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May 31, 2021Reviewer: michelle in South Dakota* I am on a very low-carb diet and used the flour to make banana nut muffins. I followed my grandmother's recipe that uses regular all-purpose flour and substituted the King Arthur Keto flour 1 to 1 (as the package says you can). I also used Splenda instead of sugar and the muffins came out exactly like "normal" muffins. I definitely recommend this product.
February 08, 2021Reviewer: A guest* I absolutely love this flour. The taste is wonderful and it tastes even better than my regular store bought flour. I am on a weight loss maintenance plan and with this flour I can have really good sized portions instead of teeny weeny ones and still stay on the plan and maintain my weight.
January 18, 2021Reviewer: Dannell in West Virginia* I use this in my wonder chaffle recipe in place of almond flour. The chaffles are fluffy and have a great taste. You donâ€™t get a lot of flour but it works for me because I only use a few tablespoons at a time.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulJanuary 09, 2021Reviewer: Barbara in Idaho* I am trying to eat KETO style and this looked like a good product. First, you must use quick rise yeast and white vinegar. King Arthur has a phone number to call for information and their representative was very helpful. She advised not to use the Zoshirushi as the heat cycle would destroy the yeast. Dang! I decided to knead it in my Zoshirushi bread maker as I have arthritic hands. Then I baked in oven after proofing it. The bread overproofed & I ended up with a very large loaf. Nice consistency and looked good. But the taste was rather odd. For the price, not a good buy. $12.00 for a loaf of bread? Also the recipe on the package uses all but 3/4 cup of the mix. So now there is waste.