11 Tasty Recipes Made With Cassava Flour
Posted by Lisa on March 3, 2016 / 4 Comments
These are some of my favorite, tastiest, most frequently made cassava flour recipes.
I think I may be getting a bit of a reputation as the cassava flour girl! After returning from Bali last year (where cassava flour is used heavily), I realized just how awesome this gluten-free, grain-free flour was. So I wrote this post on what you need to know about cassava flour. And started whipping up recipe after recipe after recipe. Now, many of you have found me and Downshiftology through a Google search on cassava flour (hello, you!).
Do I love cassava flour? Yes. But I also want to be clear that as much as I love it’s utility in the kitchen, I still keep it to a minimum in my daily life. Meaning, I probably only whip up a cassava flour recipe every couple of weeks…and typically favor more nutrient-dense recipe options. Then again, I usually keep all grain-free flours to a minimum in my life, including almond flour and coconut flour. Welcome to my world of sensitive digestion!
BUT, when I do get a craving for something special, like what you see below, it’s wonderful to know that cassava flour can come to the rescue!
So without further ado, here are 11 tasty cassava flour recipes. I hope they inspire you in the kitchen!
The recipe that started it all – and which can be modified in so many ways!
A golden, flakey crust tops these individual servings of chicken pot pie.
Sweet crepes with jam and coconut cream are a perfect weekend breakfast.
A fan-favorite appetizer that’s creative, adaptable and delicious.
Grilled white fish pairs beautifully with a tangy and sweet citrus carrot slaw.
Just a smidge of cassava flour makes these cakes fluffy on the outside and gooey on the inside.
So many taco options with the basic recipe for cassava flour tortillas!
A showstopper of a dessert for that special occasion.
While pumpkin pie may be seasonal, the crust can be used for any pie you’re craving!
Want a change from tacos? Whip up a batch of fajitas instead. They’re perfect for a crowd.
Have you tried cassava flour? This is the brand that I always use and recommend.