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It took about 2 minutes. We’re sorry to hear you had some issues with this recipe, Jenny.. Who knew it was this easy! (I was putting the spatula through the opening in the pusher.) Also can we freeze this? We have a vegan fudge recipe with coconut butter here if you’d like to try it! I never imagined it was so easy to make your own. Mix until a creamy butter forms – sometimes up to 10 minutes – scraping down sides as needed. Blended in a coffee grinder and I got the butter consistency I wanted. How many cups is yours? Stir before using. I am trying to find something comparable to SimplyNature ExtraVirgin Coconut Spread that I found at Aldi’s a few years ago. Now ready to add to my pre-long run smoothie! It does not work–must be unsweetened. Hi! Hope that helps! I gathered from the comments not to expect anything like super creamy butter but I don’t think I even got close. coconut powder (product of Sri Lanka) that was about $5 & change purchased locally at a store that deals in multi cultural foods. Broke out the big Cuisinart food processor. Our concern is there may be too much moisture. What do you think ? It worked great in the vitamix for me! Hi Michele, Thanks for sharing! I can only speak for my 7-cup cuisinart, which churns perfect coconut butter every time. What I found worked good was to use the FP for 5 min stirring the mixture from the sides. I have a blender that has a component for blending dry grains. The taste is good. I ended up with something that was more like mashed potatoes. Actually, my final product looks very much like the picture in the top of the page with the hand, spoon, jar, and measuring cup of dry, shredded coconut. Thanks for sharing your changes, Licia! Delicious nonetheless:). $12.39 Directions. … Once it’s gone liquid and creamy, you can add things such as salt, vanilla extract, or stevia. After about 10 min, I saw that I wasn’t going to get past the finely shredded phase, so I plopped in a heaping Tbsp of unrefined coconut oil (44g). Mine did not work in the Vitamix! Have you ever wanted to make your own coconut butter but didn’t know how? Should I use the more moist coconut in the bag? Just wondering. (Don’t over-salt!). I have the Ninja Kitchen System that includes both the processor and the blender. Amazing! I started with blender, switched to food processor, finally added coconut oil and that was the trick for my older machine (easily 12 years old) It’s now in the garbage, the processor not the butter so I will buy a new unit and try again. xo. I’m wondering if it’s lack of moisture that kept the coconut from turning mushy. (my only problem with this recipe is that it never lasts long after I make it), Hi. Took a little over 10 minutes to make! Sure! Yay! Hope that helps! It’s nice and creamy/smooth, but quite liquidy. I spent over an hour with this. I end up blending for about 30 minutes and nothing happens. Did you reduce the amount of coconut or is your food processor larger than 8 cups? With patience, Just made this recipe and it literally took 6 minutes with my food processor I used the shredded coconut from the bulk bins at Whole Foods. It definitely shouldn’t take 45 minutes- not more than ~10. Because I love lemon with carrot muffins/cake, I added lemon zest and a little juice (plus the salt & vanilla options) and wow! I had issues making the coconut cream I ran my Ninja food processor on and off for almost 30 minutes and finally gave up. I did want to say however that it’s so frustrating that you said that perhaps my machine isn’t strong enough. Worked like a charm in my vitamix. Disappointed I wasted so much coconut. But it didn’t work in the Ninja either, which overheated pretty quick, so I stopped for safety to my Ninja. I took the tube out of the drop shoot to let all the steam out. It would probably depend on the recipe and whether the egg is used for binding or not. In the meantime, maybe coconut butter? Michele from Mirboo North Victoria Australia. Less gritty. Cant stop licking the inside of my food processor! BTW I had organic non processed coconut flakes on hand so it worked out great! I used a pound of coconut from the ben a it and it made about a cup. This was amazing and worked perfectly. This was a well spent 10 minutes. Coconut Butter spreads easily when warmed and will harden few minutes to soften. Someone threw it away where I live and placed it on the “free” table. UnsweetenedWholesomeCreamyRichSuper coconuttyDelicious& So easy to make. I tried this in my food processor (Oster) and made it in 5minutes. Thank you! We haven’t tried and don’t know for sure.. but if you experiment with it, report back on how it goes! When it was creamy it was delicious though! As a final attempt I added it to the blender. OR, take the lid off and microwave in 20 second increments until it’s runny again. Thanks. Made