4 Ingredient Toasted Coconut Breakfast Spread
Another creamy delight for you to try. Got some Coconut Threads (shreds)?
In the last post I said, “I for one just love to have Coconut Dry Goods every single morning!” Nothing has changed in a week…expect this week it is shredded Coconut Threads!
Also, last week I got carried away with milk links. And this week I could be tempted to do the same. Coconut Threads (shredded Coconut) is one of the 4 ingredients in this recipe. I promised to post about a dairy-free Cottage Cheese recipe soon.
- 16 ounces Real California Milk Low Fat Cottage Cheese or Cheese Barn Organic (NZ)
- 1 tablespoon honey
- 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
- 1 cup shredded coconut (Gold Thread Coconut Threads)
Head over to the A Spicy Perspective Blog for more instructions.
Some of you may be wondering why I kept the link to the Real California Milk website. Well, there are two reasons.
- We sell Pacific Island Raw Organic Coconut Oil to the USA at USD $26.80 + $9.80 postage 33.81 oz (1 Liter).
- The Real California Milk website is fascinating and very entertaining! You’ve got to visit it on a internet fast connection.
That is why I made sure we kept that link it there. If you are in the USA, and you’re reading, we mean business over there too. But we starting on a small scale with one product only.
Who posted this short article?
Neil Smith, The Coconut Oil Shop Team
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The story of Westland Dairy starts in 1868. When I was a child, it was mostly known as a regional milk provider, and a great source for Ice Cream. Oh how times have changed.