Creamed coconut aka coconut butter 500ml – king of the keto pack!


Creamed coconut aka coconut butter

Creamed coconut aka coconut butter is a seductive product.  Make instant healthy snacks for your kids, add a dollop into a cup of hot cocoa, make instant ice cream (see this link and scroll down the page)

I personally love the versatility of creamed coconut – there’s just so many uses for which it can be put both savory, sweet and hot.

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Creamed coconut aka coconut butter 500ml –  king of keto –

Makes healthy Christmas goodies as seen on Stuff 

Creamed coconut aka coconut butter is a widely used ingredient for many Asian dishes.  If you are doing keto (ketogenic), Paleo, Weston A Price, low carb or alternative diets, creamed coconut is one key ingredient you will want to use every day.

Its great for older people who have impaired digestive functions.  They may not want to eat large quantities of food.  But will still need enough to keep their energy levels up and maintain warmth.

I mix my creamed coconut with around 20% more coconut oil.  Doing this improves the workability of the product and makes it more spreadable for example.

Where is it produced: Sri Lanka
How produced: This is ground up full fat coconut meat, and dehydrated to 1.6% moisture content.Organic Certifications: Control Union
Other Certifications: ISO 9000, 9200, HACCP (food safety)
Comment: Add 2-3 good dsps of creamed coconut to a cup of hot water to rehydrate back to coconut cream.  Make healthy seductive dishes from this culinary wonder from Asia – wicked white chocolate – luscious date truffles – sizzling curries – fabulous fish dishes. A real treat for low carbers, GAPS’ diet, gluten intolerant people.  You’ll be challenged to put the top back on the jar once opened.

Important mixing instructions for creamed coconut

The creamed coconut will have separated out into 2 layers when you receive it. A top layer of coconut oil and a bottom layer of coconut solids. These need to recombined before use. The jar should be tempered with warm to hottish water to start with to prevent cracking of the jar through thermal shock.
Then simply place the jar in a pot of hot water to soften slightly. Then open the jar and either cut and blend well with sharp knife or scrape the contents into a food processor. Turn on until the contents are well blended. Then use in your favourite recipes. (see sign up form for recipes)