Coconut Cream 400 g (Ceres)

Coconut Cream | Tasty Soups and Creamy Smoothies

Buy in a tray of 12 to save! Free postage, as always.

Try the Coconut Cream Yoghurt recipe here

12 x Coconut Cream Cans (400 ml) Unsweetened

12 Cans of Coconut Cream 400 ml Size | A chef's choice for soups, stews, curries & smoothies

400 ml of Coconut Cream x 12 - Certified Organic (BioGro)
Best Before Date: 31 May 2014
Ceres Organics Coconut Cream is made from the white flesh of fresh ripe coconuts. The white flesh is pressed without the use of chemicals. Its deliciously creamy taste and texture makes it a delightful and versatile ingredient in many dishes.

Ideal for use in Indian and Oriental dishes like curries, soups, sauces, desserts, salads or beverages. Great for baking cakes, biscuits and for making ice cream. Makes refreshing shakes and smoothies.


The Coconut Cream separates, as it should. The oil is solid, and pure white when it is below 24 degrees Celsius. The liquid part is the same colour as Creamed Coconut, a creamy khaki colour. The smell is an authentic Coconut smell.

If you buy a Coconut Cream without much smell, which is totally white and creamy, check on the contents and see how many additives it has...


Now you can make Creamy Coconut Yogurt by Delicious Obsessions! Here is our recipe link so click on it if you want to use it. Delicious Obsessions Coconut Cream Yoghurt
Whipped Cream with Coconut Cream Check out the Nourishing Gourmet blog recipe. Ingredients: Coconut (min 65%), Water, Guar Gum (22% Fat)
Storage: Shake well before using. Product may solidify in cool temperature but will melt when warmed. This has no affect on flavour or quality. Once opened, put unused product in a non-metallic container and refrigerate. Use within two days.

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marg April 14, 2013 at 8:51 am

so this cream is raw/unheated?


Coconut Oil Shop April 15, 2013 at 5:30 pm

It is UHT treated. UHT. I think one of our competitors in the US put is well when they said, “Can these products be considered raw?

“The liquid coconut milk and coconut cream experience a 2 second heat and a 4 second heat with a cooling cycle in between as described above. This process has a very minimal effect on the taste and flavor, maintaining qualities similar to freshly squeezed coconut milk and coconut cream. However, these two heat cycles preclude it from being titled “raw.”

This product is different, but similar processes. So it is heated at a high temperature for a few seconds. I hope that helps.

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