Coconut Flour Flat Bread - Divalicious Recipes (2024)

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A low carb coconut flour flat bread that works with either a sweet or savoury filling. It is very flexible so can be rolled up and used in recipes such as enchiladas. Or a quick low carb pizza base too. I enjoy it as a bread with dips or filled with cheese and coleslaw.

This is an old recipe of my mine that I thought that I would revisit and update. It's rather scary how old it is and how long I have overlooked it too. So many recipes, not enough time!

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It is difficult for me to put this coconut flour flatbread into a category as they can be slightly sweet due to the coconut flour, but are versatile enough to be used as a savory flat bread.

They do have a delicate coconut taste, so if you want to use them as a sandwich wrap use a filling that would compliment the coconut flavour, perhaps some shredded chicken, lemon mayonnaise and lettuce? You decide, you're the one eating it, not me. I recently had mine with some Roasted Red Pepper dip - very tasty!

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Recipe Tips

The mixture of this coconut flour flatbread is fairly thick so you will need to spread it over the frying pan with a spatula as you pour it in. Be quick, be nimble and try your best to get a circle! Or be creative and quickly make a shape. If it ends up a strange shape, just confidently snap "that's what I was planning to do". I do it all the time in an assertive manner and am never questioned! Smother it with melted cheese and no-one will question you...

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If you are making mayonnaise or ice cream and wondering what to do with the remaining egg whites rather than a boring egg white omelette, then whip a batch of these coconut flour flatbreads. Alternatively, if you are wondering what to do with the left over egg yolks after making this recipe you have a few options. Lemon curd is always a delicious option. Or a coconut dessert!

More low carb bread recipes

Almond Flour Tortillas

Walnut Bread

Keto Tortillas

Nut & Seed Bread

Rosemary Olive Bread

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Coconut Flour Flatbread

Angela Coleby

An easy low carb coconut flour flatbread to that can be used as a wrap or serve with a dip.

3.80 from 5 votes

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Prep Time 5 minutes mins

Cook Time 10 minutes mins

Total Time 15 minutes mins

Course Bread

Cuisine gluten free, Low Carb

Servings 3 Flatbreads

Calories 60 kcal


  • 2 Tablespoons coconut flour
  • ¼ teaspoon baking powder
  • 3 large egg whites
  • 2 tablespoons coconut milk
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • ½ teaspoon onion powder optional
  • ½ teaspoon garlic powder optional


  • Whisk all ingredients until you have a smooth batter with no lumps.

  • Heat a frying pan on a medium heat. Add about one tablespoon of butter and melt.

  • Pour a third of the mixture into the pan and smooth out quickly with a spatula.

  • Cook until the edges are brown, then flip over and cook the other side.

  • Repeat for the rest of the batter.

  • Fill with your filling of choice..sweet or savoury.

  • Eat and enjoy!


Makes 3 flatbreads


Serving: 1flatbreadCalories: 60kcalCarbohydrates: 4gProtein: 5gFat: 3gFiber: 2gNet Carbohydrates: 2g

The information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator.

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  1. Linda

    Should I ground my psyllium husk into a fine powder or can I use it as is?


    • Angela Coleby

      I would grind it into a fine powder.


  2. Anu

    This is great! I used double cream instead of coconut milk as I didn't have any and skipped the optional seasonings as I wanted a neutral flavour, and it was just right. I must admit I do find egg whites more eggy than whole eggs, so next time I'll make this with 2 whole eggs instead of 3 egg whites. Thank you so much for this recipe, it's easy and convenient and very tasty.


    • Angela Coleby

      Glad you enjoyed it and I like the use of double cream


  3. Martha

    Found the batter super thin?


    • Angela Coleby

      You might have added too much water as the absorbency between brands of coconut flour can vary. Next time, add the water a quarter cup at a time.


      • Cath

        You say try a quarter
        cup at a time,but it only asks for 1 tablespoon?


        • Angela Coleby

          I think you might be mixing up my other coconut flour flatbread with psyllium husk powder which uses a cup of water.


  4. Susan

    Perfect from the first time. My go to recipe for coconut naan, pancakes, tortilla, crepes. Thank you! Yummy!! ?


  5. Angela

    Can I substitute the coconut flour with almond flour ?


    • Angela Coleby

      I've not yet tried that. The quantity would have to increase though.


    • Angela Coleby

      Yes I did.


  6. Brooke Bailey

    Don you use lite coconut milk or the whole fat kind?


    • Angela Coleby

      The whole fat type.


  7. sally

    I am looking forward to trying this recipe but if I am using egg whites from a container how much would I use in place of using the egg whites of 3 eggs?


    • Angela Coleby

      I'm not too sure, I would guess about 3 to 4 tablespoons.


  8. Nancy

    Do these freeze well?


    • Angela Coleby

      I haven't tried but can't see why not.


  9. Jaslyn

    Can you just use 1 whole egg instead of the white?


    • Divalicious

      You could, but it might be a bit more "eggy" in taste. Enjoy it!


  10. Linda

    looks good. i want to make it but why just egg whites? can we add the whole egg?


    • Divalicious

      I find that the egg white keeps it light and not too "eggy" but feel free to add the whole egg. Hope you enjoy it and thanks for popping by!


  11. Dawn

    What in the world is 1/16th of a teaspoon???? How does one measure that, exactly?


    • Divalicious

      Hi Dawn, it's a quarter of a quarter teaspoon...or just a "dash" in other words!


      • Dawn Y

        Oh, yes...duh! Now that I read your comment, I realize I knew that...thank you! I should do the math lol


    • Monica

      They actually make measuring sizes of this now.. I never saw it until a few months ago


  12. Linda

    I can't eat eggs....anyone try flax eggs or something else?


    • Divalicious

      I haven't...flax eggs might work..let me know how it goes!


  13. img

    Can this be made in a microwave?


    • Divalicious

      Hi, I'm not too sure to be honest. Give it a try and let me know how it works out!


  14. Elle (@thewaybyelle)

    I made this tonight on my griddle and then used it as a pizza crust. VERY GOOD! THANK YOU!


    • Divalicious

      Thanks Elle! Glad you enjoyed it!


  15. Kelly

    This is so good! and it will save me money.


    • Divalicious

      Hope you enjoy it Kelly!


  16. Catherine B

    I made these the other day, almost exact recipe, but there wasn't any liquid in it and they don't fold at ALL. I did add a couiple tablesp. of water to it, but no go. Maybe milk would help.. I'll try again. I also found that the flavor is a little odd, so I shouldve added spices..


    • Divalicious

      I would add more coconut milk perhaps..spice it up with some herbs? Hope the next one works out okay for you.


      • Harry

        Same thing happened to my first attempt, didn't run like batter, was more like a wet dough. Added more water but by then was too late. I always find that coconut flour absorbs a lot of moisture, perhaps that was the reason?


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