iHerb Customer Reviews
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Posted by Reviewer1143108 on Apr 15, 2009
I used this product in muffins and cookies - replacing small portions of the regular flour called for in the recipe with the almond flour. The result was a very subtle flavor difference that most people probably wouldn't even notice...but I thought was pleasant.
It's great, but..
Posted by Reviewer2051299 on Oct 13, 2010
..I wish it tasted more!
Posted by 5541963313422585309 on Nov 20, 2014
I normally use crispy almonds (soaked in water+salt, and dried in the oven - to get rid of phytic acid), but it's soo easy to use this ready made almond flour, so I use it quite a bit and saves me a bit of work. Always happy with Now Foods products!
Posted by 5074962967733930189 on Nov 23, 2014
This stuff is expensive in Finland. I will order more as soon as I'm finished. Great flour subtitute and the taste is subtle.
Good for low carb baking
Posted by Reviewer2664715 on Jun 13, 2014
I made a crust with this flour. Easy to mix.
Now Foods Almond Flour
Posted by 4845023974591100048 on Aug 27, 2014
A little courser than "normal" flour, however has been a great substitute on most occasions. I would buy again.
Posted by Reviewer1946947 on Apr 27, 2011
Use it for baking, in smoothies etc.
Posted by Reviewer1921132 on Dec 09, 2009
I use more coconut flour so I don't have a lot to say about this stuff. I used it for a pie crust and it worked well.
Posted by Reviewer3310888 on Feb 16, 2010
Worked in recipe, but is unblanched almonds, so the skins are in the meal giving a browner color and texture slightly different (courser)to blanched almond flour.
Posted by Reviewer2849688 on Feb 22, 2010
Just fine almond flour, no complaints here. But be aware that it is not blanched.