20 Delicious Ketogenic Coconut Flour Recipes

keto coconut flour recipes

Regular flour is a big no-no on a ketogenic diet. It is very high in carbs, and low in fat…things you don’t want on a ketogenic diet.

For instance, just 1 cup of white all-purpose flour contains a whopping 92 grams of net carbs. This is more than enough to blow you out of ketosis.

Meanwhile, it only contains 1.2 grams of fat. So you’d need to eat tons of it to keep you in ketosis.

But regular flour is in everything. From bread, cake, cookies, tortillas, pizza, even breaded chicken.

So, how can you still eat these items and remain in ketosis? By using coconut flour!

Coconut flour is very low in net carbs. It is also much higher in fat.

And since it is super absorbent, a little goes a low way. So, you don’t need to use much of it.

Today, I’m sharing 20 delicious ketogenic coconut flour recipes. I’ve also included the macros so you can keep track of your diet.

To make sure you can make them, make sure you have enough coconut flour. If you’re running low, you can buy some good quality, yet budget-friendly coconut flour here.

1. Coconut Chicken Tenders with Flaxseeds

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Everyone loves chicken tenders. What’s not to love about crispy coated chicken tenders?

Everything but the carbs. Your regular chicken tenders could easily cost you 16 grams of net carbs.

However, these chicken tenders contain only 2 grams of net carbs.

They also contain 16 grams of fat and a whopping 41 grams of protein. So, you can eat just one and feel quite satiated.

They’re crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. Just like regular ones.

I actually prefer these chicken tenders to the regular ones. That’s because the unsweetened coconut flakes add some sweetness.

I also love them because you’re using flaxseed to coat the chicken. Flaxseed is a great source of brain-boosting omega-3 fatty acids.

I usually stock up on coconut flakes here. It’s just something good to have at home, especially if you are on the keto diet and tend to cook coconut desserts like these shredded coconut cookies.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 343
  • Fats: 16g
  • Net Carbs: 2g
  • Protein: 41g

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2. Orange Chicken

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There’s something about Chinese food that’s so addictive. You can never get enough of it.

Orange chicken is definitely no exception. Yet, your typical orange chicken at your Chinese restaurant can easily net you over 20 grams of net carbs.

This is more than your daily allotment of net carbs. And are you just going to live on oil and water for the rest of the day?

Since this orange chicken contains only 1 gram of net carbs, you can indulge without guilt. What’s more, you can probably stop at just one since it is extra filling.

It’s sweet and savory. And it has a nice crunch thanks to the ground pork rinds.

To sweeten it, you will need some erythritol. Erythritol is one of the best all-natural sweeteners on the market.

It’s great for sweetening savory foods. And it also works in baked goods, so be sure to stock up on some here.

To make it a meal, serve this delicious orange chicken with some cauliflower fried rice and broccoli. Yum!

Use a food processor to make cauliflower rice. If you don’t own one yet, here is a low budget one that will do the job.

Also, if you’re generally a chicken fan, check these ketogenic chicken dinner ideas!

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 335
  • Fats: 22.4g
  • Net Carbs: 1g
  • Protein: 26.4g

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3. Keto Coconut Shrimp

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There’s something about adding breading to shrimp. It provides the perfect crunchy layer for that morsel of deliciousness.

Which is why I love breaded shrimp. And I’m sure many of you do too!

But your breaded shrimp at your local restaurant is loaded with carbs. And that’s no good for your waist line-or your diet.

This keto coconut shrimp is not only tasty but good for you too. Each breaded shrimp contains only 0.4 grams of net carbs.

They’re nice and crispy and just plain delicious. You’ll just want to keep popping them in your mouth, so make sure you make enough.

To add sweetness to the shrimp, you’ll be using shredded coconut. Make sure they’re unsweetened to keep it keto.

And to make the shrimp savory, you’ll be using ground up pork rinds. Grinding the pork rinds is a breeze with this well- priced food processor here.

