Organic Coconut Flour

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Description

Organic Coconut Flour is a source of protein, fibre and fat.

Organic coconut flour has become a popular alternative to traditional wheat flours as it is naturally gluten free.  It is high in fibre and a source of iron.

This tasty organic flour is ground down from the dried flesh of the coconut so is rich in nutrients. The organic coconut kernels are crushed and then dried at less than 60c and then the oil is released via cold pressing. The remaining coconut is then ground down in to a fine powder.

Organic flour can be used in breads, cakes and pancakes for a gluten free alternative to traditional wheat based flours and works well combined with other flours such as tigernut flour, almond flour or buckwheat flour.

Organic coconut flour is nutrient rich alternative for people with allergies or simply those wanting to add some variety in their cooking.  Take a look at our family tips for some ideas on how to bake with coconut flour.

Origin: Sri Lanka

Allergen Information: Packed on premises that handle gluten, tree nuts, sesame, soya, peanuts.

Nutritional Information

Coconut Flour is high in Fibre and a source of Iron (per 10g)

Typical Nutrient Values: Amount per 100g: Amount per serving
(10g)
% Reference intake (RI) per serving
Energy 1855kj/443kcal 185.5kj/44.3kcal 2.22%
Fat 15g 1.5g 2.14%
of which saturates 13.9g 1.39g 6.95
Carbohydrate 59.3g 5.93g 2.28%
of which sugars 6.8g 0.68g 0.75%
Fibre 37.5g 3.75g
Protein 17.5g 1.75g 3.5%
Salt Trace
Typical Vitamin/ Mineral Values: Amount per 100g: Amount per serving
(10g)
% Reference intake (RI) per serving
Vitamin C 37mg 3.70mg 4.63%
Iron 22.2mg 2.22mg 15.86%

Reference Intake (RI)

The Reference Intake (RI) refers to the recommended daily amount of a specific nutrient.

Storage

For optimum freshness keep in a cool place away from moisture and direct sunlight.  Store in a tightly sealed bag or container in the refrigerator.

Family Tip:

  1. Coconut flour can be combined with bicarbonate of soda and vinegar to help it rise in vegan baking.
  2. This flour can be used to make a really tasty muffins and combines well with other flours for a lighter texture.
  3. If you don’t use eggs for allergy or ethical reasons then try adding soaked chia, arrowroot or tapioca starch.
  4. Coconut flour works well as a thickener in soups and stews.