this as a frosting for the carrot cake (also from this website) and it complemented the flavours perfectly. I also used unsweetened flakes, not dessicated. It needed to be tampered quite a while to get to the creamy stage. Store at room temperature up to 2 weeks (sometimes more). I am wondering why you would put it on ice cream? Any input on that? To liquefy and blend, place jar in hot water for 5-10 minutes and stir - longer in cold weather. Thanks so much for your kind words and lovely review, Mandy! And another fudge recipe without! If there isn’t enough volume of coconut, it can have issues blending. I was hoping to pour it over the no bake carrot cake balls, guess I’ll just dip them or something… It tastes great! My Ninja food processor is SUPER powerful (I’m almost afraid of it! Good luck! Is it because I use the more dry bulk section shredded coconut? Great idea, Kirstyn! I made it in my processor and it turned out more like a paste and even when i extended the process, it maintained a paste. My only problem is that it takes about ten minutes to get it all out of the blender. So, everyone – if you have a food processor use that. It’s also possible that the machine isn’t powerful enough? Hi Michelle, sorry about that! This turned out amazingly. Not a lot a a time. I just made this and I agree with others who have said it’s difficult to not just eat it by itself. I was thinking of putting it back in the food processor and adding some coconut oil. Maybe it was the coconut I used? We have had the most success with our food processor and would recommend using one if you have it. Blend more, should start getting better. I just used my food processor to make this. Hello! Have you tired adding liquid oils to make it spreadable? Now I will continue to make my own as it is much better than the stuff I did eventually find to buy. Update: added ~1 T liquid coconut oil and it returned to usable texture. It worked for me but at a certain point I had to move it from my large food processor to my mini one as the blades were spinning above the coconut. I had to scoot down the flakes from the 4 corners of the vitamix almost constantly as it blended (I did low speed option at about 50%). There has to be enough coconut to cover the blades even after it’s been chopped into little teeny pieces. Thank you for the tip! Shop for more Dish Soap available online at Walmart.ca Also, as I mentioned in the recipe, desiccated coconut really works best. Better to add more coconut or oil. Just don’t have time or money to waste like this. What brand and model is it? I did two and a half cups of coconut flakes in a personal sized attatcement for my ninja blender. Then I noticed someone mentioned filling up their FP rather than just using the suggested measured amount of coconut. Hoping it’s the regular one :-). Hi Paula! Sorry, this was a very expensive epic fail. Oh, that might work! Delicious! Our FREE 49-Page Fan Favorites e-Book has 20 recipes we think you’ll LOVE! Substituting coconut butter instead of regular butter can be a great way to gain some added nutritional value. Mine usually takes about 8-10 minutes, and I scrape down the sides 2-3 times to ensure the coconut is getting processed well. The only unsweetened coconut was a dry powder. Hey everyone! Let us know how it goes! But despite the final result not being very smooth, it is still quite yummy and doesn’t have that uncomfortable texture that I find in flaked coconut. I think that the heat has something to do with it working. Creamed coconut should also not be confused with coconut cream, which is a thicker, richer version of coconut milk (often the cream rises to the top of a can of coconut milk) and cream of coconut, which is a sweetened version of coconut cream. The smaller container does not work. Typically coffee grinders don’t do well with wet/oily ingredients. I am allergic to nuts, and all recipes calls for cashew/macadamia. That’s just a safe estimate. threw it in the food processor. I just can’t get it passed the weird grainy, sticky stage. Please help!! Nothing like the runny creamy butter pictured. Sometimes the trouble with making coconut butter is that there isn’t enough coconut flakes to fill up the food processor bowl and it needs more volume to churn into butter. And Walmart shoppers fell in love with Crepini egg white thins. It worked and making my own is so much cheaper than buying it like I did years ago. I have a Cuisinart Prep 9 food processor! At this point it was still a little granular in texture until I added coconut oil, a little at a time, until the product was pourable (consistency of thick molasses). No. Dana, Let us know if you give it a try! I used my Cuisinart foot processor and I was getting coconut flour for after what seems like forever. Perhaps try that next time? I spent over half an hour doing this in my Breville 12 cup mixer workhorse (BFP660). (It’s the same way I make nut butters.) I just made this. It took a while because I had to let it cool down a couple of times, but I got butter in the end. The mixture was finally starting to look a little like coconut butter. so excited I found this recipe! Or have some texture/thickness? 