This keto coconut shrimp is great by itself. Or, you can serve it with some nice Sriracha mayonnaise available here.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 75
  • Fats: 4g
  • Net Carbs: 0.4g
  • Protein: 3.2g

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4. Coconut Flour Flatbread

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Flatbread is so useful. You can use it to make sandwiches, wraps, or even pizzas.

And it’s super good for scooping up delicious sauces. I love using flatbread to scoop up yummy Indian curries.

But your typical flatbread is made with regular flour. And regular flour equals carbs.

This coconut flour flatbread contains only 2.6 grams of net carbs. It also contains only 66 calories, perfect if you’re looking for something light.

It’s also soft and airy, and yummy. You won’t believe you’re eating keto. 

Here are more keto bread recipes.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 66
  • Fats: 3.3g
  • Net Carbs: 2.6g
  • Protein: 2g

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5. Fathead Pizza Crust

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You had me at pizza. After all, who doesn’t love pizza?

But your regular pizza doesn’t love you back. That’s because the pizza crust is swimming in carbs.

In fact, your regular pizza crust can contain as much as 30 grams of net carbs! This pizza crust however, contains only 2 grams of net carbs.

It’s also chewy and crispy and cheesy. Perfect if you’re a cheese lover!

Plus, it’s easy to make and you only need 4 ingredients.  You’ll need mozzarella cheese, cream cheese, eggs, and some coconut flour.

Bagley Farm’s sells some good coconut flour at a good price here. I like that it’s non-GMO and organic, which is good for the environment.

Since this pizza crust takes only 20 minutes to make, it’s perfect for pizza night. Top with some of your favourite toppings and you’re good to go.

Overall, pizza is the ultimate comfort food, so it’s even better when it’s keto.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 117
  • Fats: 8g
  • Net Carbs: 2g
  • Protein: 7g

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6. Zucchini Tortillas

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Have you kissed tortillas goodbye now that you’re on a keto diet? Well, you can welcome them back!

That’s because these tortillas contain only 8.1 grams of net carbs. Way less than your regular tortillas.

These zucchini tortillas are soft, cheesy, yummy and so good for you. That’s because you’re using zucchini, which is a low carb vegetable, to make these tortillas.

Zucchinis are not only tasty, but good for you too. They’re excellent sources of vitamin C, great for keeping colds away.

These tortillas work beautifully with tomatoes, shredded chicken, and some avocado. So, be sure to try these on your next taco night.

Overall, it’s a fun keto snack recipe! Here are more keto snacks that require no cooking!

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 54
  • Fats: 1.1g
  • Net Carbs: 8.1g
  • Protein: 1.6g

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7. Bread Rolls

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Are you craving some fresh bread? These breads rolls are sure to satisfy your cravings.

They’re nice and crisp on the outside. And they’re light and fluffy on the inside.

They also contain no eggs, and are vegan. So, they’re perfect if you’re vegan or trying to include more vegan options in your diet.

To make these rolls low carb, you use coconut flour and almond flour.

Mixing the coconut flour with the almond flour also improves the texture of the bread. You can get good almond flour here.

These bread rolls are beautiful as they are. But if you like, feel free to top them with sesame seeds for extra texture.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 203
  • Fats: 15g
  • Net Carbs: 4.7g
  • Protein: 6.2g

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8. Coconut Flour Crepes

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If you’ve been missing crepes, you’ll love these coconut flour crepes. They’re sweet and light and taste just like the real thing.

Best of all they contain only 108 calories. So, you can indulge in one, or two, or three.

Since this is a sweet crepe, you use vanilla extract to sweeten it. But if you want a savory crepe, just skip the vanilla extract.

These crepes are great for a relaxing weekend breakfast. Just top them with some fresh berries, and nut butter, and you’re good to go.

If you’re looking for more ideas for a ketogenic breakfast, check out this article here.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 108
  • Fats: 8.9g
  • Net Carbs: 1.4g
  • Protein: 4.6g

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9. Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Hazelnut Frosting

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Do you love dessert? Well, I’ve got you covered as well.

These chocolate cupcakes are a chocolate lover’s delight. Moist chocolate cupcakes topped with a creamy, airy, chocolatey frosting … yum!

