Coconut flour is made by simply grinding dried-out coconut meat until it forms a soft powder. It is nutritious due to the higher amounts of fat, fiber and protein.
You cannot swap out white flour one-to-one for coconut flour when baking. Also, coconut flour it is very absorbent and much more liquid is needed. You will need to slightly increase the the eggs, oils and other liquids in the recipe.
The net carbs of 3 is the star of this flour and is why it has a remix ranking of #7.
It has a slightly sweet coconut flavor.
It can be used to make cakes, cookies, bread, and muffins.