Product Information:Coconut flour is a gluten-free alternative to wheat flour made from dried and ground coconut meat. It is widely used in baking and cooking, especially in recipes that require a low-carb or gluten-free option.
Nutrition Value (per 100 grams of coconut flour):
Please note that the nutritional values may vary slightly based on the brand and specific coconut flour you choose. Here's an approximate nutritional breakdown:
1. Calories: ~400-450 kcal2. Carbohydrates: ~50-60 grams - Dietary Fiber: ~30-40 grams - Sugars: ~5-10 grams - Net Carbs: Net carbs are the total carbs minus the dietary fiber and sugars. Coconut flour tends to be lower in net carbs due to its high fiber content.
3. Protein: ~15-20 grams4. Fat: ~10-20 grams - Saturated Fat: Coconut flour is relatively high in saturated fats.
5. Vitamins and Minerals: - Coconut flour is a good source of iron, potassium, and magnesium. - It also contains small amounts of calcium, vitamin C, and some B vitamins.
6. Gluten-Free and Grain-Free: Coconut flour is naturally gluten-free and grain-free, making it suitable for people with gluten intolerance or those following a paleo or grain-free diet.
Keep in mind that coconut flour absorbs more liquid than traditional wheat flour, so recipes may require adjustments to achieve the desired consistency.
If you are looking for specific product information and up-to-date nutrition facts, I recommend checking the packaging of the coconut flour you have or visiting the manufacturer's website for the most accurate details.