2. Try Coconut Flour
You can buy ‘gluten-free flour’ which is labeled as such. That’s not terribly exciting or inventive though, so if you want to become one of those incredible cooks like so many others that eat ‘free-from’ diets, then why not try coconut flour?
As you have probably guessed, this flour is made from coconut, which is incredibly healthy and which is currently very ‘in vogue’ too, meaning that it’s easy to find.
The great thing about coconut flour is that it is highly absorbent and excellent at soaking up moisture. This is good news for anyone who is familiar with gluten-free baking, seeing as these recipes have the unfortunate tendency to come out a little dry – and often to crumble to pieces too!
With coconut flour, you get something that is a lot more gooey and delicious. Just try to remember that it will expand in size significantly, meaning you will use a lot less and meaning that you are going to need to allow it to stand a little longer.