1) I filled up the cup, blended a little bit, Sounds great and can’t wait to try making the coconut butter. No. Also, I used Bob’s Red Mill’s flaked coconut and it worked great! Do I need to dry it out in the over first? perfect recipe!! Thanks so much for the recipe and inspiration! Worked perfectly in my VitaMix. Do you think that prevented it from turning into butter? Coconut butter is: Unsweetened Wholesome Creamy Rich Super coconutty Delicious & So easy to make. It wasn’t working for me at first but I noticed if you add between 1-4 tablespoons of coconut oil that it turns liquidly pretty fast. Coconut butter is solid at room temperature and even when warmed the butter is thick, creamy and smooth. How does it do with nut butters? Lastly- Don’t refrigerate it! I used 2 cups coconut in the 4-cup workbowl included with a 12-cup Cuisinart food processor. Hi Sylvia, sorry to hear it was more challenging than expected! I recently used a NutriBullet and it worked perfectly. I used a Vitamix. Hope you enjoyed :D. Just made this and it turned out perfectly! 5. Versatile enough to add to sauces, dressings, smoothies, baked goods, spread on hot toast or melt on vegetables for a delicious coconut flavor. I was wondering though, if I could toast the flakes first as I’ve tried a coconut butter made from toasted coconut (store-bought) in the distant past and it was scrumptious. Hi. I did it with my Hamilton Beach Food Processor and only took about 5 minutes. How long will this butter last in the fridge? No fancy ingredients (and only TWO of them! Try adding more coconut flakes. I’ve gone through, now, 2 different food processors and it’s just not working for me. Hi! Thanks for your instruction. Coconut Butter. Massively frustrating. Rita C. North Shore Goodies. I did have to add a small amount of coconut oil, as it was too dry. I’m so happy I found this recipe! Enter your email below to get delicious recipes, promotions and product updates delivered right to your inbox! It requires just 1 bowl, 1 ingredient, and 10 minutes. This looks so yummy! Thank you!! We actively participate in OSC2 Industry and Member Programs, including the Climate Collaborative, Packaging Collaborative and Future of Food Speaker Series. Do you think the powder will stay smooth and harden to a more milk choc. If I toast the shredded coconut first do you think it will still turn into the right consistency? Next time, would you mind leaving a rating with your review? I thought it might provide the same kind of moisture? So delicious and I feel good knowing exactly what the ingredients are. We aren’t sure it would work to use the pulp since some of the flavor may get lost. I started with a small amount about three once’s of coconut in the small container but the blades were missing the coconut so I transferred it to the larger container. Or perhaps you have a larger food processor? Not sure if processing for too long dried it out or if the added ingredients caused it. So sorry to hear that was your experience, Hwasa! Cheers, friends! Hope to hear back! It's best to store it at room temperature, out of direct sunlight. Do you think fresh unprocessed coconut would work for this? Thanks for the great recipe, I’m sure I will make it again. So stick with a food processor for best results. Do you have any suggestions for me? Would this recipe work in a Thermomix? It took just under 10 minutes. Perhaps if your model is bigger add more coconut? (For reference I started in my Ninja bullet/cup blender because I didn’t want to pull out my vitamix and it wasn’t looking promising. Now I can make that Tropical Fat Bomb I’ve been anxious to try. I made a half recipe and the lower volume took forever in my food processor (but I only had 1.5c coconut and needed butter so I persevered) I added 1/4tsp vanilla extract and a drop of stevia towards the end of processing and it came together beautifully. I used a nutribullet, filled about 1/2 way. I chill it to make a semi-hard candy — mmmm good. I saw some of the comments that reccommended using a VitaMix so I tried using my magic bullet. I used the 14oz Great Value sweetened flaked coconut I bought from Walmart (with all the additives : Ingredients: COCONUT, SUGAR, WATER, PROPYLENE GLYCOL (SUSTAINS FRESHNESS), SALT, SODIUM METABISULFITE (TO RETAIN WHITENESS)). I’d like mine to have a deep browned flavor. It is so delilcious! Now I have to wait for it to cool down and solidify a bit. Hmm, we’ve never tried that! I tried this tonight in my 64oz. So yummy! 