And the crunchy hazelnuts on top finish these cupcakes beautifully. They’re as beautiful to look at, as they are to eat.

So, serve these up at your next dinner party. No-one will believe they’re keto.

But they totally are! They’re packed with a whopping 27.9 grams of fat, making them the perfect fat bomb. You will need this granulated Lakanto Monkfruit Sweetener to make them taste just right though.

Check out more ketogenic cupcake recipes here!

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 301
  • Fats: 27.9g
  • Net Carbs: 3.3g
  • Protein: 4.8g

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10. Coconut Cake

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Sometimes, the winter season gets dreary. And you want something to remind you of summer.

What better way than coconut cake? This coconut cake is absolutely heavenly.

It’s nice and moist and packed with coconut flavor. Topped with creamy icing and some coconut on top, it’s a coconut lover’s delight.

And the best part is that it contains 30 grams of fat per serving. So, if you need some extra fat, pop some in your mouth!

Make sure you have some Lakanto Monkfruit powdered sweetener on hand. You’ll need it to make this tasty treat.

Also, here are more keto cake recipes in case you need more ideas!

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 322
  • Fats: 30g
  • Net Carbs: 3g
  • Protein: 5g

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11. Coconut Cheesecake Bars

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Do you love keto cheesecakes?  Then, you’ll love these coconut cheesecake bars.

They’re light and dainty. They’re topped with a nice creamy coconut cream cheese icing.

Now, these bars have a light coconut taste. So, if you’d like more coconut flavor, just sprinkle some unsweetened coconut flakes on top.

These bars go great as a keto dessert. But you can also serve them for breakfast.

Since they’re packed with fat, they’re sure to keep you satiated. And avoid those tempting donuts at work.

They’re also low in net carbs. That’s because you’re sweetening it with erythritol.

Erythritol is a natural sweetener that won’t cause sugar spikes. It works great in baking, so for your holiday baking needs be sure to stock up on some here.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 369
  • Fats: 34.6g
  • Net Carbs: 5g
  • Protein: 9g

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12. Coconut Flour Cookies

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Traditional holiday cookies are packed with sugar. And on a keto diet, you may be wondering what to bake instead.

These coconut flour cookies are the perfect option. They taste like sugar cookies, but without the sugar.

They also contain only 1.7 grams of net carbs. Much less than your traditional sugar cookies.

That’s because you use Truvia instead of sugar to add sweetness. You can also use Truvia in your morning coffee as well, and you can pick some up here.

These cookies are super easy to make and make 32 servings. So, you can easily whip up a couple of batches and have plenty of cookies for the holiday season.

Check out more of the ketogenic cookie recipes here.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 73
  • Fats: 6.1g
  • Net Carbs: 1.7g
  • Protein: 2.3g

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13. Carrot Cake Cupcakes

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Are you craving carrot cake? Then, you’ll love these carrot cake cupcakes.

They’re light and spicy and packed with carrots. Which I love because carrots are good for you.

Just 1 carrot provides 204% of your vitamin A needs. Now, that’s a superfood!

So, if you’re looking for a way to sneak some veggies in your kids, definitely give these a try.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 262
  • Fats: 23.2g
  • Net Carbs: 3.1g
  • Protein: 6.2g

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14. Keto Coconut Flour Pancakes

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Bacon and eggs make for a nice quick breakfast on weekdays. But, come the weekend, it’s nice to have a change.

Pancakes are the perfect option. However, regular pancakes can tank your diet quick.

Just one pancake can net you 36 grams of net carbs!

However, these keto pancakes contain only 3 grams of net carbs. Plus, they’re also loaded with fat, so they’re pretty filling.

They’re also fluffy and chocolatey so you won’t need any syrup. Just gobble them up like that.

Since you make these pancakes with liquid stevia, make sure you have some on hand.

I recommend this liquid Stevia by Now Foods. It’s non-GMO and organic, so it’s good for the environment as well.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 242
  • Fats: 19g
  • Net Carbs: 3g
  • Protein: 8g

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15. Brownies with Coconut Flour

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There’s nothing like freshly baked brownies. They can cheer up when you’re having a bad day.

