Organic Coconut Butter: The Perfect Healthy Addition to Your Favorite Treats

If you are someone who loves the flavor of coconut, and who wants to try it in a delicious new way, then this is a product for you.

Organic Coconut Butter is full of nutrients, minerals and fiber. It also contains good, healthy fats, compared to the fats you find in unhealthy alternatives such as regular butter.

If you are wondering how to enjoy this yummy spread, try one of these:

  1. Spread it on bread, a muffin or a crepe.
  2. Drizzle it over fruit, nuts, or trail mixes.
  3. Put it on your cereal or popcorn.
  4. Eat it right out of the container!

I know that it can be boring eating foods that may seem difficult to incorporate in a variety of ways into your diet. No one wants to eat the same thing every single day, but you may want to experience a similar taste without having it be in the same form. If you are someone who eats shredded coconut, or cooks with coconut oil, definitely give Coconut Butter a try. You won’t be disappointed!

Live Superfoods Organic Coconut Butter

Recipe by Amie Sue from Raw Alchemy

Raw Orange Cream Coconut Butter Bark

Ingredients:

1/2 cup coconut butter, softened

1/2 cup fresh orange juice

Preparation:

In a food processor, fitted with the “S” blade, combine softened coconut butter and orange juice. Process until smooth and creamy. Pour into mold and freeze. The  bark will hold up at room temp as long as it doesn’t get warmer than about 76 degrees (F)

Enjoy!

Sarah Khalid is a young Toronto writer covering all the latest events and hot spots to visit around the city.

Sarah Khalid

My name is Sarah Khalid and I was born and raised in Toronto, however I am now an undergraduate Communication student at the University of Ottawa, specializing in Media. I have been writing for Her City for a year and a half now, and enjoy writing and exploring a variety of topics such as: beauty, travel, and local city events.

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