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30 Best Almond Flour Recipes

30 Best Almond Flour Recipes

Check out our collection of 30 best almond flour recipes if you’re looking for a particular recipe that uses this flour substitute. 

You don’t have to be on keto, paleo, or have any dietary restrictions to appreciate the beauty of a good almond flour recipe.

This finely grained, nutrition-dense flour substitute is versatile, gluten-free, and—most importantly—just so good!

Of course, if you’re somewhat new to the almond flour game, you might not know where to start.

Lucky for you, I have some of the best almond flour recipes here, all in one place.

So whether you’re looking for a low-carb pizza crust or some grain-free pancakes or cookies (or both), I’ve got 30 recipes that will make your mouth water.

Bring out your apron, get ready to get your hands dirty in some flour, and let’s get cooking.

#26 is a real showstopper, so be sure to give it a try. 

These moist and delectable Banana Muffins are made with almond flour and are just as good as their wheat flour counterparts. 

They’re perfect for a snack or on-the-go breakfast and freeze well.

So if you find yourself with some overripe bananas, don’t throw them out. 

Put them to good use through a batch of these muffins.

Both kids and adults will love them.

Speaking of overripe bananas, here’s another scrumptious recipe to use them up.

This Banana Bread uses almond flour and is just as flavorful as the standard version.

It’s perfect for breakfast, a quick snack, or even dessert.

And like the muffins, it freezes well too.

If you have ripe bananas on hand, don’t hesitate to try this recipe.

These cookies are chewy, gooey, and full of chocolatey goodness.

Because almond flour tends to fall apart more easily than wheat flour, this calls for eggs and cornstarch to help bind the dough together.

The result is a cookie that’s soft on the inside and slightly crisp on the outside—exactly what a good cookie should be.

They come together quickly and easily, too, so you’ll have a delicious dessert in no time.

Biscotti are a classic Italian cookie that is twice-baked and usually eaten with coffee.

They’re crisp, nutty, and oh so addicting.

And this almond flour version is just as good as the original.

It’s perfect for dipping in your morning cup of joe or an after-dinner espresso.

So if you’re in the mood for a little coffee and biscotti break, give this recipe a try.

If you only have 20 minutes but need something to wow your guests, then these Thumbprint Cookies are the way to go.

They have a delectable shortbread base with a sweet jam filling.

And they come together so quickly and easily, and you’ll be surprised at how fast they disappear.

These scones burst with fresh blueberries and drizzled with lemon glaze.

They’re fluffy inside with a crisp sugar crust on the outside.

And they’re so easy to make that you’ll be whipping up batch after batch in no time.

If you’re looking for a hearty cookie packed with flavor, then these Snickerdoodles are for you.

Like the classic snickerdoodles, they’re rolled in cinnamon sugar before baking, so they have a lovely crackled top that’s simply irresistible.

These brownies are fudgy, dense, and loaded with chocolate flavor.

And this recipe just yields eight small brownies. 

They’re perfect for when you want a little something sweet but doesn’t want to overindulge.

Although if you ask me, it’s hard to stop at just one.

This Mug Cake is the perfect single-serving dessert.

It’s quick, easy, and only takes a few minutes in the microwave.

And because it’s made with almond flour, it’s low in carbs and keto-friendly.

So if you’re looking for a rich, chocolatey dessert that won’t derail your diet, then this Mug Cake is for you.

These Shortbread Cookies are lemony and melt-in-your-mouth delicious.

And even though they’re made with almond flour, they still have that classic shortbread texture that we all know and love.

Freeze a batch of these, and you’ll have a slice and bake cookie dough on hand whenever the mood strikes.

Let’s take a break from all the sweets for a minute and talk savory.

This Almond Flour Pizza Crust is the perfect base for all your favorite toppings.

The almond-based dough is easy to work with and bakes up nice and crispy.

So if you’re looking for a pizza crust alternative that actually tastes good, then be sure to try this out.

These crackers are crispy, salty, and utterly addicting.

They’re perfect for snacking on or serving with your favorite cheese.

Top this with everything bagel seasoning and parmesan cheese, as the recipe suggests, and you’ll be munching on these all day long.

Peanut butter cookies are a classic flavor combination that we can all get behind.

And these Keto Peanut Butter Cookies are the perfect way to indulge without blowing your diet.

Low in carb and high in flavor, these cookies are a must-try.

This cake is airy and bursting with a lemony flavor.

The recipe calls for a bit of honey to sweeten the deal, but you could easily use sugar if you prefer.

Either way, this cake is sure to please and looks beautiful when served.

These Crescent Cookies are a holiday favorite.

They’re buttery and delicate with just the right amount of sweetness.

