100+ Coconut Flour Recipes

Coconut flour recipes are both grain and gluten free and are full of fiber! Coconut flour is a wonderful flour that can be used to recreate your favorite breads and desserts. Here are over 100 kitchen tested coconut flour recipes from around the web.

Coconut Flour Recipe Guide – 100+ Free Coconut Flour Recipes

Free E-Book:  Coconut Flour Recipes! Learn how to bake with coconut flour with my new e-book, Coconut Flour Recipes. I’ll teach you how to bake coconut flour bread, pancakes, cookies and much more! You can download it for free here.

Coconut flour has gained a lot of popularity over the years. This unique high-fiber flour is made from mature coconut meat. It’s completely gluten free and is considered “grain free” making it suitable for those on grain free paleo diets.

With the rise of celiac and gluten intolerance, many folks are learning to bake with uncommon grains and starches like coconut flour, almond flour, tapioca starch and arrowroot powder.

For those who are working toward overcoming digestive issues, removing grains from the diet is extremely beneficial.

How To Bake With Coconut Flour

If you’ve ever baked with coconut flour you’ll know that it can be quite tricky to use. Coconut flour is a very unique gluten-free flour.

When you bake muffins with wheat flour, you may use up to 3 cups of flour for a single recipe. When you make coconut flour muffins, you’ll only use ½ – ¾ cup to make a batch of muffins. That’s because coconut flour absorbs a lot of liquid, which is why most recipes call for a very small amount of flour.

You will notice that most coconut flour recipes often call for a large amount of eggs. The reason so many eggs are needed is because coconut flour recipes don’t call for xanthan gum like other gluten free recipes do. Instead you rely on eggs to bind the ingredients together.

Converting recipes to use coconut flour can be difficult and expensive if the recipe doesn’t turn out how you hoped. Don’t let that discourage you, keep at it and you’ll succeed!

I’ve collected over 100 recipes to help you create amazing coconut flour dishes. These recipes are all kitchen tested, so you know that you won’t have to waste time or money on ingredients.

Coconut Flour Recipes: The Essentials

There’s a huge list of coconut flour recipes listed at the bottom of this page. I’m going to list the essential recipes first to get you started. If you’d like to download a pdf of my top 10 popular coconut flour recipes, you can get it for free here.

Coconut Flour Bread

Coconut flour bread is one of the easiest recipes to start with when you start baking with coconut flour! This recipe makes one loaf of bread. You can easily double or triple this recipe and freeze extra loaves. Click here for the recipe!Coconut Flour Bread Recipe


Coconut Flour Flatbread

This bread is perfect so sandwiches or as a burger bun. This recipe makes two pieces of flat bread, enough for one sandwich, burger or two small pizzas. The bread comes together very easily and bakes for only 10 minutes! Click here for the recipe!Grain Free Coconut Flour Flatbread Recipe


Coconut Flour Tortillas

These gluten free coconut flour tortillas are delicious and perfect for tacos, burritos and wraps! Click here for the recipe!

Coconut Flour Tortillas


Coconut Flour Muffins

Need an easy coconut flour muffin recipe that actually tastes good? Try my simple coconut flour muffins recipes! They’re a hit every time I make them. Click here for the recipe!Coconut Flour Muffins


Coconut Flour Pancakes

Coconut flour pancakes are a healthy breakfast for anyone eating a paleo or gluten free diet. Top them with coconut dipping sauce for extra coconut goodness! Click here for the recipe!Coconut Flour Pancakes


Coconut Flour Pie Crust

This coconut flour pie crust is gluten and grain free! You can use this recipe in place of a traditional crust in most pies. Click here for the recipe!

Coconut Flour Pie Crust from The Coconut Mama


Coconut Flour Brownies

These healthy coconut flour brownies are the best gluten free dessert I’ve made! They’re warm, gooey and rich in chocolate goodness! Click here for the recipe!Double Chocolate Coconut Flour Brownies


Coconut Flour Banana Bread

This coconut flour banana bread is not only gluten-free, but it’s grain-free! Made with coconut flour and honey, this is bread is wholesome and nutritious! Click here for the recipe!

Coconut Flour Banana Bread


Coconut Flour Biscuits

Enjoy these healthy coconut flour biscuits with a side of eggs and bacon. They’re gluten-free, low in carbohydrates and are delicious! Click here for the recipe!

