Paleo Baking Flour – 1 lb.

Paleo Baking Flour – 1 lb.
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Current Price $10.95

New! Better Texture! Our Paleo baking flour has been reformulated for an even better baking experience.

An essential for paleo baking!

Go against the grain with our Paleo flour blend—the perfect ingredient to achieve the very best results in grain-free and paleo baking. Simply swap it in to turn any non-yeasted recipe grain-free or use in paleo recipes!

Paleo baking can be tricky to replicate the texture and flavor you love from beloved baked goods without using any grains. That’s why we’ve created this flour blend; it gives you great bakeability, reliable results, and delicious flavor with lots of nutritional benefits! Formulated by bakers specifically for baking, this is—hands-down—the best ingredient to use for your paleo and grain-free recipes.

Our blend of almond, cassava, and coconut flours is an equal substitute for conventional all-purpose flour in any non-yeasted recipe. With 4 grams each of protein and fiber per serving, it’s a nutritional powerhouse. It has three simple ingredients: almonds, cassava, and coconut and no preservatives. That’s it! Just the good stuff.

Why does it work so well? Glad you asked! It’s all about the right balance of the blend: the fats in almond flour keep baked goods moist, tender, and fresh for longer. Cassava flour adds viscosity which lets eggs and leaveners do their job in keeping baked goods light. Coconut flour helps thicken batters and doughs with more fiber and moisture, too.

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What you get
  • 1 lb.
Dietary information
  • Grain-free
  • Certified Gluten-Free by the non-profit Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO), a program of the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG®)
  • Non-GMO Project Verified
  • Certified Kosher
Test kitchen tips

To use in any non-yeasted recipe, simply substitute 1-1 for the all-purpose flour called for in your recipe.