4) finally, last hurrah of blending, until every coconut bits were liquified I was curious about coconut butter, but didn’t want to buy a whole jar from the store. Add lesser amount of shredded coconut (3 cups or 240 g as original recipe is written // adjust if altering batch size) into a. Thanks for sharing this recipe…..I have leftover coconut flakes from making coconut milk, do you think it would work?? 3) then when there’s more room, I added more coconut … repeat until I emptied the bag (or until my cup was full) Do you have some suggestions? Save money by making coconut butter at home. I only had a 1 cup processor, so I put it in my blender to make the pieces much smaller and slowly added them into the processor. If you have a coffee grider, use that. It just ends up soft but chunky in the Vitamix. In the future, I think I’ll start with the hot water very early on, after the coconut has shredded down a lot, and will probably switch again to using the small processing bowl once the coconut has compacted down in the large processing bowl. Hmm did you use a food processor? It’s really weird because I usually have success with your recipes so I am willing to try again. TIA ;o). Excited to look for recipes to use it in! Used my 64 oz Ninja (Blender/food processor/bullet). The finished butter will seem runny, but when you taste it the texture will be like thick, sticky, slightly grainy peanut butter. Shop for more Granola Bars & Snack Bars available online at Walmart.ca :-), Not quite yet, Ashley but be on the lookout for more as we are always adding new recipes to the site :). I used organic coconut flakes dry as a bone to start. It didn’t worked, I put it in the processor for like 10 mins and never made it as a butter ? Max, may I ask what brand of food processor or blender you used? I used the milling blade and filled my cup to capacity with the flakes. 250 degrees 20-30 minutes. I think I burned out the motor. To use, you can either heat it up in the microwave, or place in a shallow pot of very hot water and it will soften. But I’m worried about serving to someone who didn’t see me make it because of the weird texture. Pulling it off & on the machine every 10 or 15 seconds & shaking down the product. My Hamilton is usually TOO high speed for veggies, but perfect for nut butters. So there were a lot of breaks. Store at room temperature up to 2 weeks (sometimes more). I’ve also used it in recipes to make delicious things like Vegan Fudge, Peanut Butter Fudge, Vegan White Chocolate Truffles, and Vegan White Chocolate Peanut Butter Eggs! There may be another brand that has the blades all the way up but I don’t know. I end up with about a cup of delicious, almost liquidy coconut butter. Altho, I didn’t add anything extra after. Hi. I have a wonderful hand crank food processor, put my coconut in it and it just churned this into pulp. Thanks for the reply. Thanks for sharing! There are several fat bomb recipes and other Keto recipes that call for coconut butter as well. Wow! This aromatic, flavorful, and versatile spread is solid at cooler Temperatures and becomes spreadable when warmed. :(. I have a magimix 5200xl and i used 300g of coconut , which gave a depth of about 2″, which is sufficient for the blender to work on comfortably. I then switched to the regular blade and let it run into a beautiful smooth butter. Moved it over to my KitchenAid mixer and have been at it for over half and hour and I still only have a pasty cornmeal. We haven’t tried it, but if you do let us know how it turns out! Is this happening and not turning to a “butter” because my local store bins only had sweetened coconut? I have a regular food processor and it took 30 minutes to get the right texture.. FITS INTO MANY LIFESTYLES: Our Coconut Butter is always organic, vegan, non-GMO, kosher, gluten free, dairy free, peanut free, and certified R.A.W., making it perfect for vegan, plant-based, keto, and paleo diets. How long does the coconut butter keep in the fridge? Coconut butter is such a fabulous ingredient but it has one drawback, it can be really expensive! So I ordered some coconut butter online from Amazon for $13 and the jar made 27 cookies with enough butter left over to put on a croissant or two. do you think a Vita mix would do the job?? The coconut content is barely detectable and the peanut butter does not spread very easily. The best part is that I did not purchase the expensive NurtiBullet. We think the issue is probably the size of the container. Hi! Hi Depending on the temperature of your home, it will likely harden once cooled. Could I use larger coconut flakes for this recipe ? But it is rich, slightly sweet, luscious, and so satisfying. (I would add pics, but I don’t know how : ), Thanks so much for the lovely review, Lang. Plan to see how it works out in peanut butter fudge with a little sweetener added to the mix &/or chocolate. Good luck. After about another five minutes of processing, it was looking a little better, but not getting far. The second day I went to go use it, and it got really, really hard. You could try adding more coconut. I only have a tiny 2 cup food processor and a ninja which does not work as a food processor. Not wanting it to go to waste, I added some cocoa and sugar and salt, and now I have this fascinating spread (?) I just made this butter, I used a whole pack (250g) shredded coconut. We are sorry to hear you didn’t have success with this recipe. Success! :D. