Ditch the empty carbs and reach for organic coconut flour instead. It’s gluten free, low-glycemic and lightly textured, making it an appetizing alternative to standard grain-based flours. Since it’s made from ground coconut, coconut flour retains some benefits of coconut oil. And you get 23% dietary fiber in every 16g serving—great for low carb and paleo diets.
- Gluten-free and lightly textured, Organic Coconut Flour makes for a delicious, better alternative to standard grain-based flours.
- Made from ground coconut so it retains some beneficial coconut oil. And doesn’t promote digestive distress like white flour can.
- Light coconut aroma and flavor is ideal for baking moist and delicious muffins, quick breads and brownies.
How to use: Substitute coconut flour for 20%-100% of wheat flour. For every ½ cup of coconut flour used, add 2-3 eggs and ¼ cup extra liquid. Consider using a binding agent such as chia, flax, tapioca starch or xanthan gum to keep your end product from crumbling.
A while back, Stephen the founder of Better Body Foods got the word from his doctor about his blood sugar. And the word was “Yikes.” Naturally, he decided to make some lasting changes. Get healthier. But… not give up flavor. So, when a friend introduced him to agave, he said ‘Yum!’ Then he said, ‘That’s it!’ Then he was out the door. To Mexico, land of agave. And then to Asia, for life- and cooking-changing coconut oil, coconut flour and coconut palm sugar. And that was just the start.Today, lots of people are saying ‘Yum, that’s it!’ And Stephen and the gang are working away in a certified-organic operation at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. There, whenever they say “Yum! That’s it!” you get deliciously better foods like the world-famous, low-fat peanut butter powder, PBfit®. You know, the kind of foods you and your family actually want to eat. And that’s something worth committing to—even if you’re not into carving up your kitchen décor.