35 Tasty Paleo Recipes Using Coconut Flour

35 Tasty Paleo Recipes Using Coconut Flour [Part 2]

35 Tasty Paleo Recipes Using Coconut Flour [Part 1]

For health reasons, we always want to use natural sweeteners like coconut sugar in our food. Not only does it offer health benefits; its sweet caramel taste perfectly complements any recipe! For that reason, we decided to compile recipes that work refreshingly with this natural sweetener. Just a note, most of these dishes are too beautiful – you don’t even want to devour on them!

Here are some of the tastiest coconut sugar pleasures we've rounded up for you! Part 2

21. Zucchini Fritters | Fresh Planet Flavor

The next time you wake up in the morning only to find eggs and zucchini in the fridge, you know what to do. Head to the kitchen and prep this recipe from Fresh Planet Flavor! It’s perfect for any season and it’s a great addition to your breakfast menu. Yum!

Zucchini Fritters

22. Vanilla Cinnamon French Toast Casserole | Beauty and the Foodie

Beauty and the Foodie’s French toast casserole is completely divine! Pour a little maple syrup or top it with berries, whatever your choice, your family will surely love having this for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

Vanilla Cinnamon French Toast Casserole and Paleo Quik Bread

23. Grain-Free Herbed Biscuits | Ditch The Wheat

Coconut flour has gained a reputation in the kitchen for turning baked goods into something that is too dense or too moist. Then again, if you know how to work with it, you’ll be able to create delectable wonders like these biscuits from Ditch The Wheat.

Grain Free Herbed Biscuits

24. Coconut Cake with Chocolate Frosting | Civilized Cave Man Cooking

Whether you think of this as a cake or a bread, it doesn’t matter. Overall, this treat by Civilized Cave Man Cooking is everything tasty. Though the picture says it all, there’s just something in this cake that you don’t want to miss!

Coconut CakeBread with Chocolate Frosting

25. Double Mocha Cake | Healthy Living How To

This cake recipe from Healthy Living How To is just what you need for your family gatherings! With its pure chocolatey goodness, for sure upon serving, it’ll all be gone in a blink of an eye. Hence, for portion control, you might want to serve it in cupcakes.

Double Mocha Cake

26. Gluten-Free Mini Coconut Pumpkin Muffins | The Kitchen Rag

Greet those trick-or-treaters with one nutritious delight they’ll surely love! The Kitchen Rag teaches us how to make a homemade treat using pumpkins that is gluten-free and tasty. Perfect to be given away to friends and relatives!

Grain Free Chicken Fried Steak

27. Coconut Lemon Cream Cake | Food Renegade

If you think this is just an ordinary cake, well honestly, it’s more than what you think. Though it’s made from coconut flour, that ingredient won’t take away the flavors of the cake. But since it’s not as sweet than any other cakes, you can always add more honey. Great recipe here from Food Renegade!

Coconut Lemon Cream Cake

28. Freedom Cupcakes | Power Hungry

They say perfection is hard to achieve, but this cupcake recipe from Power Hungry is changing the way we think about perfection! Texture is great and nutritional benefits is superb! This could be your go-to recipe at times when you need a vegan cake in the near future!

Freedom Cupcakes

29. Grain-Free Chicken Fried Steak | Mommy Potamus

Chicken recipes complete our childhood. Thank you to Mommy Potamus, our all-time favorite dish gets a new twist. Serve it with mashed potatoes or salad, and you’ll definitely feel nostalgic. This recipe should turn a mature man into a cute pup. It’s worth drooling!

Grain Free Chicken Fried Steak

30. Coconut Flour Cupcakes with Chocolate Frosting | Healy Eats Real

Healy Eats Real has a fun treat that is best served on special occasions or on days when you need one cupcake. It’s dairy-free and gluten-free, so you save yourself from that guilt-feeling! Have as much as you want!

Coconut Flour Cupcakes with Chocolate Frosting

31. Chocolate Mint Cookies | Good Girl Gone Green

No time for baking? Good Girl Gone Green can help you with one cookie recipe. While it’s ideal for paleo diet, you could still taste its modern deliciousness. Therefore, fire up the oven and prep up! These cookies will satisfy your cookie cravings in an instant.

Chocolate Mint Cookies

32. Cut-Out Coconut Flour Cookies Recipe | Health Extremist

Whether it’s for Halloween, Thanksgiving, or Christmas, making these cookies from Health Extremist is nothing but fun. Imagine rolling the dough and using cookie cutters to achieve the shape of your choice. Baking these cookies is apparently a great way to bond with the family!

Coconut Flour Cookies

 

33. Grain-Free Crispy Pizza Bites | Thrive-Style

If you feel like eating pizza, but you’re scared of all those calories, why not try it with coconut flour? Yes, it can be tricky to deal with coconut flour. However, with Thrive-Style’s recipe, you won’t have to worry about anything. Rest assured it’ll turn out great!

Grain Free Crispy Pizza Bites

34. Coconut Flour Banana Bread with Maple Nut Butter | Free Coconut Recipes

Another wonderful addition to your paleo diet is this bread from Free Coconut Recipes. Even if it requires several ingredients, the outcome is something you will not expect. It’s great with chocolate chips or nuts.

Coconut Flour Banana Bread with Maple Nut Butter

35. Coconut Flour Pound Cake | Coco Treasure

We’ve come to the last part of the list, but we can promise you that this dessert is one-of-a-kind and won’t disappoint! Because of coconut flour, this relish from Coco Treasure has a mild aroma and flavor of tropical fruit. Nevertheless, it’s rich and buttery and it goes well with lemon curd or berry sauce.

Coconut Flour Pound Cake

At the end of the day, you have to remember that sweets are treats. But then again, delectable dishes don’t need to be a sin, especially for those who are on a diet. With moderation and balance, you’ll realize you don’t have to say no to sweet foods with coconut sugar, ever again!

Tammie Burnsed

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Tammie is a freelance and creative writer who usually disparages the term “super food” but makes an exception for coconut oil. Her research for Coco Treasure has turned her into a verified coco-nut, and she’s made peace with that. Tammie lives in sunny California where she enjoys painting, writing and sharing all things beachy with her husband and two dogs.
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