Coconut Flour Biscuits


Coconut Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies

Enjoy these healthy cookies that are not only gluten free, but also egg free and dairy free! Click here for the recipe!

coconut flour chocolate chip cookies


100+ Coconut Flour Recipes

Coconut Flour Recipes: Pancakes, Waffles and Doughnuts

  1. Coconut Flour Pancakes by Coconut Mama
  2. Coconut Flour Doughnut Holes by Healthy Eats Real
  3. Coconut Flour Funnel Cakes by D.J. Foodie
  4. Paleo Pumpkin Waffles by Paleo OMG
  5. Coconut Flour Buttermilk Pancakes by Coconut Mama
  6. Coconut Flour French Toast by D.J. Foodie
  7. Coconut Flour Zucchini Pancakes by Homemade Mommy
  8. Coconut Flour Protein Waffles by Wellness Mama
  9. Coconut Flour Sticky Buns by Divine Health
  10. Zucchini Breakfast Cakes by Grok Grub
  11. Sweet Potato Waffles by Grok Grub
  12. Vanilla Cinnamon French Toast Casserole by Beauty and the Foodie
  13. Cinnamon Raisin Bagels by Beauty and the Foodie

Coconut Flour Recipes: Muffins

  1. Bacon & Egg Coconut Flour Muffins by Coconut Mama
  2. Simple Coconut Flour Muffins by Coconut Mama
  3. Coconut Flour Pumpkin Muffins by Coconut Mama
  4. Paleo Rebel Within by Grok Grub
  5. Chocolate Chip Blueberry Fiber Muffins by  Beauty and the Foodie
  6. Pumpkin Spice Muffins by Homemade Mommy
  7. Orange Poppy Seed Muffins by Grok Grub
  8. Pumpkin Butter Muffins by Beauty and the Foodie
  9. Paleo Chocolate Cherry Muffins by Paleo OMG
  10. Apple Cinnamon Muffins by Wellness Mam

Coconut Flour Recipes: Breads, Sweet Breads and Biscuits

  1. Coconut Flour Bread by Coconut Mama
  2. Grain Free Flat Bread (great for sandwiches and burgers) by Coconut Mama
  3. Coconut Flour Banana Bread by Coconut Mama
  4. Coconut Flour Biscuits by Coconut Mama
  5. Paleo English Muffins by Beauty and the Foodie
  6. Tortillas Made With Coconut Flour by Stupid Easy Paleo
  7. Grain Free Stuffed Pizza Bread by Beauty and the Foodie
  8. Delicious Lemon Bread with Lemon Glaze by Primarily Inspired
  9. Coconut Flour Pumpkin Bread by Coconut Mama
  10. Cheesey Garlic Bread by Beauty and the Foodie
  11. Grain Free Challah Bread by Homemade Mommy
  12. Cheesey Coconut Flour Flat Bread by Thrive Style
  13. Easy and Amazing Banana Bread by Primarily Inspired
  14. Cheddar Jalapeno Coconut Flour Biscuits by The Rising Spoon
  15. Coconut Flour Zucchini Bread by Small Footprint Family
  16. Cinnamon Chocolate Swirl Bread by Paleo OMG
  17. Flourless Cheesey Bread by The Nourished Life
  18. Herb Biscuits by Ditch The Wheat
  19. Veggie Loaf by Gourmade in the Kitchen

Coconut Flour Recipes: Crackers

  1. Grain Free Cheese Crackers by Coconut Mama
  2. Sweet Potato Crackers by Coconut Mama
  3. Grain Free Graham Crackers by Homemade Mommy

Coconut Flour Recipes: Cakes & Cupcakes

  1. Grain Free Chocolate Layer Cake by Butter Nutrition
  2. Paleo Chocolate Cupcakes by Holistically Engineered
  3. Double Chocolate Cupcakes by Healy Eats Real
  4. Coconut Flour Cupcakes with Chocolate Frosting by Healy Eats Real
  5. Coconut Flour Coffee Cake by Ditch The Wheat
  6. Double Mocha Cake by Healthy Living How To
  7. Classic Coconut Flour Vanilla Cake by Healy Eats Real
  8. Coconut Pumpkin Cupcakes by The Kitchen Rag
  9. Cinnamon Coconut Custard Cake by Holistic Health Herbalist
  10. Coconut Flour Coconut Cake by Coconut Mama
  11. Coconut Flour Sponge Cake by D.J. Foodie
  12. Easy Grain Free Birthday Cake by Homemade Mommy
  13. Strawberry Lime Cake by Primarily Inspired
  14. Triple Chocolate Muffins with Buttercream Frosting by Butter Nutrition
  15. Valentine’s Day Cake Recipe by The Kitchen Rag
  16. Beautiful Paleo Chocolate Cake by Grok Grub
  17. Chocolate Lava Cake by Butter Nutrition
  18. Grain Free Angel Food Cake by Beauty and the Foodie
  19. Coconut Mocha Coffee Cake by Beauty and the Foodie
  20. Caramel Pumpkin Cake by Beauty and the Foodie
  21. Chocolate Raspberry Cupcakes by Beauty and the Foodie
  22. Coconut Lemon Cream Cake by Food Renegade
  23. Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cupcakes by Food Renegade
  24. Chocolate Chip Cupcakes by Ditch The Wheat
  25. Paleo Sex In A Pan by Grok Grub

