Grain Free Gluten Free Coconut Flour Biscuits

I’m intrigued by Paleo baking. For those who don’t know…that is baking without any grains…even gluten free ones.

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A lot of Paleo recipes I see call for the use of eggs. Especially if one is using coconut flour. That usually requires the use of a lot of eggs.

While I normally avoid eggs, I am at a point where I can eat them in a baked good on occasion.

One thing I’ve been making with coconut flour is biscuits to go with dinner. These are easy to put together, taste great and guilt free….no gluten, no grain.

Grain Free Biscuits

I blog with integrity…so I don’t copy other people’s recipes here. If you want to find the recipe for these delicious dinner biscuits, click here. The only thing I do differently is use 1 tsp. baking powder instead of the ½ tsp. baking soda. I feel that makes them rise better.  And I used Earth Balance margarine for the butter.

Enjoy these biscuits any time of day!

Also shared at Allergy Free Wednesday.

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6 Responses to Grain Free Gluten Free Coconut Flour Biscuits

  1. Lauren says:

    These look delicious Peggy! I bet my oldest daughter would love these, she has so many allergies, so I’m always trying to find new recipes for her, and coconut flour is pretty agreeable. Thanks for the recipe/your substitutions. 🙂

  2. I am loving this simple and healthy recipe! Thanks for sharing it 🙂 Pinned- so I can try ASAP! 😉

  3. Shreyashi says:

    Just a question,
    why are you using margarine instead of butter? Why not use coconut oil instead? I ask because, margarine is loaded with trans-fats by it’s very chemical nature. So it is probably the un-healthiest fat source available to us.
    The biscuits look divine though and I would love to make them 🙂

    • admin says:

      I don’t use butter because we are dairy free. The Earth Balance margarine I use does not have trans fats, or soy or dairy, and really doesn’t have that long of ingredient list. I do use coconut oil frequently, I just don’t on this one.

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