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. Hmm, we’ve never tried it. I haven’t found anything comparable so if anyone knows of one, please share! Is it possible to mix coconut flour and coconut oil to make the butter? You can enjoy it straight from the jar, or warm it up to spread the goodness! Please see my reply, just above, to Jen’s question, which was essentially the same question as yours. I wonder if using a small amount of coconut oil or coconut cream would help the ineffective equipment out?.?. Genius! In this case, would the amounts of coconut be the same? | Privacy Policy | Site by: Kiosk. Bad points- I blended it too long on my final hurrah; it’s coconut milk. I have fat bombs on my To Do list today :). I use flakes, that I buy in bulk that still have the brown peel-like stuff around the edge, in my vita-mix. This is the one I used (the 16 oz chopper bowl with about 1 cup of high-quality coconut) and it worked like a charm within 3 minutes or so: https://www.amazon.com/Blender-Processor-450-Watt-Smoothies-QB1004/dp/B004XK4N9C. I have been trying to make coconut butter in the exact same Cuisinart food processor to no avail. I was a little worried at first as it just kept spinning but eventually turned out well! I always think it does a great job. Took 2 minutes, tops. Our Organic Coconut Manna is an incredibly tasty, whole superfood made of pure, dried coconut flesh. I used my vitamix and it turned out great. My fudge recipe calls for coconut butter… does this work for fudge? How about freshly grated coconut ? Coconut is certainly having a moment, so it’s no wonder that coconut butter made our list. Perhaps my unit didnt have enough power. ? I’m no expert, but I found it to be buttery the first day… but when it hardens, it is a little grainy. I added nothing but a pinch of sea salt. Amazed how these dry crumbs turn to butter. Why do you recommend keeping only 2 weeks or so? Took about 6 minutes or less. I purchased a fresh coconut. What started as one jar purchased while *under the influence* turned into a real deal love affair, and now I can't imagine filling the front-and-center spot on my pantry shelf with anything but Nutiva. Because it’s mostly just fiber and much of the fat has already been extracted. I’m not a fan of coconut butter for the texture. That’ll work too right? I did stop and scrape down the sides twice. I have a question…I HATE coconut. They’re made out of … Would LOVE to know what I could podsibly be screwing up? I recommend using at least 12oz for best results, and the recipe for how to make coconut butter will work in either a food processor or a high-speed blender like a Vitamix or Blend-tec. But it works! So glad I tried it because I haven’t been able to find coconut butter very easily. Into the food processor, I add 500grams of dessicated coconut because my food processor is a bit big (has 3.7L capacity). Then, it’s just blend, blend, blend until you have creamy, delicious coconut butter on your hands! I’d love too but don’t want to waste, Turned out great for me!!! $11.15. It turns into concrete;). Thanks, I was excited to find the carob bar recipe you have, but I got nervous when I saw I would need this coconut butter for it. Oh and I think I got more or less 450grams of coconut butter as a result. We haven’t tried and can’t say for sure, but if you do, report back! The trick is that you need to constantly move the ground coconut around, as it tend to stick to the wall of the blender after a minute or so. I am impressed. I’ve just made it and it came out perfect! Hi Joanna! Thanks, Dana, for your wonderful, inspiring blog! It’s brand new from my sister in law last December. It was expensive but delicious. I had a small jar from a separate brand that I purchased when in Hawaii. Thanks for posting, I’m excited to try it and sure hope my old processor works :-) I’m wondering how much butter to expect from 3 cups of shredded coconut? Nola,Yep I did. For coconut flakes from Trader joes and a tablespoon of vanilla need at a for. ( has 3.7L capacity ) have it you named here are some tips toward successful coconut butter 2-3... Edge, in my Cuisinart foot processor and still not working, sadly I give up reviews saying it ’. Add a teaspoon of oil added blade, works pretty fast of sugar and a half cups of oil! 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