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    How to flavor thick coconut milk?

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    Been adding it to my coffee, but it's been a lot of coffee! I want to cut back to one cup a day or less, but need my coconut milk in the morning! Berries? What can I do to flavor it up?


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    Cocoa powder, cinnamon, nutmeg...
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    I love adding the juice of a lemon/lime and a tiny amount of stevia. Tastes just like full fat yogurt! =)

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    I like cubed sweet potatoes or squash plus cinnamon and nutmeg all simmered in coconut milk.

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    Why do you need to flavor coconut milk? It's delicious as it is.
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    Touch of vanilla and stevia is good for an alternative to the regular(but good!) coconut flavor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    Why do you need to flavor coconut milk? It's delicious as it is.
    Because I get bored of the pure coconut taste if I were to drink/eat some every day?

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    Because I get bored of the pure coconut taste if I were to drink/eat some every day?
    This. It's fine warm and plain, but I thought it might be fun to add berries and such. I did add some berries that I'd heated and mushed up. It was amazing, like 10x better than something you'd buy at Starbucks.


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    Try mojomilk in it. It's like chocolate milk shake (plus you get probiotic)
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    I like a hint of peppermint on occasion. Most of the time I add berries, cocoa or vanilla.

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