Coconut Flour Recipes: Cookies

  1. Three Ingredient Coconut Flour Cookies by Empowered Sustenance
  2. Coconut Flour Cut-Out Sugar Cookies by Health Extremist
  3. Coconut Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies by Coconut Mama
  4. Double Chocolate Chip Coconut Flour Cookies by Ditch The Wheat
  5. Vanilla Biscotti Cookies by Healthy Living How To
  6. Coconut Sugar Cookies by The Sweet Plantain
  7. Carrot Cake Breakfast Cookies by Paleo OMG
  8. Paleo Double Chocolate Cookies by Gutsy By Nature
  9. Gingerbread Cookies by Coconut Mama
  10. Chocolate Gingerman Cookies by Beauty and the Foodie
  11. Chocolate Mint Cookies by Good Girl Gone Green

Coconut Flour Recipes: Brownies, Bars and Pie

  1. Coconut Flour Pie Crust by Coconut Mama
  2. Coconut Flour Fudge Brownies by Comfy Belly
  3. Coconut Lemon Muffin Bars by Beauty and the Foodie
  4. Coconut Flour Chunk Bars by Ambitious Kitchen
  5. Paleo German Chocolate Brownies by Beauty and the Foodie
  6. Fudgy Bean Brownies by Mix Wellness Solutions
  7. Blueberry Pumpkin Breakfast Bars by Paleo OMG
  8. Coconut Lemon Bars by Mix Wellness Solutions
  9. Gluten Free Bread Pudding by Mommypotamus
  10. Dark Chocolate Coconut Flour Brownies by Ditch The Wheat

Coconut Flour Recipes: Main Dish

  1. Grain Free Chicken Nuggets by Coconut Mama
  2. Grain Free Eggs Benedict by Wellness Mama
  3. Grain Free Fried Green Tomatoes by Coconut Mama
  4. Coconut Fried Chicken Fingers by Coconut Mama
  5. Batter Fried Zucchini Chips by Coconut Mama
  6. Coconut Shrimp by Coconut Mama
  7. Grain Free Chicken Fried Steak by Mommypotamus
  8. Garlic Lime Fillet Fish by Beauty and the Foodie
  9. Popcorn Chicken Nuggets by Veggie Converter
  10. Spinach Souffle by D.J. Foodie
  11. Grain Free Bread Crumbs by Coconut Mama
  12. Coconut Flour Mini Pizzas by Food Renegade
  13. Crispy Pizza Bites by Thrive Style
  14. Fish Sticks Recipe by Wellness Mama

Coconut Flour Recipes: Animal Treats

  1. Homemade Cat Treats by Wellness Mama
  2. Homemade Dog Treats by Wellness Mama

Need Egg Free Recipes?

Eggs are usually needed in most coconut flour recipes but there are a few recipes I’ve found that do not call for eggs. Here are some I’ve come across so far. I’ll add more recipes to this list as I find them!

  1. Coconut Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies by The Coconut Mama
  2. Blueberry Coffee Cake (Grain & Dairy Free) by Grass Fed Girl
  3. Coconut Lemon Bars by Mix Wellness Solutions
  4. Citrus Funfetti Cookies by Simple Roots Wellness
  5. Oat Free Paleo Oatmeal by Empowered Sustenance
  6. Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups by Mix Wellness Solutions
  7. Sweet Potato Muffins by Gluten Free Easily
  8. Coconut Scones by Frisky Lemon
  9. Pumpkin Bars by AIP Lifestyle
  10. Vegan Coconut Flour Cupcakes by Power Hungry
  11. Three Ingredient Coconut Flour Cookies by Empowered Sustenance
  12. Paleo Sex In A Pan by Grok Grub

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  • Lisa October 17, 2017, 11:05 am

    Yes my husband has AS it is auto immune disease and he cant have any starch or flours except coconut flour and it is hard to work with because it is dense and dry. He loves this pastry we used to get in Germany when we lived there on base it is called Stollen bread. Is there any way you know how to make this or help me with a recipe. I try to make things that make things worth living for still and it is a challenge some times.

