You can make your own coconut flour at home from whole coconuts. I tie my coconuts into a grocery bag and give them a good swing against some concrete to bust them open. My husband prefers to get out the power tools. A recovered vegetarian, he has a lot of practice making coconut milk, so I let him handle the extraction on these two coconuts. He used his power drill to get the coconut water out of them, and then a sledgehammer to break them open.
After making coconut milk, you’ll have the pulped meat of the coconuts left over. By drying it slowly under low heat, you’ll have coconut flour that you can use for baking. We got 4 cups of milk from these two coconuts, and about 3-4 cups of flour.
The recipe below is for coconut flour. Click here to see the recipe for coconut milk.