Try these coconut flour recipes for scrumptious yet healthy keto-friendly dishes.
Going on a keto or low-carb diet doesn’t have to mean saying goodbye to sweet breakfasts and desserts.
While coconut flour sometimes gets a bad rap in the baking world, I’m here to defend it.
Coconut flour is a great source of fiber, protein, fat, and minerals, making it a relatively healthier option.
Some say it makes baked goods dry and dense, and that may be true to a certain extent.
But if you arm yourself with information on how to use it right, coconut flour will reward you with scrumptious, low-carb treats.
Want sweet breakfasts and scrumptious desserts and still keep the carbs and sugar at bay? These coconut flour recipes are here to save the day.
What better way is there to start a selection of sweets than with chocolate chip cookies?
These cookies are flavored with peanut butter and dotted with chocolate chip cookies.
Just like chocolate chip cookie dough, they’re soft, pillowy, and bursting with decadence.
The use of coconut flour and coconut sugar make these treats low-carb, gluten-free, dairy-free, and paleo-friendly.
If you’re a chocoholic, these brownies are for you!
They’re chewy around the edges and ridiculously fudgy and ooey-gooey in the middle. The level of chocolatey goodness is off-the-charts.
This recipe is proof that unlike what some people think, coconut flour can yield extremely moist baked goods.
These brownies have no hint of dryness in them at all.
As an added bonus, this recipe is embarrassingly easy. It’s so simple, you can do it with your eyes closed.
While I’m no stranger to making indulgent dishes, I also like to experiment with healthy ingredients once in a while.
Hence, these coconut flour pancakes. I was surprised by how these guys turned out super light and fluffy despite the use of coconut flour.
I’ll actually go out on a limb here and say these pancakes are better than most traditional ones.
The reason? They’re equally as great, but they won’t make you feel so heavy and guilty afterward.
Here are light and fluffy blueberry muffins ready in just 15 minutes.
If a healthy yet effortless breakfast is what you’re looking for, this recipe has you covered.
They’re studded with blueberries and infused with keto-friendly honey and vanilla.
These muffins are lightly sweet and exploding with a fruity flavor.
If you’re worried about the coconut flour won’t give these muffins a coconut taste, relax. You won’t taste the coconut at all!
Celebrate your birthday while still keeping your body at ketosis with this decadent but low-carb coconut flour cake.
This recipe is for you if you like the sweet and nutty flavors of coconut.
This cake has two layers of moist and buttery coconut cake filled with fluffy keto buttercream frosting.
Covered with toasted coconut flakes, this cake is the ultimate coconut lover’s dream.
Here’s another healthy pumpkin recipe care of yours truly.
These pancakes have pumpkin puree and pumpkin pie spice in the batter. They’ll hit you full force with their awesome fall flavors.
Don’t worry about the carbs, because this recipe uses a mix of almond and coconut flour. These flapjacks are as healthy as can be.
These biscuits are incredibly soft and fluffy. And they only need 4 ingredients! How awesome is that?
They don’t require grains and butter, and yet they’re just as scrumptious as traditional biscuits.
They’re also super easy to customize.
Want savory biscuits? Mix in some cheese and bacon. If you want a spicy kick, add some jalapenos.
Or, for something sweet, you can’t go wrong with raisins and chocolate chips.
This banana bread is tender and moist with a natural banana flavor.
Unlike some banana bread out there with an artificial taste, this banana bread gives you 100% banana goodness.
You won’t see an ounce of banana essence in this recipe, no sir!
It’s flavored with very ripe bananas, cinnamon, coconut sugar, and a splash of vanilla.
This banana bread has just the right amount of sweetness.
Fathead dough is a gluten-free and low-carb dough made with cream cheese, mozzarella, eggs, and almond or coconut flour.
It was originally intended to make low-carb pizza crust but was eventually adapted to make other bread-based recipes.
These hearty bagels happen to be one of them.
I was once a non-believer of mug cakes. I mean, how on earth is it possible to create an actual cake by just using a mug and a microwave oven?
The whole thing seemed like a scam to me. You can just imagine how mind-blown I was when I actually tried it.
This recipe in particular doesn’t just work wonderfully, it’s also versatile.
With just a simple addition, you can make either chocolate, vanilla, or peanut butter cake.
Here’s another delectable bread you can make with Fathead dough: cinnamon rolls.
These rolls are insanely fluffy, pillowy, and packed with sweet cinnamon flavor.
They’re also smothered with a decadent cream cheese frosting on top.
How can something be so indulgent be keto-friendly and gluten-free, you ask?
The answer is simple: Stevia and Swerve sweeteners.
Start your day with a bang with these sensational waffles. They’re crispy on the outside, firm and fluffy on the inside, and amazing in every bite.
Just like any other waffles, feel free to garnish these with your favorite waffle toppings.
I like to keep things simple with just butter and maple syrup. If you’d like to keep these waffles keto, just use keto maple.
How about something French for your weekend breakfast? These thin pancakes are light as a feather.
These crepes make for a great blank breakfast canvass. For a savory morning meal, fill them with ham and cheese.
If you like to start your day with something sweet, pair them with your favorite nut butter and fresh berries.
These shortbread cookies are light and buttery with a tender and chewy texture.
The batter is made with a simple mix of coconut flour, coconut oil, maple syrup, almond milk, vanilla, and salt.
You’d be surprised at how these humble ingredients create the most addictive cookies.
You can serve the cookies as they are, or make them extra by dipping them in melted dark chocolate.
15. Keto White Bread
If you’re a sandwich person, it’ll be impossible to give up bread at all. Don’t worry, though, you can still go on keto.
Just make keto white bread at home! With just 5 ingredients and a few simple steps, it’s not as hard as you think.
In fact, it’s so much easier to make than traditional white bread. With this recipe, you won’t have to knead, roll, and proof dough.
Yes, you can still enjoy pizza without breaking your keto diet, just as long as you use this low-carb keto crust.
I’m not going to lie, this recipe is on the complex side. Considering the reward is mouthwatering pizza, I think it’s worth the effort.
This low-carb cornbread is made with coconut flour, baking soda, cream, butter, eggs, sugar substitute, and salt.
As you may have noticed, it contains no corn at all. But somehow, it tastes just like authentic cornbread.
Don’t believe me? I’ll let this recipe speak for itself.
18. Keto Cornbread
Here’s another delightful cornbread that’ll surely knock your socks off.
It’s tender and fluffy, and delicious whether you garnish it with sweet or savory toppings.
Again, this recipe doesn’t call for real corn at all, making it low-carb and keto-friendly.
To mimic that sweet corn flavor, simply add a splash of sweetcorn extract.
This angel food cake is so light and airy, it’s like it’s been sent from above.
It’s gluten-free, sugar-free, and keto-friendly. It also tastes heavenly. It’s for everybody’s enjoyment!
These are pillowy, pumpkin-flavored donuts glazed with maple syrup.
All the warming flavors of all are put together in this one glorious dessert.
They also happen to be keto-friendly, gluten-free, and dairy-free!
Most importantly, they’re phenomenal, both flavor-wise and texture-wise.
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