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coconut flour


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Ingredients

200 g

flour

  • 200 gram desiccated coconut (toasted optional)
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place desiccated coconut or dried coconut shards in TM bowl and mill 30 secs speed 9

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Tip

You can use fresh coconut if you dehydrate or dry it out in oven first. 


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  • Didn't work well for me....

    Submitted by Kim McLean on 9. September 2020 - 10:27.

    Didn't work well for me.
    I tried twice. Once with dedicated and once with a mix of flakes and dedicated. Both times it was too moist. I think it could be good to use as a fine coating for bliss balls.

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  • Can you dry the coconut in the thermomix first, in...

    Submitted by Karlie on 3. April 2020 - 10:49.

    Can you dry the coconut in the thermomix first, in case it's a bit moist, instead of doing it in the oven? Any tips for this?

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  • Didn't work. Went all lumpy and moist. Myabe I did...

    Submitted by aataylor on 20. January 2019 - 08:45.

    Didn't work. Went all lumpy and moist. Myabe I did something wrong.

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  • Great easy recipe. THANK YOU 

    Submitted by chlossy on 26. January 2015 - 12:48.

    Great easy recipe. THANK YOU 

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  • I was told you need to use 6

    Submitted by keffirgirl on 20. August 2014 - 14:58.

    I was told you need to use 6 eggs to half cup coconut flour in recipes for it to work.

    Looking forward to trying this out in muffins etc

    keffirgirl

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  • Yes and yes. I think you need

    Submitted by Suzanne Mosca on 18. June 2014 - 11:41.

    Yes and yes. I think you need to use 200gm to get a good mill. The desicated coconut needs to be dry too. Some organic and health food brands are quite miost so dry out in the oven on low for 30 mins first (or in a dehydraytor)  The flour is not like regular flour, so i mill as i need and dont store, as can be a little moist. Definately if you mill for longer than 20 second the olis in the coconut release and coconut butter begins to form. You could just turbo and scrape down till you have the consistency you like. All the best!!

    Norm

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  • My attempt didn't seem to

    Submitted by flisro on 15. May 2014 - 20:35.

    My attempt didn't seem to work very well,  it didn't seem to turn out any finer, and it started turning to butter at the bottom. Could this be because I only used 100g instead of 200g?

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  • Is the flour meant to be

    Submitted by kaumosi on 25. March 2014 - 08:25.

    Is the flour meant to be completely dry or a bit moist/oily?

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  • You just saved me $16 for a

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 18. March 2014 - 17:16.

    You just saved me $16 for a kilo of the stuff when I only need 25gm for a recipe!

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  • Thanks I have been looking

    Submitted by LibbyG on 12. October 2013 - 07:47.

    Thanks I have been looking for this for ages!! Some new recipes I have found use coconut flour!

    Thanks again

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