- Perfect flour for low-carb and gluten-free baking
- Ideal for baking low-carb cakes, desserts and breads
- Very high in fibre and protein
- Gluten-free, yeast-free, organic, GMO-free
- 400g pack contains around 3-4 cups of coconut flour, most recipes require 1/3 to 1/2 of a cup
- Not delivered to USA (why?)
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Coconut flour nutritional information
|Nutritional information (per 100g)|
|- of which saturates||11g|
Is coconut flour suitable for my low-carb diet?
|Atkins||Nuts are allowed from Phase 2 (OWL)|
|Dukan||No - due to its high fat and carbs content|
|South Beach||Yes, from Phase 1 onwards|
|Keto||Yes, due to reasonable net carbs content|
|Paleo / Primal||Strictly speaking no, as it does go through heavy processing to end up in flour form. However, some Paleo recipes do include coconut flour.|
100% defatted coconut flour.
Baking with coconut flour
Coconut flour is slightly higher in carbs other nut-based flours such as almond flour. However, it is very dense due to high fibre content, and so typically you would use a lot less of it in a recipe - about a third of the amount of almond flour, for example. This means the overall carb content of your baked goodies would be similar.
Due to its high fibre content, coconut flour is notorious for guzzling moisture. Coconut flour recipes will include a great deal more wet ingredients than other gluten-free flours. It also needs a lot of eggs added to it - it is not uncommon to see receipes calling for 6 eggs per 1/2 cup of coconut flour.
Unlike many other nut flours, coconut flour actually tastes of coconut, so it works best in cakes and desserts, especially when mixed with chocolate or other strong flavours.
If this is your first time baking with coconut flour, it is best to stick with some tried and tested recipes until you get used to it.
Storing coconut flour
It is essential to keep the moisture out of coconut flour, so make sure you seal it tightly. This product comes in a pack with a sealing strip, or you could transfer it to a jar or another ait-tight container. Do not put it in the fridge, as it is more humid there. Keep out of direct sunlight.
Produced in a factory that only handles coconut products, so there is no risk of cross-contamination with other substances.
Sukrin: About the brand
Sukrin Ltd is the UK Licensee of the brand Sukrin founded in 2007 by the Norwegian company Funksjonell Mat AS. Sukrin make a range of All-Natural Free-From zero calorie sugar alternatives, naturally gluten-free and fat-reduced flours and low-carb, sugar and gluten-free easy-to-bake mixes. All Sukrin products are as natural, unprocessed and good for you as we can possibly make them.