Why You’ll Love It
About This Brand
100% Organic coconut flour.
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- Certified Organic
- Certified Kosher
- Non-GMO Project Verified
- Fair Trade
- Family-Owned Business
- Sourced Direct From Farmers
- Supports Charity
- Sustainably farmed
- Cholesterol Free
- Dairy Free
- Dye and Color Additive Free
- High Fructose Corn Syrup Free
- Low Fat
- Low Glycemic
- Low Sodium
- No Artificial Ingredients
- No Trans Fats
- Pesticide Free
- Preservative Free
- SLS Free
Reviews For Organic Raw Coconut Flour
Based on 19 Reviews
Used this flour to make some apple cinnamon muffins - turned out great and have a nice texture for a flour alternative.
great for baking
love going paleo and using different flour for baking
I love using this for pancakes! I'd like to try it for baking other things, but it does absorb liquid differently, so I'm not quite sure how you'd substitute it for regular flour.
Great for my curls!
I live in the desert (Las Vegas) and my hair has noticed, but even after the first use this condish left my hair holding probably 3x more moisture and air-drying with a great bounce. Very good results. And my husband likes it, too, which is a small miracle. He says it is soothing to his occasionally angry scalp. I recommend this product even for curly girls!
Everything I have bought from Thrive is great.
Definitely a must to have in my pantry. So many recipes call for coconut flour. Will be ordering again.
Rancid 2 months after opening :(
I liked that this brand is already in a convenient container so I gave it a try. Perfectly normal coconut flour at first. Unfortunately, despite a far-off-next-year expiration date, there was an awful change in the taste, texture, and smell after just two months closed in a cool pantry location (I've stored other brands the same way and not had problems). I thought I'd messed up the recipe, but it became clear it was the flour. I ate barely any of the resulting bitter, gummy, awful muffins before tossing them and ended up getting sick anyway. Will be switching brands and storing in fridge or freezer to be safe.
love this flour!
Since I went gluten free I like to try different things when I am cooking and baking. I love spending time in the kitchen.
I noticed that it doesn't work exactly like wheat flour, but it's a work in progress.
Coconut Secret is one of the best out there for coconut products. I love this raw coconut flour. It does sometimes make things taste a little different, but I think it is a good taste.
There are some things I prefer not to use it for, like dumplings and pot pies, but other than that I have no complaints!
- Glen Wess
I love to use coconut flour. It's amazing. I find it works best in baking. I also use it to thicken my soups every once in a while, mostly as an experiment.
You can pretty much do anything with the flour that you can do with wheat flour.
- Stacy K.
Still Working Out the Kinks
I've tried this for a couple dishes, and it certainly takes some getting used to. I needed a gluten-free alternative to the wheat flour we've been using, and coconut flour seems to be the uncontested recommendation. Maybe I need to try refining or grinding down the flour a bit more, but I still haven't found a way to make all of my dishes taste exactly the same as they did with wheat flour. It makes the recipes cook and whatnot like they're supposed to, but the taste is still a bit "off". I'm sure it will just take more experimentation, but it seems like a high-quality coconut flour that'll just take some time to figure out how to best use it.
- Susan K.
The new baking craze
I recently read a cookbook on baking with coconut flour. It's far healthier than wheat flour and it's naturally gluten-free. I thought many of the recipes sounded somewhat easy and very delicious, so I had to try it out on my own.
Boy was I surprised. You can make some wonderful snacks with a coconut flour blend. I did find that it was important to closely follow instructions. But nonetheless, I think coconut flour should be the next big thing.
- Nida R.
Okay, but not the best
We have been using healthy alternatives for many years. This is the first time we've tried organic raw coconut flour from Coconut Secret. This product is not the best we've tried, but certainly not the worst.
The flour is great for frying foods, they look delicious, but they lack that crunchy texture and flavor. The fried goods smell excellent when we're cooking, but doesn't match the flavor.
- Joel Graham
Good but not affordable
This coconut flour is good, but it's a little expensive for what you get. I'm into bread, and I like to bake mine fresh, so I'll cut my wheat flour by a fourth and add in coconut flour. It's best to sift the flour to make sure it's as smooth as possible.
I like the fact that it's all-natural and the coconut isn't heated before it's made. It's gluten free, high in protein and fiber and low in carbs. Don't care for the price, but the rest is up to snuff.
- Ona M.
A great complement to regular flour
I think of this raw coconut flour as a kind of additive to my baking needs. You can't really just change it up wholesale with regular flour, but you can cut the amount of regular flour you use and substitute coconut flour. It's packed with protein and it's healthy.
You can also use it to make soups and sauces heavier and more thick, and it's awesome sprinkled into a milkshake or protein shake after a workout. My kids love it when I mix some of the flour into pancake batter, because they can taste the coconut, but it's not too overpowering.
- Ornella Monroe
Usable in tons of recipes
Coconut flour is fantastic, but it takes some getting used to. You can't use it the exact same way as standard flour, so it takes some 'messes' before you get the right combination of egg and water. Following the directions helps, but if you're like me, you like to play around with baking to get the best results.
I really like the way the flour enhances the taste of my baking. For example, bread has a sweet aftertaste that I find pleasant. A great alternative flour that you can use in a lot of recipes, but just play around a bit with the consistency and you'll be fine.
- Orlando Mathis
Ideal For Baking
After my doctor recommended that I get off wheat products due to my gastric issues, I had to find something to use instead of wheat flour. My sister told me about coconut flour and I was a little confused. I know coconut milk is a healthy alternative to regular milk, but never knew much about coconut flour.
One big thing about it is you can't use this flour as a whole. In other words, it works best if you use it as directed, which is about a quarter cup added to another flour. I figured it out through a little trial and error, but I love this flour and how it changes the taste of bread and healthy muffins. It keeps me on my diet without having to sacrifice some food I really like.
- Odalis M.
Really good baking
I've been using this flour for a few months. I don't use anything else these days because I love what this does. I can make almost everything with this flour, but my favorite is German chocolate cake. There's a subtle flavor from the coconut that just kicks everything up a notch.
The flour is gluten-free and is also low in carbs, so even when you're making something 'devilish,' you're at least undercutting it with the base flour. The flour has no soy, wheat or nuts, which is great for me because I have a peanut allergy.
- Omar McKinney
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