Organic coconut milk 18%
Yupik’s coconut milk is a creamy liquid pressed from freshly grated organic coconut meat. It contains soluble suspended solids which make it a great ingredient for desserts and rich or dry sauces. It is a popular ingredient in southeast Asian cuisine and can be used to make cakes, candies, cookies, ice cream, jams, and curries.
INSIDE THE SCOOP: A Spoonful of Health Benefits
- Dairy Free
- Certified Organic
- No added thickeners or emulsifying agents
- Can substitute whole or low-fat milk, heavy cream or butters with a 1:1 ratio
- Richest food source of lauric acid. Some studies suggest that this fatty acid has antibacterial, antiviral properties that can help speed up the metabolism
HOW TO USE IT:
Coconut milk can be used to make a wide range of culinary delights. Use it to cook or bake, to satisfy sweet or savory cravings. You can add ¼ cup to a bowl of cinnamon maple oatmeal, or toss it in some cooked pasta with tomatoes, spinach and garlic in it! When refrigerated or left to set, coconut cream will rise to the top and separate out from the milk. This is because for your benefit Yupik’s Organic Coconut Milk has no added thickeners or emulsifies, letting you enjoy coconut milk in its most authentic form. Simply stir the mixture before use to obtain desired texture.
CULINARY TIPS: Upgrade your snacks!
Do coconuts have you dreaming of tropical places? Why not recreate the satisfaction of a cold treat on a warm summer day in your very own kitchen. Strawberry Coconut Chia Popsicles are the perfect way to enjoy a sweet, refreshing snack without running to your typical fruit juice recipe. These Popsicles benefit from the light and creamy properties of the coconut milk to give your afternoon snack the tropical splash they deserve.
Strawberry Coconut Chia Popsicles
Yields: 8 - Prep time: 10 minutes
Ingredients: 15 oz coconut milk; 1/4 cup organic chia seeds; 4-5 tbsp honey; 1 tsp lemon juice ;10 large strawberries; 8 popsicle sticks
Directions: In a bowl, combine coconut milk, chia seeds, lemon juice and honey. Mix to combine. Cover and refrigerate for 2 hours. Soak popsicle sticks in hot water for 30 minutes. Take the popsicle mixture out of the fridge and add strawberries. Fill popsicle molds with mixture. Insert popsicle sticks. Freeze for 8 hours or overnight. You can keep them in the freezer for up to 2 weeks. To remove ice pops from the molds, run under hot water for 30 seconds and carefully pull them out.
ABOUT COCONUT MILK: Did you know?
It is commonly believed that the coconut was given its name by 16th-century Portuguese sailors because the three holes on the coconut looked like a human face. Coco means ‘laughing” or “grimace”.The English word Nut was added later on.
HOW TO STORE: Preserve the freshness!
To maximize the shelf life of canned coconut milk after opening, cover the can tightly with a plastic wrap or lid, or with aluminum foil. Coconut milk that has been continuously refrigerated will keep for about 4-6 days.
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