These Vegan Coconut Flour Recipes are tasty and easy to make. Coconut flour is a healthy, gluten-free alternative to white flour that will be your next favorite baking ingredient!
Vegan Coconut Flour Recipes
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Coconut Flour Cakes
Balancing specific dietary preferences and needs can be tricky, especially when hosting a special occasion where cake is a must-have. Coconut flour banana cake is egg and dairy-free, AIP friendly, and paleo compliant. It is naturally sweetened with honey and coconut sugar, so it is processed sugar-free as well.
Baking a cake without wheat flour and eggs is not an easy feat. I know this because I have attempted it many times. Thankfully, this perfect coconut flour cake has been tested multiple times and has achieved perfection. Yum.
Coconut Flour Pancakes
Who doesn’t want fluffy pancakes for breakfast with pure maple syrup running down the sides of the stack? These grain-free coconut flour pancakes are keto-friendly while also being free of eggs and dairy. Full-fat coconut milk acts as a binder to keep them from falling apart.
Is it really possible to make waffles without eggs and grain flour? It is indeed. Vegan and paleo waffles are here! Applesauce, almond milk, and lemon juice bind and leaven the coconut flour based batter. These are cakey with those signature crispy edges that the waffle iron ensures.
Coconut Flour Muffins
I really love how fluffy coconut flour bakes up, especially in muffins. I don’t really want a super dense muffin to start my day unless I have a marathon on the schedule. Cocoa powder and semi-sweet dairy-free chips bring the chocolate flavor to the forefront.
Do you ever buy too many bananas and after a couple of days some of them start turning brown and getting really soft? Look at this as a gift that begs you to make these incredibly easy banana muffins with a short list of ingredients.
Coconut Flour Brownies & Donuts
This recipe is very thoughtful in the selection of ingredients for making vegan donuts. Medjool dates sweeten the batter and the juice of blueberries is the base for the glaze. Vegan sprinkles are a must for decorating them.
Golden milk is a term used to describe a warming ayurvedic milk tea that is steeped with anti-inflammatory spices. The key spice is turmeric which imparts a golden color. This recipe uses turmeric-infused coconut milk to glaze the donuts that have been generously spiced with cinnamon, ginger, and cardamom.
The classic combination of cinnamon and sugar is a childhood treat that many of us still dream of, especially when it is a snowy morning and school has been canceled. These oven-baked (not deep-fried) grain-free donuts are dipped in maple sugar, cinnamon, and allspice for a warming and sweet treat on a chilly day.
I need my brownie fix! Coconut flour brownies are fudgy and very chocolatey. The thicker density is achieved by baking the batter in a loaf pan so they don’t rise too high like a cakey brownie. It is really a brilliant idea.
Coconut Flour Cookies
So many vegan and paleo cookies are made with almond flour. I find that sometimes nut flour cookies start to lose their structure once they cool. Coconut flour chocolate chip cookies come out of the oven crunchy and are wonderfully soft in texture the next day.
If you don’t already know what a snickerdoodle is, it is traditionally a basic flour, butter, and egg cookie dough that is shaped and rolled in cinnamon sugar prior to baking. You can make a vegan version with coconut flour, cashew butter, and a flax egg. It is the same yummy cookie, only vegan.
It’s always tea time somewhere. What goes better with afternoon tea than shortbread cookies? You aren’t going to believe how few ingredients there are in these crumbly and sweet bites. Dip one half of each cookie in melted chocolate chips for a little extra indulgence.
Are you a chocolate fanatic? This double chocolate cookie recipe is sure to satisfy the chocolate loving cookie monster that lurks inside of many of us. Dutch cocoa powder and vegan chocolate chips make this happen.
15. Pumpkin Cookies
Every year when the temperatures start to drop and summer rolls into fall, I see pumpkin spice flavored everything popping up on coffee and bakery menus that make me want to go home and whip up my own pumpkin recipe. Sorry local barista and baker, but homemade is better. These iced cookies combine coconut and almond flour with pumpkin puree and spices to yield a healthy and indulgent cookie.
I can’t ever pass up a chewy peanut butter cookie with firm edges. I like that this gluten-free cookie recipe uses maple syrup as the sweetener. These cookies are a good source of protein and potassium for after a workout or a healthy treat for picky little eaters.
Coconut Flour Snacks
These coconut rum balls look like fluffy fresh fallen snow. They are just the thing for your winter holiday party. The ingredients are clean, right down to the rum extract that doesn’t have the high alcohol of rum spirits. The best part is that there is no baking required.
18. Cinnamon Rolls
The baked coconut flour dough in this recipe pulls apart like the cinnamon rolls of your childhood memories. And the cinnamon filling is gooey. I love that there is no yeast so they are ready in just 45 minutes.
Remember eating raw cookie dough off the mixing spoon when mom was baking? I definitely did that! These no-bake paleo vegan cinnamon roll bites have that cookie dough texture without the raw egg. They are actually quite healthy with protein-packed cashew butter and almond flour combined with the coconut flour.
Most vegan coconut flour bread recipes have a variety of flours and starches in the dough. Not these bread rolls! Believe me when I tell you that you need very few ingredients. Chances are, you likely already have coconut flour, psyllium, apple cider vinegar, and baking soda in your vegan pantry to make soft and bread-y dinner or breakfast rolls.
Focaccia bread is one of my favorite dinner party sides. Unfortunately, I have had a hard time finding a good gluten-free recipe for focaccia bread that is easy to prepare and bake. Luckily I have found this super easy recipe that your guests will love if it even makes it to the table. You can top the bread with fresh herbs and a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil.
What are your favorite vegan coconut flour recipes?
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Vegan Coconut Rum Snowballs
- 1 cup coconut flour
- 1/2 cup oat flour
- 5-6 tbsp canned full-fat coconut milk (the creamy part)
- 5-6 tbsp agave syrup
- 1 tsp orange zest
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1,5 tsp rum extract
- 1/3 cup chopped almonds
- 1/2 cup shredded coconut (for rolling)
- Combine all ingredients in a bowl. Make sure that there are no clumps!
- Put the dough in the fridge for 1-2 hour(s) to chill.
- Make the balls (around 11), then roll them into shredded coconut.
- Put the balls in the fridge for another hour before eating (optional, but ideal).
- Keep in the fridge for up to 3 days.