Well, if you are not familiar with coconut flour, then we can guarantee that you are up for something good! Our love affair for coconut flour has started long ago. Although at the beginning, it can be difficult to work with, you’ll see that it’s rewarding to use it in the right recipes.
Here are 15 healthy coconut flour bread recipes we gathered from the web to start with.
Here’s a delicious way to use up all those excess zucchini in the fridge – Detoxinista’s Paleo Coconut Flour Zucchini Bread. Aside from the fact that it’s healthy, it is budget-friendly because unlike ordinary flours, a little of coco flour goes a long way!
Words are not enough to describe how good this Chocolate Chip Coconut Flour Banana Bread is! Not only is it tasty, it’s also healthy since it’s gluten-free, if you set aside those chocolate chips. It is easy to make, so have fun baking this. Kudos to Ambitious Kitchen for such an awesome recipe!
This hearty piece of goodness by Foodie Fiasco is great for breakfast because it has a delicate coconut taste and a soft bread-like texture. It’s super simple to make. Stir up all the ingredients in a bowl and you get a bread dough! You’ve got to give this Coconut Flour Flatbread a try!
Although this isn’t really a bread, those who are following a strict gluten-free diet understands how hard it is to resist a scrumptious pizza. Thankfully, there is this Coconut Flour Pizza Crust by Coco Treasure. Everybody can now have a bit of pizza without that guilt feeling.
Moist, fluffy, delicious – oh! It’s difficult to find the best word to describe this Coconut Flour Loaf Bread from Health Extremist. Even if it looks like an old-fashioned loaf bread, its taste is quite strong. It is served best with fruit spreads like organic chocolate coconut jam.
Instead of buying a factory-made bread, try this moist Home Baked Grain Free Organic Coconut Flour Bread. Like other bread recipes included in this list, it’s quick to make. In fact, it only needs 6 ingredients! How’s that for a recipe?
As we always say, coconut flour is a bit tricky to work with. Since it does not have gluten, it does not make recipes rise as we expected. But that is not a reason not to bake this PB Banana Coconut Flour Bread. Just try it for yourself!
Unlike the ordinary sandwich bread, you can mix all the ingredients for this Low Carb Sandwich Bread in less than a minute using a high-speed blender. After that, you bake it and wait a few minutes to have it cooked. And then, indulge in its doughy goodness!
Even if it’s not Thanksgiving, you can put to good use those pumpkins lurking in the corner! Rather than turning it into a soup, you can transform it into a simple dish – this Coconut Flour Pumpkin Bread. Radiant Rachels can help you with that.
No matter what day it is, you can serve this delightful Cheesy Garlic Coconut Flour Bread! It’s perfect for get together parties and even ordinary dinner dates with the family. Credits to Dr. Hardick, we can help ourselves with nothing but cheesy and garlicky goodness.
The low-carb psyllium bread trend started long ago. And to whoever started it, he or she really did a pretty great job at it. Because of him or her, Lisa of Low Carb Yum was inspired to make this Coconut Flour Psyllium Husk Bread. Now, she’s sharing it for the world to enjoy, too!
This Gluten-Free Coconut Flour Flax Bread by Coconut Recipes is completely satisfying. In addition, it’s also flavorful. The distinct tastes of coconut flour, flax seeds, organic coconut oil, and apple cider vinegar perfectly complements one another!
If you are a fan of banana, nuts, and bread, this recipe is for you. It’s called Organic Banana Nut Bread. Well, no explanation is needed. The reason is very obvious. Mash up all the ingredients and you’ll get this pleasant pastry!
Lisa Pfeffer shares with us a fluffy and delicious bread that is perfect whatever the occasion is – Moist Low Carb Coconut Flour Bread. With only 8 ingredients, you’ll definitely want to make plenty of this! So you might want to stock several bags of coco flour at home.
Here is one bread recipe you can serve in many ways. You can plate it as is, toast it, top it with fruits, slather it with cream cheese, or even pair it with butter and jam! Whatever you wish, it’s so good! Dish by Dish can teach you how.