However, one brownie alone can easily net you 20 grams of net carbs. And as delicious as they are, they’re not worth ruining your diet.

These brownies contain only 2 grams of net carbs. So, you can eat them to your heart’s content.

They’re decadent, fudgy, and chocolatey. And they are super easy to make.

You can also store them in the fridge for up to 7 days. So, they’re perfect for meal prep.

Just be sure to make a couple of pans, as your family will be sure to gobble them up.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 104
  • Fats: 9g
  • Net Carbs: 2g
  • Protein: 2g

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16. Vanilla Berry Mug Cake

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Sometimes you crave cake. But, you just don’t have the time or energy to make it.

That’s where having a nice mug cake recipe comes in handy. This cake is delicious and cakey.

Best of all, it is super easy to make. Just pop your ingredients in your mug, and 1 minute later, you have a delicious, healthy cake!

You use raspberries to make this cake. But feel free to change it up with other berries.

So, if you’re craving for sweets from time to time, this is exactly the keto hack you want to use. Just make a ketogenic dessert!

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 342
  • Fats: 27g
  • Net Carbs: 4.5g
  • Protein: 9g

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17. Fudgy Paleo Vegan Pumpkin Brownies

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With the fall season comes Halloween. And with Halloween comes pumpkin … tons of it.

So, if you’re looking for ways to use your leftover pumpkin, this recipe is for you.

These pumpkin brownies are gooey and chocolatey with a slight crust on top.

Plus, they’re good for you. They contain only 7 grams of net carbs and 99 calories, making them the perfect treat if you’re watching your calories.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 99
  • Fats: 5g
  • Net Carbs: 7g
  • Protein: 4g

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18. Coffee Doughnuts

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Nothing beats coffee when you’ve not had enough sleep. It helps you power through the day.

And when you have coffee, you need to have a donut, right?

These coffee doughnuts provide the best of both worlds. Yes, a coffee-flavored donut!

Now, your regular donut is packed with carbs. Just one medium donut can contain more than 20 grams of net carbs.

However, these coffee donuts contain only 3 grams of net carbs. They also contain a whopping 24 grams of fat.

So, they’re sure to keep you satiated.  And your hands away from the regular donuts at work.

They’re also super tasty, so be sure to take a couple to work. Your co-workers will be sure to thank you!

Make sure you have a donut tin for this one. Otherwise, you won’t be able to get the actual donuts!

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 265
  • Fats: 24g
  • Net Carbs: 3g
  • Protein: 8g

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19. Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins

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Are you looking for a healthy treat to take to work? Then, be sure to make these muffins.

These muffins are yummy and lemony and contain poppy seeds. And poppy seeds are packed with nutrition.

They’re full of heart-healthy fats as well as manganese, which is good for your bones. So, these muffins are not only tasty but good for you as well.

They also make for a quick, satiating breakfast since they contain a lot of fat. Serve with some coffee or tea, and you’re ready to start the day! You could also just eat one or two a day as a ketogenic snack.

To sweeten the muffins, you’ll be using stevia glycerite. It’s a natural plant-based sweetener that won’t spike your blood sugars, and you can get it here.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 162
  • Fats: 14g
  • Net Carbs: 2g
  • Protein: 5g

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20. Nut-Free Keto Gingerbread Cookies

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Have you started your holiday baking? Nothing says the holidays more than gingerbread cookies.

Now your regular gingerbread cookies are filled with ginger and spice and everything nice… That is, except the sugar and the flour!

Because of this, one cookie can contain as much as 7 grams of net carbs. And let’s be real; you’re going to eat more than one cookie, right?

These gingerbread cookies contain only 0.6 grams of net carbs. So, you can eat them without feeling guilty.

They’re also delicate and spicy. So, they’re sure to put you in the holiday spirit!

Check out more of Christmas keto cookie recipes here.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 28
  • Fats: 2g
  • Net Carbs: 0.6g
  • Protein: 1.1g

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Conclusion

Are you going to try any of these ketogenic coconut flour recipes? Let me know in the comment section. Which one is your favorite?

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