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Vegan organic coconut milk powder!

Cocolicious Coconut milk is the perfect addition to so many dishes both sweet and savoury.

Neat, light-weight and super-convenient, the Cocolicious 200g tub gives you between 1.5 litres of coconut cream to a staggering almost 5 litres of coconut milk! Depending on whether you want a coconut milk consistency or a thicker, richer coconut cream. That’s a whole lot of convenience in a tub!

The best part is you get to use exactly the quantity you want, whenever you want so there’s no waste and you’re guaranteed a GMO-free certified organic product that’s suitable for vegans!

Coco-Convenient!

Cocolicious Coconut milk is the perfect addition to so many dishes both sweet and savoury. Using organic vegan Cocolicious coconut powder is simple. It’s made by mixing the powder with a little warm water to make either a lighter coconut milk or a heavier and creamier coconut cream. This coconut milk adds a creamy and deliciously rich flavour to curries, soups, stews, desserts, smoothies and so much more.

Health Benefits

  
Coconut milk contains a beneficial fat called lauric acid, a medium-chain fatty acid that’s easily absorbed and used by the body for energy. Coconut’s fatty acids can help you lower cholesterol levels, improve blood pressure and prevent heart attacks or a stroke.

It’s Vegan-friendly!

Unlike most nut milk powders, this coconut milk powder is free from casein which is an ingredient that unfortunately often sneaks its way into so many milk powders on the market.

Along with whey, casein is a protein found in dairy milk, known to be very difficult for our bodies to digest and can wreak havoc with our health.

What about the additives?

In order for the coconut milk liquid to be made into a free flowing milk powder, it is necessary to add binding and stabilising agents.  There’s 2.5% tapioca maltodextrin  and 0.5% organic gum acacia (a natural gum harvested from the exterior of the Acacia tree and used as a natural stabiliser). Without these two additives, it would be impossible for the coconut milk to become a free-flowing powder and easily water soluble.

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