My 4-year-old’s favorite expression lately is, “Oh, coconuts!” (Like “Oh, nuts!”) We eat a lot of coconut in this house. From coconut milk to coconut oil to coconut flour to shredded coconut. There are so many health benefits to eating coconut, I try to get it on the menu as often as possible.
I posted my recipe for how to make coconut milk the other day. When you make coconut milk, it’s easy to use the leftover pulp to make homemade coconut flour. You save a lot of money when you make your own coconut milk and coconut flour.
How to Make Coconut Flour
Equipment Needed for This Recipe
Optional: Cheese Cloth, nut milk bag, or ﬁne-mesh strainer
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