Trader Joe’s Almond flour is a great low carb and gluten free substitute for regular flour, and makes really good cookies or breading for fried fish or chicken. This blanched almond flour is super high in fiber and has a tad more calories than normal flour but is a reliable substitute and is priced really well at under $8. If you buy similar almond flour at places like Whole Foods you’ll end up playing a lot more per ounce. Just keep in mind sometimes baking with almond flour makes baked good come out more dense and not as risen as regular four. This imparts a good flavor in any recipe that you would use flour in, and since TJ’s almond flour is so low carb, you can have multiple cookies and not feel guilty!………….
- 170 calories per serving and gluten free
- Net Weight: 16 oz
- Only ingredient is blanched almonds
Almond Flour at Trader Joe’s
TJs almond flour is now one of a few different almond flour products on the shelves at Trader Joe’s. Trader Joe’s Almond Flour Cookies now come in a a almond flour chocolate chip cookies box. They actually taste really good and are of course vegan, gluten free and low in carbs. What is everyone’s favorite recipe to use almond flour in? If anyone has tried different almond flour I’d be curious to know how cookies come out compared to ones made with this TJs version. I have tried to make breaded chicken using almond flour in the skillet, and it seemed to come out pretty well, but I’d imagine some of you paleo, low carb vegans have even better and more creative recipes you use this almond flour in! Now off to bake some cookies…
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