    Thank you,

  • Pixie October 10, 2017, 6:29 am

    Do you have a recipe for rusks using coconut flour?

  • Pat Strothman October 6, 2017, 8:47 am

    Thank you so much for this. I really appreciate all these recipes. Carbs seem to be an evil enemy to me and now I can have the things I miss

  • Jake October 5, 2017, 2:14 pm

    I just downloaded your e-book for coconut flour recipes. They all look great! I can’t wait to try them.
    Thank you so much!

  • Ann July 27, 2017, 7:15 am

    I love baking with coconut flour a lot! It tastes deliciously and I love the smell so so much!

  • Dawn Louise May 2, 2017, 8:20 pm

    I got some coconut flour, and was so geared up to get baking, then realized about the eggs!!!! I can’t have eggs. Any ideas would be most welcome??

  • Anna Wright March 13, 2017, 9:50 pm

    WOW! Awesome tips and ideas. Thank you for sharing this valuable Coconut Flour Recipes. It is very distinctive and well written.

  • mia park January 15, 2017, 7:20 am

    LOVE your site, it’s my go-to. thanks!

  • Albert Mildred January 14, 2017, 3:12 pm

    Looking for healthy alternatives

  • Beverly November 28, 2016, 7:56 am

    Hi, I downloaded your e-book for coconut flour recipes. I was excited to try the coconut pie crust, but was disappointed when my crust burn. I have a cover to prevent burns and on the second pie, I even turned the temperature down to 375 (my pumpkin pie recipe calls for a 400 degree oven)
    Do you suggest I lower the temperature and bake longer?

  • Kelly hayes November 22, 2016, 6:10 pm

    Can coconut flour be used in any dish such as chicken and dressing? I have hypothyroid disease and my diet is limited. Is there something that takes place of corn meal so that I can make chicken and dressing?

  • Karen November 10, 2016, 8:07 am

    I am trying to switch over to coconut flour in my cooking as I realize the health benefits but I can’t seem to make the pancake recipes work. To me they have a funky taste. Am I doing something wrong or is this the normal for coconut flour? Was the batter supposed to be thick as paste?

  • ADAMPACKIR October 12, 2016, 8:46 pm


  • Wayne September 27, 2016, 10:13 am

    I would like to make coconut flour noodles, with a noodle machine for diabetics. Any advice or recipes would be appreciated.

  • Cynthia Bailey June 19, 2016, 10:12 am

    Wanted to know if u have ever had fine web like strings on coconut flour baked goods after a day or so and what are they?

  • Marlene Dwyer August 23, 2015, 5:28 pm

    Do you have a recipe for Coconut Flour noodles?

  • martina July 28, 2015, 1:19 am

    Have you tried makig rusks with coconut flour?

  • Gary April 20, 2015, 8:27 am

    I noticing a lot of baking recipes, I am seeing Baking powder, in the recipes and see every baking powder i have looked at has Aluminum in it. Is there a brand of Baking powder that does Not Contain Aluminum?

  • Rachelle April 19, 2015, 7:37 pm

    Thank you for your lovely website! I seem to break out every time I have wheat flour, but I still love to bake and I have a sweet tooth. I recently started using chickpea (besan) flour but I want to try other alternatives as well and now I have your beautiful site as a reference 🙂 I’ll definitely be sharing this 🙂

  • Charissa April 7, 2015, 9:23 pm

    Our son was recently diagnosed with Crohn’s and is now completely gluten free as well as dairy free but for some cheese here and there. I found ONE bag (literally the only bag there) at Sam’s yesterday and so I am excited to get going on some recipes for him. Good to know that the ratio is so different for coconut flour as I thought I’d be going broke trying to bake with it as small as the bag is. Seems it might go further than I thought. Thanks for this compilation! Can’t wait to get started!!!

  • christie February 20, 2015, 9:41 am

    I was looking for coconut recipes as 1)I like coconut and two I bought so CF at a local store.

    I understand how some people are allergic to gluten (we had a friend, who with her husband owned and cooked in their Italian restaurant, both regular and gluten free foods.

