by Carol Ball
Having trouble blending the coconut "powder" from the asian grocery. That is all I could find. I did learn that there are several types of so-called powder, but that still isn't a powder that dissolves. Any tips on getting it to blend without it sticking to the teeth, tongue, etc?Thirsty? Check out more delicious and healthy smoothie recipes!
I'm not sure of the type of coconut powder that you have on hand. If it is just shredded coconut ground into a fine powder, you might have a hard time using it in your smoothies. In my recipes, I'm using the coconut "milk" powder.
One tip that you can try is to blend the coconut powder with the liquid prior to adding the frozen ingredients. As the oil in the coconut tends to harden up once cold.
Just for you to see... this is the kind of coconut milk powder that I like to use in my smoothies: http://www.wildernessfamilynaturals.com/product/coconut-products-coconut-milk/CMP1.php It blends very easily in most liquids.
I hope that this helps answer your question.
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