breading meats with no after taste - a light dusting on the meat and it fries up perfectly! Both of her flours are finely ground which is a PLUS!
I made brownies with this and never noticed a coconut flavour at all. The brownies were so rich my husband thought I had made high carb regular brownies. Total win.