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How-to: Whipped Coconut Cream from Coconut Milk

How-to: Whipped Coconut Cream from Coconut Milk
Things have been oh-so-creamy around my blog the past few weeks. Cream pies everywhere. And much chatter of coconut milk and all its glorious attributes and uses. But I was being a tad lazy when it came to my pies.. Why? Well, as you read in my recipes, I was simply giddy about the new product I discovered called "Healthy Top" - a cashew and coconut based whipped topping of sorts. Coconut Cream 101. Chilled can of coconut milk - the top layer of opaque "cream" - this is what you want to whip... Put to use: "Almost Tiramisu" Pie.. When I was little one of my favorite family recipes was an Easter cake called "Lamb Cake" I veganized the recipe a few years back: Lamb Cake Gone Vegan. Well until I discovered coconut milk cream, I never knew that the "whipped creamy frosting" thing could happen for vegans. How-to Make Whipped Coconut Milk Cream Coconut cream is best eaten right after it is whipped as it will lose some fluffiness if you stick it in the fridge to chill.

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Coconut Whipped Cream Cutting down or eliminating dairy, but still want something to top pumpkin pie, crazy pancakes or simply to dip strawberries in? Coconut milk makes just as thick and rich whipped cream as whipping cream, if not more! And the only different in preparation is to remember to put the coconut milk in the fridge long enough to chill. An additional plus is that whipped coconut cream does not break down the way dairy does. This whipped cream can be covered and stored for up to a few days without separation taking place. Antioxidant Coffee Body Scrub with Coconut Oil Our skin is the largest organ in our body. It absorbs 60% – 80% of what it comes in contact with. When you use commercial cosmetic products, lotions, perfume, oils and scrubs, all of the ingredients in those products absorb right into your blood stream. The ingredients in these products can be toxic and are even known to attribute to allergies, cancer and birth defects.

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