Coconut Milk Powder
Shelf-stable and easy to store, this dried coconut milk powder is derived from raw unsweetened coconut cream and can be used almost anywhere coconut flavor is desired, from ice cream to yogurt, baked goods, beverages, or and much more.
Use as is or combine 1 cup Coconut Milk Powder with 1/2 cup warm water to substitute for coconut milk.
Storage & handling
Store in cool, dry place.
Coconut milk, maltodextrin, sodium caseinate. Contains tree nut and milk.
The coconut (Cocos nucifear) is the fruit of the coconut palm tree. Botanically speaking, the coconut is not a nut but a drupe, or stone fruit. Drupes are fleshy fruit with thin skin and a central stone containing the seed: plum, cherry, almonds, and olives are all drupes. Archeologists have found fossilized coconuts as far back as the Eocene period, or about 56 to 33.9 million years ago. Coconuts are one of the most versatile food items in the world: they are highly caloric, provide clean water, fiber for rope and tools, and a shell that can be used to create charcoal.
Coconuts boast a wide variety of culinary uses, providing coconut oil, coconut milk, coconut flour and coconut sugar, as well as the common use of the chipped or shredded flesh for baking or cooking. The "water" contained within the coconut can also be used as an ingredient, or as an electrolyte-rich drink. The white flesh is a rich source of manganese, copper, selenium and dietary fiber. Coconut milk provides a rich, creamy flavor with a slight essence of sweet coconut, great for balancing spicy flavors or enhancing sugary desserts.
Shelf-stable and easy to store, this coconut milk powder can be used almost anywhere coconut flavor is desired, from ice cream to yogurt, baked goods, beverages, or and much more.
Haupia is a traditional Hawaiian dessert served at luaus, often garnished with shredded coconut, fruit and rum. Creating this tropical treat is made easy with our convenient Coconut Milk Powder and Fancy Shredded Coconut.