100% Certified Organic Coconut Flour
Very unhappy. The expiration date on both containers was only 2 months. I was required to rate the product by category, but I have not tried the product, so I only know that the expiration date is totally unacceptable.
May 18, 2014
Purchased Coconut flour in Late April and received the use by date was July 2014. Called and all there suppt was use by July 2014.
May 1, 2014
Super for gluten-free!
I've just recently had to go gluten-free and coconut flour is high on the list for healthy GF recipes. It's great to already have it in a canister—makes it easier to measure out. I've shopped around and this is still by far the best value.
April 9, 2014
Like this coconut flour and the jar is great for good, airtight sealing.
January 14, 2014
I love your flour!!!! I have tried others and they just don't have the same effects. I use it in my chocolate cakes and people love it. I won't use any other.
December 3, 2013
I highly recommend coconut flour. Just remember you need half as much if you are replacing this with another flour!
November 6, 2013
great product, great value. I continue to buy this exact container from SV because it's the best I've found!
September 5, 2013
I like to add this to various recipes as it adds healthy fats, protein and a ton of fiber. The flour smells good and tastes pretty good as well. Just remember to add extra liquids or eggs to your recipes.
August 26, 2013
This flour is very light and has a nice taste. I wish I had done some research first on baking with it. Note that it does not replace cup for cup with other flours. It also takes more liquid than a usual flour.
August 12, 2013
Love this product!
I bake with coconut flour all the time. This product is far superior to anything you can buy in the store. It's a very fine grind and works for every recipe I have tried and the price can't be beat!
July 10, 2013
Great addition to my diet!
I recently purchased Swanson Organic Coconut Flour, along with their Cooking With Coconut Flour cookbook and made my first recipe last week for Coconut Flour Blueberry Muffins.
The only good way I can control my weight is by eating low-carb, and I really miss muffins and quick breads as an occasional breakfast treat. Now I don't have to miss them anymore - the muffins were absolutely delicious, easy to make, and I'm looking forward to trying more recipes from the Coconut Flour Cookbook.
July 8, 2013
Great for low carb
Made pancakes and cookies with it. Worked and tasted great.
July 4, 2013
A great alternative to wheat four and with more benefits! I would definitely buy again!
June 23, 2013
Like how it work in pancake mix.
June 16, 2013
I have used Swanson organic coconut oil for several months and would never use anything else to cook with. It is the best for sauteing.
I cringe when someone uses olive oil to fry with, which always leads me to share what I know about break down of olive oil into carginogens when used at high heat and that coconut oil is superior for this purpose. Use Olive Oil in salads.
May 6, 2013
a great alternative for baking
This Coconut Flour is easy and convenient to use. The taste is a little different but not bad. You need to double the amount of eggs to use with it which can get a little expensive if you don't have chickens. I also tried using a combination of whole wheat flour and this product and the results were even better.
February 21, 2013
I use this instead of oils in baking recipes for the added health benefits and flavor. I also use it as the oil I fry my coconut flower pancakes in.
January 24, 2013
Not for Sensitive People
If you have sensitive Digestion, this is not for you. Its very harsh.
October 8, 2012
I love using this in all of my baked recipes, especially banana bread or pancakes.
July 30, 2012
Good Quality Coconut Flour
Our family is highly satisfied with this coconut flour. Living in a rural area, ordering this product (which is unavailable where we live) from Swanson's is wonderful. Not only is it conveniently shipped to our home, but the product itself is truly 5-star. We use this flour to replace 20% of our wheat flour when baking, which works well to provide an alternative to all-purpose white flour. Although the dough or batter may have a coconut smell, it dissipates after baking if you only use the specified 20%.
March 19, 2012
One of my favorite Swanson products
My husband and I are gluten free, and I am nearly entirely grain free. I missed all the wonderful breads, cookies, cakes, etc., and the GF box mixes are loaded with sugar. I purchased this product when it first came out, along with the cookbook, and read the cookbook cover to cover. Nobody that I serve these delicious baked goods to ever believes they are not only grain-free, but high in protein, and fiber as well. The reviewer who did not like the product needs to try again, this time with Dr. Fife's recipes.
March 17, 2012
While coconut flour seems a bit pricy at first, it doesn't take nearly so much as gluten flours do for really delicious recipes. If you are new to coconut flour (as I was) be sure to also purchase the coconut flour cookbook to avoid mistakes.
March 12, 2012
unless you need gluten free avoid
This pretty much ruined everything I put it in. Unless you need gluten free and therefore have to accept the denseness of this gooey or gluey result, I recommend to get the benefits of coconuts from another product. I experimented with different proportions with wheat flour, temperatures, additional hydration etc. Every trick I could learn for using this flour returned unsatisfactory results for our texture and taste buds. I had been hopeful but realize not every healthy product will be acceptable to us.
December 25, 2011
Best coconut flour!
The first coconut flour I bought was the Swanson brand, and then bought the "other" brand that Swanson sells. The Swanson coconut flour is superior in quality and taste- worth the extra price. I love it!
July 22, 2011
Hello again, chocolate cake
Awesome, awesome, awesome. I bought this on amazon (from Swanson) and just baked a sugar free super low carb chocolate cake with it. I have to say, this stuff rocks. It adds a very subtle aroma and sweetness that I absolutely love! It's not quite actively coconut-y- you wouldn't be able to tell that it was made with a coconut product if you didn't know, but there's just something very floral about the taste that is unique. Remember to use a ton of extra eggs and a bit of oil in any recipe where you substitute this for wheat flour! Otherwise it can be dry. Also, this cooks up very densely, so don't take too big a slice either! It's very velvety and flavorful- I think I'd be cooking with it even if I wasn't trying to lower my carb intake!
April 22, 2011