Native Forest makes its organic coconut milk powder by spray-drying fresh coconut milk, then adding select plant-based ingredients including three percent tapioca syrup and less than one percent of sugar esters to protect and balance the nutrients as the milk transforms into a delicious coconut milk powder. You'll find tons of heart-healthy fats in each 5.25 oz pouch (and no trans fats) of powdered coconut milk. Native Forest Coconut Milk Powder is a healthy option for everyone to use.
Native Forest Coconut Milk Powder has only 50 calories...
About This Brand
Need organic canned foods that are both convenient and delicious? Native Forest is your health food brand. The brand specializes in keeping canned food fresh. It packages its fruits and vegetables straight away to lock in nutrients and flavor—and all without any preservatives! Here’s a fun fact: Native Forest brought the first canned organic hearts of palm and the first canned organic coconut...
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Serving Size: 1 Tbsp (8g)
Servings Per Container:18
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283 Members have left reviews!
Posted by Yuri from REDONDO BEACH, California
It was just ok, a little too corse.
Posted by Miriam from ELLIOTTSBURG, Pennsylvania
Very nice for when I run out of liquid coconut milk!
Posted by Trieva from POCONO SUMMIT, Pennsylvania
This is wonderful in coffee, cacao, in cereal hot or cold!
Posted by Joanna from SAN ANTONIO, Texas
Smells like a fresh coconut, so good in my coffee
Coconut milk powder
Posted by Julie from OAKLAND, California
We always have this in the house for our coffee.
Posted by Robin from WAUKEE, Iowa
So far I have only used this to make hot chocolate (with Chatfield's cocoa (not carob) powder and coconut sugar) - 3 tbsp. coconut milk powder, 1 tbsp. cocoa, and 1 tsp coconut sugar. It seems very smooth and creamy textured, and makes very good hot chocolate.
Not loving it for coffee
Posted by Denise from East Providence, Rhode Island
I was looking for something to keep in a drawer at work for the rare times I'd want an afternoon coffee. It tasted too coconutty, and I couldn't get the thickness I wanted.
Good substitute for Dairy
Posted by Jo from SALT LAKE CITY, Utah
Added this to my peanut butter energy balls that called for dried milk. It was a good substitute. Also tried it in coffee and it was good!
Posted by Sherry from NEWBURGH, Indiana
This is a perfect coffee creamer for travel. So convenient and versatile.
Posted by Amy from SAGINAW, Michigan
My husband makes the best non dairy cream of mushroom soup with this!!!