Archive for the ‘Ways to ingest coconut oil’ Category

Homemade oat-milk with coconut and vanilla

April 12, 2013

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Fill the blender with roughly 2 dl oats (0.85 cup) and fill up the blender with water 8 dl or so (3.3 cups), let it sit for a while.

I made this batch a bit more rich and added a little less water, maybe 6 dl or so..

I also added 1 tbs of dried coconut, and I actually forgot to add the pinch of salt. Could be nice.

Blend well and filter through a sieve or nutbag (or those bags for the washing machine for the bra) and pour into a pot. Heat gently and add 1 tbs of coconut oil and a drop of stevia. Serve with a dust  of  vanilla extract.

Rich and creamy and delicious.

Thank you for the inspiration Anna Sparre

**low carb, vegan, gluten free (yes, oats is gluten free), creamy**

Turkish yogurt with coconut oil, ground milk thistle seeds, berry powder & topped with pumpkin seeds with a cup of licorice root tea on the side

January 25, 2013

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Coconut/MCT oil with greek yogurt, low carb snack

December 13, 2012

Put your jar of coconut oil on the radiator for a few hours or just on top of the refrigerator (where it is a bit warmer) over night. Coconut oil melts at 24 °C (76 °F).

Add i table spoon Greek yogurt (or other rich yoghurt) to  a little bole or cup, some cinnamon and cardamom powder for taste. Sprinkle some coconut flakes and some whole flax seeds over and pour over roughly 1 tbs liquid coconut oil. Blend. The Coconut oil will be mixed in evenly in the cold yogurt. Add some hemp seeds, pumpkin seeds, chia seeds or more flax seeds.

You can also blend in 1 tsp maca root powder or other adaptogenic herb (adrenal gland support) of your choice.

Serve as a snack or before dinner for a way to ingest coconut oil regularly through out the day, without carbs.

Read here for some information on the properties of coconut oil and its effect on health such as heart disease. Read here for some information on coconuts effect on brain diseases and degenerative diseases (reading well worth your time).

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