These paleo and gluten free of charge coconut flour bars with layers of chocolates and coconut flakes are absolutely incredible! You will be astonished by how easy they’re to make, too!
So here’s the thing. I finally found out how to bake with coconut flour. I attempted it once before but from then on I type of quit because I held having recipe testing failures. Whomp, whomp.
Then the few weeks ago I spotted coconut flour about the shelves at Trader Joe’s and made a decision to pick it up and do some experimenting. And do you know what? I’m totally head over heels obsessed! I’ve make pancakes, waffles, cookies, and Pubs. Last week I bought four bags. GET AT ME TJ’S.
Obviously with any formula I make, I had a need to test out a few different versions.
Typically with coconut flour you need to use several eggs as the coconut flour holds an insane quantity of moisture. When I say several, it means 4-6 per formula; that’s a large amount of eggs and I didn’t wish these bars tasting as an omelette. Instead I opted to only use two eggs plus a little coconut oil and honey (or maple syrup) to help bind the bars and maintain them super damp.
And after the third circular of tests, they arrived just perfect!
No seriously, these pubs are simply…
If looking at your display screen wondering why you’ll ever bake with coconut flour:
Lower in carbs: Coconut flour is leaner in carbs then regular flour and it packages some serious dietary fiber.
You don’t need to use as much: Since coconut flour is super absorbent, you won’t have to use as much. This formula only calls for 1/2 cup.
Great for the paleo diet plan and it’s gluten free.
The very best part is the fact that you now totally have a reason to go out and buy coconut flour. This recipe is completely easy to make. The pubs tend to be more cake-like, pretty soft, but the ideal indulgence without guilt.
QUESTION FOR YOU: Do you want to see more coconut flour formulas on AK?
1/3 glass honey, agave nectar or maple syrup
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
2 eggs, slightly beaten
1/2 cup coconut flour
½ teaspoon baking soda
¼ teaspoon salt
3 oz your favorite dairy free chocolates bar, coarsely chopped
1/2 cup coconut flakes, optional
Preheat oven to 350 levels F. Apply 8×8 inch cooking pan with nonstick cooking spray.
In a large bowl, whisk together coconut oil, honey, vanilla, eggs, and almond milk. In another medium bowl whisk together coconut flour, baking soda, and sodium. Add dry substances to wet ingredients and mix until just mixed and batter is smooth. Fold in chopped delicious chocolate, reserved a few tablespoons for sprinkling on top if desired.
Bake for 20-22 minutes or until edges are golden brown and knife arrives with several crumbs attached. The batter may look like it’s not all the way cooked but it will be. DO NOT OVERBAKE or it’ll lead to dried out bars and no one loves that! I usually bake mine for 20 mins and don’t have any problems. Awesome bars on the cable rack for at least 10 minutes so that they settle a bit, after that cut into 16 squares. Enjoy!
I used Trader Joe’s Coconut Flour.
I like to sprinkle extra chocolates chunks on top or melt just a little extra chocolates and glaze it over the top from the bars. They are also specifically delicious with a sprinkle of ocean salt at the top.
Coconut flakes are not contained in nutritional info, but the chocolate is.
I have tried several coconut flour quality recipes that failed in taste and texture. THAT IS A TOTAL HIT!!!!
What texture if the batter mix be?
Like a normal cake mixture or thinner? Mine was v watery.
Where are the optional coconut flakes likely to go? In the dough or sprinkled at the top? They are not really mentioned again in the recipe.
Just made these after seeing more and more people make them in Instagram! I love them! I was choosing between these as well as the chickpea blondies, so I definitely see the blondies happening sometime in my own future!
Simply made these and they’re AMAzing!!!
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