Coconut flour is getting easier to find – probably because people are realizing its greatness. As long as you can find coconut flour, you can make these great dishes for every meal. From pizzas to pecan breakfast bars, these dishes are delights.
20 Coconut Flour Recipes To Stay Full While Losing Weight
Gluten-free? Check. Nut allergies? A-ok. Coconut flour is a more nutritious alternative to traditional flours, has no nuts or grains, and is extremely healthy. High in fiber, and great for regulating blood sugars, coconut flour is totally diabetic-friendly. Coconut flour has properties that keep your metabolism and digestion working perfectly. 
The main thing to remember when using coconut flour is that it is super absorbent. The rule of thumb is to use ¼-⅓ a cup of coconut flour in place of 1 cup grain-based flour. Adding extra moisture is necessary – doubling (or tripling) the eggs in your recipes will keep the moisture content up and your baked goods soft and moist. 
20 Coconut Flour Recipes
Gluten-free but have a taste for the sweet stuff? These brownies are the perfect introduction to coconut flour – super easy to make, and even easier to eat. The only hard thing is resisting them!
Another one that’s as easy to make as it is to eat, the apple crisp is a great fall dessert. Fresh apples, coconut oil, and flax seeds make this crisp a super-healthy dessert.
Do pizza the healthy way. In under 25 minutes, you’ll have a tasty, healthy crust to cover with your favorite toppings. The problem is people will ask where you ordered from.
If your friends don’t want to try your “health” food, tell them fine, and offer one of these. And I thought those brownies were good. One bar has only 7 grams of fat, and 1.5 grams of protein.
I’m not sure if brunch was made for crepes or if crepes were made for brunch – either way, you should make these crepes for your next brunch. Wow your guests with the flavor, then wow them again with how healthy coconut flour is.
Biscuits are great with any meal and these ones – high in protein and fiber – make a great snack too. The best snacks are high in complex carbs and protein, so these biscuits could just top the list.
Yes, I know – brownies, chocolate chunk bars, pizza. I swear they’re all healthy! And these donuts are too, thanks to coconut flour. Easy to make, with just 7 ingredients, these donuts will keep you moving all day long.
Full of filling protein, these pancakes take no extra effort and are an amazingly delicious breakfast option.
With very autumn-y ingredients like pumpkin, cinnamon, and ginger, this recipe makes some fall-icious muffins great for on-the-go.
Made with cauliflower, this coconut flour recipe turns this “everything” snack and sandwich-maker into a great grain-free option. And it doesn’t ease on the toppings.
A versatile, grain-free loaf of bread with the benefits of apple cider vinegar. Because you’ll use this bread for sandwiches, sides, and snacks, you’ll be making this one often.
If you’re still buying graham crackers, you need to stop now and look at this recipe. Memorize it. Now instead of buying graham crackers at the supermarket, grab the coconut flour.
Fresh rosemary and garlic combine to make a simple, easy flatbread that could easily double as pizza dough. No grains, paleo, gluten-free, and delicious.
Blueberries are a huge source of antioxidants, vitamins, and flavonoids that help your body fight disease and cancer. This is so easy-to-make you could serve it tonight.
Easy-to-make and can be stored in the freezer for those on-the-run mornings, these breakfast bars are the perfect thing to get you out the door. All natural, delicious, and full of protein, these little treats will keep you going.
A naturally-sweetened glaze and no-grain bread make this dessert friendly for everyone. And anytime – prepare as a dessert, or enjoy with your favorite cup of tea.
A healthier, more natural alternative to an American classic. Fresh herbs, veggies, and coconut flour come together to make a meal for everyone. Pass the ketchup.
This is still Healthy Holistic Living, right? A coconut cream and maple syrup filling are surprisingly healthy and obviously delicious.
Multipurpose and ready for everything, these grain-free tortillas are made with coconut flour, so they’re packed with protein. Whip up your favorite guacamole to tastily top these tortillas.
These are ready in under 20 minutes, are super easy-to-make, and are crazy delicious. Putting a healthy spin on a shortbread cookie is a win in my books.
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Andrew is a creative copywriter who writes as much as he reads. A graduate from Algonquin College's Advertising & Marketing program in Ottawa, Ontario, he now calls Toronto home. A type-1 diabetic, he knows the importance of living and eating healthily. A life-long student, Andrew will never graduate the school of life.
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