    We had a long chat one day and I understood why gluten allergies are realand horrible nasty to a very small % of people.

    Afterwards she made me understand
    1) how bad it is for those who have it, and

    2) the % of people who can’t eat gluten is so small that it has taken years to get the rest of us to understand.

    3) it is important to have GF offerings for those that need it.

    But There is no INHERENT BENEFIT for the rest of us to only eat grain free, it is completely off the scale stupid to keep hammering that into peoples minds.

    Here is an example.

    We have a friend we shall call Fred.

    Fred listened to his friends all very chic and although they guided him to a “better place” nutritionally (in their heads, not this earth), he gave up gluten, all dairy except yogurt and about 90% of what is healthy.

    He did this for 2 years, he got to the point where he looked like a Jew released from Auschwitz , He was a WRAITH, barely functioning.

    Someone elese we know got him to go to a real doctor, (he had been seeing healthfood quack doctors),

    After a good exam, the doctor said “stop this stupidness and lose the idiot friends, if you continue with your “more traditional health regime”, a few things will happen 1) your teeth will fall out 2) you will lose bone mass and even more muscle, , then you will have organ death and a slow painful death. He told him he had 1-2 months to live, I KID YOU NOT. He noticed his body double appearance to a Holocaust survivor and told him that to his face.

    Another reason to like this site. SO I can cook for the few people I know who are allergic, legitimately allergic, not the malais de la month club.

    I have a Cousin who was allergic to so many things, when I knew he was coming to diner, I asked about ingredients. It became evident in 5-6 no no can’t eat that to ask…WHAT CAN HE EAT.

    I made a wonderful very ethnic Italian meal, and even made a dessert a corn cake, (delish , coconut would have been a great adjunct), filled with a cooked apple filling. His wife is not Italian so the Italian food was off the charts for him, and the dessert was something he never expected. (no one had ever bothered to make a GLUTEN FREE cake for him)

    I cook to any need if I can. I avoid the super picky eater and Vegans, although I make a few dishes that are vegan if you want, as I add the Peccorino Romano on the plate. I will also not cook for anyone that can go into anaphylaxis and die at my diner table!

    # weeks later he was eating steak and mash and bread like a starving man, (which he was).

    He was not gluten intolerant or allergic. I am not as well. But I do want good things to do with this new, (to me), ingredient.

  • Isabella February 7, 2015, 5:12 am

    Thank you so much for all these wonderful and free recipes…. making life so much easier.

  • Julia @ Real Mommy February 2, 2015, 7:19 am

    OMG I am in heaven right now!
    I am going to be super busy working my way through this fabulous roundup! I just made the donut holes, and suspect I will be making more within the next few HOURS if my hubby has his way! LOL:)
    Coconut flour can be so tricky to work with, so it’s great to have a one stop resource for the “tried and true” recipes that wont fail;)
    Thanks, bookmarking this page!

  • Karen Porrazzo January 15, 2015, 8:58 am

    Would like to know thereto buy organic coconut oil at a low price

  • The Bread Maker December 20, 2014, 10:56 am

    This a great site. I have learned so much on your site. Great job keep up the great job.

  • Teresa November 21, 2014, 4:25 pm

    How do you use coconut flour to make homemade noodles????

  • Cindy Storch November 17, 2014, 3:11 am

    Hi there. Just tried making the pumpkin bread last night. Followed recipe except substituted corn starch for arrowroot powder. Had to spit out my taste test bite! What did I do wrong? Could you check the list of ingredients and see if an error was made? How could 3/4 cup pumpkin flavor a whole loaf? The color was bad, the taste was horrific, the texture is a joke. I love pumpkin and would really like to make this and have it turn out. I’m sure I must have made some kind of mistake…anyone have experience with this recipe that could give some tips? Thank you!

  • Anthony November 1, 2014, 3:49 am

    I love your website because I was just recently diagnosed with Diabetes 2 and I can now eat desserts that are low carb and healthy because of your website here. I made my first, the raspberry coconut squares, very good! Keep up the good work…

  • Marlene October 18, 2014, 7:13 am

    I bougt a bag of coconut flour by mistake so am now looking on your site to learn more about using it. Thanks for this website.

  • Debbie September 18, 2014, 12:31 pm

    Where can I get coconut flour?

  • Michelle September 18, 2014, 7:53 am

    I’m new to using coconut flour & so far loving the results (mostly). I am trying to stay as GF and low carb as possible. I’m wondering if you can use coconut flour in “raw” recipes?

