Best Wishes to All !!! I used actual eggs, and added an extra T. of flour, because it seemed a little runny. I finally got coconut flour! Non-coconutty is my spirit animal. Thanks! Almond, dairy, etc. I ended up using the exact dry ingredients, but needed to double the coconut milk to get the pancake batter consistency. Thank you so much for your kindness Narelle! Hey! But any tips would be appreciated before I dive back in. Just a word of warning, do not double the recipe. Hi Rachel, thanks! Mine turned out like pancakes! Tapioca flour is Casava flour its the same thing! Would not feed it to my dog. Well, I have news for you – there are some savoury recipes too, such as coconut flour flatbread (perfect to use for grilled sandwiches or just to load healthy toppings onto). Thanks! Thank you! I’ll try to update the post with this info when I can get around to it but with a new baby in tow it may take me a little while. too delicate for a sandwich and can barely pick them up. I did bake it in the oven for 15 minutes after a generous time in the pan, but that just made the inside more rubbery. If the middle still seems slightly undercooked, place the flatbread on a baking sheet and bake at 350°F for 10-15 minutes, or until done. I have recently discovered that I have a moderate allergy to wheat and browsed the supermarket for substitutes. Love the taco idea! Is there anything I could substitute for baking powder? Sadly, no, I don't think almond flour will work. Mine came out more like a crepe then a bread. There are about 3 grams of net carbs in this entire recipe, which results in one serving all for your wonderful self:-). Hi, i saw this recipe and was so excited to try it, i multiplied it by 3, so i used 6 eggs....if was a fail, it was so runny, it did not thicken up at all, it was as if the coconut flour was drowning in the eggs, is it definitely 2 teaspoons of coconut flour, per 2 eggs? Thanks. Thanks JJ! I sincerely wish there could be more useful recipes for this base ingredient. I’m bringing food for us to chow down on. Thanks for the awesome recipe! Try using the dip and scoop method – that’ll give you the right amount and it should turn out lighter. HI Vicki! the ener-g egg replacer made my batter turn out nice and thick like pictured in the recipe above. ;). Those of you with my paleo Indian ebook are likely already familiar with this recipe. So yeah, just wondering whether you've got any advice on how to reach that consistency, I really fancy some flatbread! Anyway that's my 2 cents - but thanks for trying anyway!! I leave a note in the recipe saying that I calculated the nutrition with egg replacer. Spread 1/2 the batter into a greased small skillet and smooth with a spoon. It was so quick and delicious without even putting anything on it. Thanks for letting me know how the coconut flour wrap turned out for you . Thank you! regards Trust me, this info is something that you will want to love and cherish, not letting the indecisive FDA do you part! Suggestions? I have developed a larger version of this recipe and should be posting it soon, but in the meantime, I would make this in the original quantity. Can you tell me if the naan bread can be frozen or, if it can be refrigerated only, how long can it remain in the refrigerator? And do you think flax could be subbed for the egg replacer? you can try my paleo naan recipe which calls for almond flour: https://myheartbeets.com/paleo-naan-indian-bread/. It might be helpful if you included the measurements by weight (in parenthesis) so that that the final result is right on point every time. But I love Ener-g! I am trying to make it as carb free as possible. I'm sure powdered egg whites would work nicely, as long as the amount you use equals two regular eggs. 1/4 cup unsweetened almond milk LOVE IT and thanks for sharing! Hi Juliet! Coconut Flour Flatbread Thanks! Can you tell that I was hungry […], […] I did manage to turn out a pretty good low carb vegan flatbread using this awesome recipe. They are just as good as takeout if not better. I tweeked it a little to have less fat from the egg, but ended up having to use an addition […], […] Coconut Flour Flatbread| 2 Cauliflower Risotto with Roasted Mushrooms| 3 Easy Healthy Yeast Bread| 4 Homemade Healthy […], […] Think that all recipes with coconut flour have to be sweet?