|Characteristics and Benefits||
Coconut flour is a soft, powdery product made from ground coconut pulp. Higher in fiber and lower in carbohydrates than traditional wheat flours, it’s also gluten-free — ideal for satisfying those with special dietary needs. With a subtle coconut flavor that blends easily with others, it's a versatile, tasty choice for both sweet and savory recipes.
Coconut flour is made from ground, defatted coconut meat. A byproduct of the coconut-milk-making process, it is the end result of the sequence of soaking coconut meat, extracting the milk, and drying and grinding the remaining pulp into a powdery flour.
Each serving of Prasada Coconut Flour contains more than 20% daily value of dietary fiber. It is a source of iron and protein, both of which naturally occurs in coconuts. Naturally gluten- and cholesterol-free, coconut flour is also low in sodium. A 1/4-cup serving contains 120 calories, 4g of fat, 4g of protein, 10g of fiber, 16g of carbohydrates, and 2g of sugar.