15 Almond Flour Recipe Easy To Cook At Your Home

Just because you’re on a low-carb diet, doesn’t mean that you always have to pass on dessert. Using almond flour is a great way to makeover many different kinds of delicious baked goods to make them low-carb. Instead of making them with wheat flour and sugar, just turn them into low carb almond flour desserts!

Almond flour is made of almonds that have been blanched to remove their skins and then ground up to a very fine consistency, similar to the texture of regular flour. The finer the grind, the better results you’ll get when baking with it. It’s also a great source of vitamin E, riboflavin, manganease, copper, and good fat.

1.Gluten Free Perpect Brownies

Sweet, decadent and ultra-fudgy, these almond flour brownies are sinfully delicious. Made with only a few simple ingredients, you'll never believe these brownies are free of both gluten and grains!

Recipe >>  Gluten Free Perpect Brownies @onelovelylife.com  

2. Lemon Almond Cake

A gluten-free, light and airy lemon cake make with almond flour, eggs, and sugar. Perfect for a holiday dessert!
Holiday meals can be so heavy, it’s refreshing to have a dessert that is relatively light, like this flourless lemon almond cake. This is a classic cake recipe, if I’m not mistaken, from southern Spain

Recipe >> Lemon Almond Cake @ onelovelylife.com 

3. Lemon Crinkle Cookies Made with Almond Flour

Gluten Free Lemon Crinkle Cookies are a perfect lemon treat. Totally fantastic!
Ones without excessively long ingredient lists. I made one recipe recently that had about 30 ingredients and was made over the course of two days.It was totally worth all the trouble, but now I'm in the mood for something ridiculously simple. These gluten free lemon crinkle cookies are just that!

Recipe >>  Lemon Crinkle Cookies Made with Almond Flour @goodforyouglutenfree

4. Almond Flour Carrot Cake Scones

Almond Flour Carrot Cake! This carrot cake recipe is healthy super simple & quick to make. Topped with a cashew maple frosting that’s irresistible. Soft, moist & almost dairy-free. Vegan option included!

Recipe >> Almond Flour Carrot Cake Scones @ dishingouthealth.com

5. Low Carb Butter Cookies With Almond Flour 

Not only are these low carb vanilla Keto butter Cookies delicious! They make the best crumbly base for Low-Carb, no-bake pie Recipes.

6. Chocolate Almond Flour Fudge Cake 

This super easy, moist, airy, and ridiculously delicious Chocolate Fudge Cake is going to satisfy all your chocolate cravings!

Recipe >> Chocolate Almond Flour Fudge Cake @ skinnyfitalicious.com

7. Almond Flour Banana Muffins 

Simple Paleo Banana Muffins using almond flour, nut butter, bananas and an egg. Easy, one bowl with no oil and no added sugars!This recipe is so simple and everything can be mixed in one bowl.

Recipe >> Almond Flour Banana Muffins @ ifoodreal.com

8. Almond Flour Biscuits And Gravy 

Get ready to experience ketogenic breakfast bliss. This Easy Keto Biscuits and Gravy recipe is an amazing way to start your day with a southern feel!Best served piping hot, this recipe is AMAZING, y’all. It’s something that I’ve been wanting to include on the blog for a long time, but didn’t want to bring to you until it was perfect.

Recipe >> Almond Flour Biscuits And Gravy @ joyfilledeats.com

9. Keto Cornbread 

This recipe is for cornbread, but there’s no hint of corn anywhere in it. I think that’s part of the irony of how we eat, that is based on memories of foods we expect to have or have had in the past. Or foods we want to have but avoid for health reasons, or because we’re selective in what we eat. I’d like to change that a bit, at least in my mind. It’s much easier to appreciate what a food offers rather than what it tastes like, or imitates.

10. Low Carb Lemon Muffins 

Spring has sprung and these scrummy keto lemon sour cream muffins (cake tho, right?) are the perfect way to celebrate!  Tender lemon muffin base (seriously, it’s tiny cake people – just keeping it real) 

Recipe >> Low Carb Lemon Muffins @ stepawayfromthecarbs.com

11. Almond Flour Chocolate Chips Cookies 

Almond flour is the secret ingredient in these crisp and tender chocolate chip cookies. For chewiest cookies, enjoy these warm from the oven. If you prefer them a bit crisp, wait until they've cooled before biting into one (or several). Store any remaining cookies at room temperature - a cookie jar keeps them handy!

Recipe >> Almond Flour Chocolate Chips Cookies  @ meaningfuleats.com

12. Keto Mozarella Sticks 

Want a convenient snack or appetizer? Keep some of these easy to make low carb gluten free mozzarella sticks in your freezer for a quick bite any time..This mozarella sticks are made with string cheese coated in a crispy,flavorful coating of pamersan and almond flour.

Recipe >> Keto Mozarella Sticks  @ goodrecipes.co

13. Keto Fried Chicken 

Can you have fried chicken if you are eating gluten free or paleo?  Some will say you can’t, but you can!  You can do this with almond flour or almond meal!  This Paleo Fried Chicken recipe is delicious and actually quite easy to make.

Recipe >> Keto Fried Chicken @ Savorytooth.com 

14. Avocado Chocolate Paleo Muffins 

These Triple Chocolate Avocado Muffins are going to be your new healthy favorite! Made with Almond flour, avocado, and dairy-free chocolate chips, these muffins are gluten-free and paleo-friendly. With only 6 grams of fat, plus 4 grams of protein and 5 grams of fiber to help keep you satisfied. Perfect for any time of day!\

Recipe >> Avocado Chocolate Paleo Muffins  @ paleoglutenfree.com

15. Keto Fried Shrimp 

If you are looking for a Keto Fried Shrimp recipe you are in luck! This low carb fried shrimp recipe has just 3 net carbs per serving, but all the crispy that is loved of fried shrimp! No one will even realize they are eating a Keto fried shrimp recipe when they take a bite!

Recipe >> Keto Fried Shrimp @ meganseelinger.com

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