How To Make Coconut Butter, Ep90

How To Make Coconut Butter - www.RadianceCentral.com If you like nut butters like almond butter, peanut butter, cashew nut butter, etc., you’ll love coconut butter! And, it’s so much easier to make!! Not only can you use it as a spread, but you can also cook with it! Check out today’s video below to see how to make fresh coconut butter and all the different ways you can use it.

How To Make Coconut Butter - www.RadianceCentral.com(Coconut Butter can be made into a liquid spread like a nut butter (left), or made solid like a block of cooking butter (right))

How To Make Coconut Butter - www.RadianceCentral.com(The only ingredient you’ll need is dried, unsweetened coconut, either shredded or in flakes. Don’t use sweetened, desiccated, or fresh coconut. It’s that easy!!!!).

Coconut Butter (makes 1/3 Cup)

2 Cups / 150 grams Dried Coconut (shreds or flakes)

Directions:
1- Place dried coconut in a high speed blender or food processor and blend until smooth.*
2- Store coconut butter in a sealed glass container. Can be stored at room temperature. If store in a refrigerator, it will solidify.
* The coconut butter might collect on the sides of the blender or food processor, if so just scrape the sides of the device and continue blending. Depending on the amount of coconut butter you are making and what type of blender or food processor you are using, it can take from 2 to 15 minutes to blend smooth.


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4 thoughts on “How To Make Coconut Butter, Ep90

  1. I would love to see a video on how to make coconut flour. I would like to be able to use all of the coconut so as not to waste any of it.

    Thank you,

    Lori

  2. Thanks for this recipe, I can’t wait to try it 🙂 Also very excited about the palm sugar syrup!!

  3. Can I use your video as a reference for my thesis project? I will be conducting my thesis on coconut butter about its shelf-life and its acceptability… I am hoping to know more about coconut butter please

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