Trying to reduce your use of all-purpose flour? These hazelnut flour recipes will show you how.
Hazelnut flour adds a healthy nutty bite to all your baked goods.
Made from finely ground hazelnuts, it’s naturally gluten-free and low-carb. It’s also full of fiber, protein, and healthy fats.
For all-purpose, whole-wheat, or almond flour, hazelnut flour is a great substitute.
Try it in cookies, muffins, cakes, and more.
Ready to give your baked goods a boost? Then give these hazelnut flour recipes a try.
Everyone loves chocolate chip cookies. With hazelnut flour, you won’t even miss the gluten.
These delectable delights are gooey morsels of heaven.
They’re thick and oozing with chocolate chips. The nuttiness from the hazelnut flour and almond butter is a bonus.
Not only does it taste incredible, but it reduces the carbs.
Use monk fruit sweetener to make it both keto- and paleo-friendly.
Financiers are a type of French tea cake. They typically consist of brown butter, white flour, nut meal, and eggs.
These, however, come with a nutty twist. Can you guess what it is? Roasted hazelnut flour!
By roasting the hazelnuts, these cakes take on a fuller flavor.
I know the fancy name sounds a bit intimidating.
But as long as you keep an eye on the butter, they’re not too hard to make.
Does the fall weather make you want to bake? Satisfy that urge with this exquisite autumn cake.
The juicy apples, hazelnut meal, raisins, and nutmeg taste like the season.
The cake is tender and sweet with somewhat of a wholesome quality.
It’s kind of like whole wheat, but it’s all from the ground hazelnuts.
While the brown sugar topping and toffee sauce make it a decadent dessert.
Right before serving, warm the toffee sauce and drizzle it on top.
This weekend, put your to-do list aside. Instead, make breakfast with the family the priority with hazelnut waffles.
Made with hazelnut flour, almond milk, tapioca flour, and honey, they’re a wholesome waffle alternative.
They’re completely grain-free and paleo too.
Choose your toppings wisely to keep things healthy. Nut butter, blueberries, and a drizzle of honey pair wonderfully.
You can also make it more energizing with a scoop of chia seed pudding.
Do you keep a list of baking projects to make in your spare time? Me too!
Here’s one I recently checked off the list.
These chocolate hazelnut macarons have a nutty meringue with Nutella in between.
To get perfectly shaped cookies, a piping bag does wonders.
Also, let the macarons rest before serving. It’s tough, but so worth the wait.
Tea time, baby showers, brunches, or birthdays, they’re delightful treats for any occasion.
This vibrant tart will look smashing on your holiday table!
Gluten-free, sugar-free, and refined flour-free, it’s a healthy addition that looks festive too.
It calls for seven easy ingredients and doubles as a dessert or a meal.
The roasted honeynut squash is so flavorful, you don’t need much to season. Just sage and salt.
Even the hazelnut crust requires minimal ingredients.
So give it a try. I think you may have just discovered a new holiday tradition.
You’ll want to savor these cookies with a hot cup of coffee.
These traditional German cookies are soft and full of protein.
Nutty, earthy, and not too sweet, they also have a lovely hint of cinnamon.
For the right texture, use part flour and part ground-roasted hazelnuts.
Skipping the regular flour will cause the cookies to be too dense.
Gluten-free, refined sugar-free, high protein, paleo, and chocolatey? Yes, please!
These dessert bars are dangerous.
Big chunks of gooey dark chocolate and hazelnuts dot the fudgy hazelnut chocolate filling.
Do yourself a favor and share some of the squares. It’s all too tempting to eat more than your fair share.
Looking for a bundt cake recipe that goes great with coffee and tea?
I’m a big fan of this cinnamon hazelnut date cake.
Medjool dates and honey naturally sweetened the cake.
Hazelnuts add an earthy flavor while tapioca flour gives it a light texture.
Don’t worry, the flavor is neutral so you don’t even taste it.
Dust it with powdered sugar and it’s ready to serve.
I’m a big fan of Ina Garten’s banana bread. But this banana bread tops the charts!
Hazelnut flour and roasted hazelnuts max out the nutty flavor. It also makes it very hearty.
Add a hint of cinnamon, ripe bananas, buttermilk, and dark chocolate.
All those ingredients combined make it a force to be reckoned with.
So do your household a favor and start baking. This banana bread is life-changing.
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