How to use coconut flour

Coconut flour is an excellent flour that can be used to recreate grain-free versions of your favorite bread and desserts. Coconut flour is a high fiber flour often used by those on gluten and grain-free diets. If you've ever tried baking with coconut flour, you'll know that it can be a little tricky to use. This is because it absorbs liquid far more than traditional flours. Because of this, you may have started noticing smaller quantities called for in recipes. For example, when baking muffins with wheat flour, you use up to 3 cups, but when baking muffins using coconut flour, you'll use roughly 1/2 to 3/4 cups instead. Most coconut flour recipes often call for a large number of eggs. Many eggs are needed because the flour needs eggs to bind the ingredients together (xanthan gum and flax egg replacement won't work). Converting recipes to use coconut flour can be tricky and can lead to unwanted results. I've created several coconut flour recipes to share with you and help you start using coconut flour. These recipes are all kitchen-tested, so you know that you won't have to waste time or money on ingredients. PM me or whatsapp me for some of these recipes at 92209992