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How to Make Cashew Flour

How to make Cashew Flour at

Cashew flour is a great alternative for almond flour when making crusts for tarts, bars and cheesecakes. Cashews are already sweet by nature and they don’t have the bitterness that almonds can have. Plus, you can get a nice, light flour right in your food processor or blender!

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  1. Yilliang Peng wrote on February 22, 2017

    I love the instructions you gave here about how to make cashew flour. My wife always makes cute little tarts and treats; however, often uses normal flour, so I most definitely will show her this. I wonder what the biggest difference is between cashew flour and normal flour. Thanks for the advice!

  2. Renee wrote on July 10, 2015

    Thanks, for the recipe.

    I have tried your dishes and they are great. Thanks

    • Sunnie (Anita) MacInnis wrote on November 2, 2016

      Do I need to soak the raw cashews before grinding them? If so, for how long?

      I have a blender and a coffee grinder. Which is better?

      • Susan wrote on November 4, 2016

        If you soak the cashews, you need to make sure they are completely dry before making the flour. The tricky part is to not make cashew butter. I would try the blender. Cheers!


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