If you’ve had plenty of these growing up, then you’ll be happy to know that these crescent cookies are just as good as the traditional ones but made with almond flour.

Want a tea time treat that’s both keto and divine?

Then this French Almond Cake is for you.

It’s light, moist, and has a delicate almond flavor that will leave you wanting more.

If you need a quick side or are looking for a biscuit recipe that everyone can enjoy, then give this one a try.

You can serve this at breakfast with butter and jam or pair it with soup or salad for a delicious lunch.

It’s versatile enough to be a stand-alone dish or part of a larger meal.

If you’re someone who loves to have bread on hand but can’t have wheat, then this recipe is a lifesaver.

This loaf is soft, fluffy, and satiating.

Slice it thick and toast it up for a hearty breakfast or use it for sandwiches at lunch.

These crepes are delicate and perfect for a special breakfast or brunch.

Fill them with your favorite sweet or savory toppings, and enjoy.

You can even prepare these in advance and freeze them for a quick and easy meal.

Of course, I’d be remiss if I didn’t include a waffle recipe.

These almond flour waffles are crispy when you bite on them but velvety soft on the inside.

Eat it with a dollop of whipped cream and some fresh berries for a special treat, or you can choose to keep it simple with just butter and syrup.

These cupcakes are moist, decadent, and a heartier version of the classic carrot cake.

Even though they’re not loaded with frosting, they’re still just as mouthwatering.

The cream cheese frosting is even guilt-free and pairs perfectly with the spiced cupcakes.

This coffee cake is delicious enough to eat for breakfast but sweet enough to satisfy your dessert cravings.

You’ll need about 40 minutes to bake this cake, but it’s well worth the wait.

It’s packed with delicious flavors like cinnamon, dark chocolate, and vanilla.

This Almond Flour Pasta is the perfect alternative to traditional pasta.

It has a similar texture but without all the carbs.

You can use this in any recipe that calls for pasta or simply enjoy it with your favorite sauce.

These Zucchini Fries make for an excellent snack or side dish.

The recipe calls for almond flour, which gives them a crispy exterior.

And you can bake them instead, so you don’t have to worry about all the oil.

Almond flour can swap just about any flour in a recipe, and this naan is no exception.

I love this vegan recipe because it’s so easy to make and only requires a few ingredients.

You’ll have fresh, warm naan in no time.

There’s nothing like a freshly made bagel, and this recipe will give you all the flavor without the gluten.

Enjoy these plain, with cream cheese, or toasted with your favorite toppings.

If you’ve been missing out on pie because of a gluten-free or grain-free diet, then this recipe is for you.

This crust is sturdy and flaky and can be used in any pie recipe.

You’ll never know that it’s not made with traditional flour.

I love a good, herby focaccia bread, and this recipe hits the spot.

It’s made with both almond flour and rolled oats, which give it a unique flavor and texture.

Cut it into squares and enjoy it with your favorite dipping sauce.

Some days just really call for cinnamon rolls, and when that happens, you need this recipe.

These cinnamon rolls are yummy, fluffy, and covered in a sweet glaze.

They’re the perfect indulgence for any occasion and time of the day.

The bottom line

There are still so many delicious almond flour dishes and desserts out there to explore.

But I hope this list of recipes has given you some inspiration in the kitchen.

You don’t have to miss out on your favorite foods just because you’re avoiding gluten or grains.

There are plenty of delectable and nutritious options available.

So go forth and bake, my friends.

Almond Flour Recipe Assortment

Almond Flour Recipe Assortment

Check out our collection of 30 best almond flour recipes if you're looking for a particular recipe that uses this flour substitute.


  • Almond Flour Pancakes
  • Almond Flour Banana Muffins
  • Almond Flour Banana Bread
  • Almond Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Almond Flour Biscotti
  • Almond Flour Thumbprint Cookies
  • Almond Flour Blueberry Scones
  • Almond Flour Snickerdoodles
  • Almond Flour Brownies
  • Keto Mug Cake
  • Lemon Almond Flour Shortbread Cookies
  • Almond Flour Pizza Crust
  • Almond Flour Crackers
  • Keto Peanut Butter Cookies
  • Lemon Honey Almond Flour Cake
  • Almond Flour Crescent Cookies
  • Keto French Almond Cake
  • Almond Flour Biscuits
  • Almond Flour Bread
  • Almond Flour Crepes
  • Almond Flour Waffles
  • Carrot Cake Cupcakes
  • Coffee Cake
  • Almond Flour Pasta
  • Keto Zucchini Fries
  • Almond Flour Naan
  • Almond Flour Bagels
  • Almond Flour Pie Crust
  • Almond Flour Oat Focaccia
  • Almond Flour Cinnamon Rolls


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