    I recently saw these things on Amazon called GemWraps which are basically veggie purees made into sandwich wraps. They are uber expensive. I’m wondering if they could be recreated at home using fresh veggie purees with either pureed chia seeds and/or coconut flour. But they would be dehydrated, not baked or fried.

    Thoughts abut the “raw” coconut flour?

  • Tammy H September 8, 2014, 1:32 pm

    I just started cooking with coconut flour and your recipes sound wonderful. I made a basic coconut flour bread, which was okay, but a bit dry unless these is plenty of spread on it. The pancakes from the recipe book I made, were better and my husband even through they were okay. From him, that’s a rave review – he’s a very picky eater and usually doesn’t like new things. I’m anxious to try a number of your recipes but was wondering if you’ve ever made the no-bake chocolate refrigerator cookies with cocnut. I’ve been craving the tradition recipe with peanut butter and Quacker oats but am staying away from grains. Have you tried that recipe replacing the oats with shredded unsweetened coconut? I didn’t see it above and was hoping someone else had success with this before trying it myself. I’m a strict recipe follower or what I try usually flops.

  • Tracy August 28, 2014, 5:28 am

    I was so excited to find this blog last night and I wanted to try a few recipes you listed so I started with the pumpkin muffins which smelled heavenly while baking and the texture was fluffy and light and perfect. However, the taste was so disgusting nobody in my house would eat them. They were kind of bitter tasting with no sweet flavor at all. So I decided to try a more savory recipe and followed the garlic cheddar biscuit recipe exactly but adding a more garlic because I love it so much. Again the texture seemed great and fluffy! But the taste was awful. I could not taste the garlic or the butter at all. More like a mound of straight coconut dough. I’m not sure coconut flour is the right choice for savory treats. I may try a cookie or the banana bread but thinking a better sugar substitute will be needed.

  • Kathy Simkins August 13, 2014, 10:19 pm

    Nutiva brand Coconut flour is available at my nearest Costo store for $6.99 for a 4 pound bag!

  • Kathy Simkins August 13, 2014, 10:17 pm

    Nutiva brand Coconut Flour at my local COSTCO was 4 lbs for $6.99! I was thrilled to find anything gluten free at that price. Thanks for sharing all of your knowledge with the world!

  • S. Anderson July 28, 2014, 3:51 pm

    I’ve been trying to find ways to use coconut flour and oil in my cooking and can’t wait to try some of these recipes. I love the smell and taste of coconut, and love that it’s better for you than other products.

  • Joanne T Ferguson April 19, 2014, 3:53 am

    G’day! What a great round up! I get asked this question ALL the time via my blog!
    Sharing the love today! 🙂
    Cheers! Joanne

  • Judy March 25, 2014, 1:43 pm

    Just recently found your website. Looking forward to trying many of the recipes.

  • Kathy March 17, 2014, 3:26 pm

    Hi Tiffany, Where can I find these 70 plus recipes? I have tried clicking on the photos, and no recipe! It must be right in front of me, but I can not seem to find these recipes. Please help!

    • The Coconut Mama March 17, 2014, 10:06 pm

      Hi Kathy! It looks like I lost all the links when I updated my site a few days ago. I’ll go through and update them asap! Sorry about that!

      ~ Tiffany

      • Kathy March 18, 2014, 7:11 pm

        Thank you! I thought I was going crazy because I could not find the recipes! LOL I will check back again soon!
        Thanks again!

  • Robin March 17, 2014, 5:49 am

    Recipes look incredible, we believe good nutrition is so important and plan to make that an emphasis in our family; we can glorify God through honoring our body with wholesome food

  • Helen February 11, 2014, 11:21 pm

    Thankyou so much for all your recipes, I have struggled with coconut flour, but don’t wish to use just almond flour, or as we call it in the UK ground almonds ! It’s enough fun working out your cups and tablespoon measurements without failing because of coconut. Love your site, blog etc. wishing you health and happiness

  • butternutrition.com January 15, 2014, 10:42 am

    Best post idea ever! Love it, and thanks for including my recipes!

  • Art January 13, 2014, 7:25 pm

    These all look good. I was wondering if anyone has tried soaked chia or flax as an egg replacement in any of these?

  • Grassfed Mama January 13, 2014, 1:11 pm

    Love this collection! I love baking with coconut flour! I just made my King Cake in a Mug with coconut flour… Yum! Can’t wait to try some of these.


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