iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $1.96 (15% off)
Good flour for cupcakes and pancakes
Posted by reviews-mary on Apr 15, 2012
I find this gluten-free flour excellent for baking cupcakes and making pancakes. Recently I added some green pea flour and quinoa flakes to the recipe and they taste great. In addition. I added some orange essential oil and that made my cupcakes and pancakes more fluffy than usual.
New pantry staple.
Posted by Reviewer2853471 on Jan 20, 2012
I'm looking for ways to avoid wheat flour and this is IT! I a make vegan burgers with quinoa, lentils, mixed veges and chia seed (as egg replacer) and the quinoa flour helps it all bind together. I am having fun in the kitchen again!
tastes good I reckon
Posted by Reviewer1246815 on Apr 20, 2011
It is best to soak for a few hours in water with a splash of vinegar, then drain off the water. Makes a good pancake with 1/2 potato flour
Posted by carrie on May 07, 2012
Wonderful addition to any pantry...especially gluten free baking. I occassionally use whole grain quinoa in baking and find that the flour has a stronger flavor. For me it works great with chocolate or in combination with amaranth flour for an extra flavorful treat. Great price too!
Posted by 4926912530760183210 on Jun 16, 2014
I thoroughly enjoyed baking with this flour. Will definitely buy again.
first time buying
Posted by serenesayyian on Jun 01, 2013
first time trying coconut flour and this was great! very fragrant, great in baking!
Posted by Reviewer1640578 on Jan 10, 2012
good, but I kind of got bored of quinoa taste in the bread. Earlier, I got bored of buckweet. I currently seek flour with more neutral taste.
Posted by Reviewer3192165 on Jun 16, 2013
I use this mixed with herbs to batter fish / chicken escalopes before frying - adds a great nutty flavour and is a good alternative to wheat flour
Posted by Reviewer2220966 on Sep 08, 2013
This is a great healthy food source. It works great when mixed with other gluten-free flour.
Posted by 5530102213998206468 on Sep 23, 2013
I use this in bread, or eat porrige