16 May 2011

So Delicious, So What!?

I finally found So Delicious Unsweetened Coconut Milk at the store 
but I need your help because I don't know what I should make!

Any suggestions?


Leah @ Why Deprive? said... [reply]

I LOOOVVVEEEE this stuff! Its great in smoothies.

Anonymous said... [reply]

You can add it to your oatmeal instead of water or make baked oatmeal with coconut milk, it is delicious :)

Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen said... [reply]

I love it! It's perfect for baking, making puddings and in soups!

Crystal said... [reply]

I've been curious what this would taste like (hot cocoa from Oh She Glows)

Miri Leigh said... [reply]

This milk looks like a perfect ingredient in so many recipes! Thanks for posting :)

Natalie said... [reply]

I've never had it, but I would probably use it in a smoothie/shake! I want to know if it tastes slightly coconutty...but haven't wanted to commit to a big container. Let me know what you think!

Anonymous said... [reply]

i love it! i use it for choco-cado pudding! blend an avocado, 1c coconut milk, 1-2 tbsp cocoa and sweetener of choice. so thick and creamy!

Anonymous said... [reply]

One of your amazing muffin, granola recipe crumbled into some milk!! Or oats blended with some banana, milk and honey is delish! And a personal favourite is red lentil Dahl with potatoes and coconut milk;

1 cup red lentils
1 can coconut milk
1 tablespoon curry powder
2 russet potatoes
1/3 cup yogourt, for garnish
cilantro, minced for garnish

Pick over lentils and rinse. In a heavy pot with a lid combine peas, milk curry powder and one cup of water. Bring to a boil then reduce to a simmer. Partially cover the pot and let cook for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally. Peel potatoes and chop into large chunks. Add potatoes to the pot and cover, cook for 10 minutes. Give it a good stir and add a big pinch of salt. Continue cooking until lentils and potatoes are tender, if it seems dry you can add a bit more water. When tender add a big grinding of fresh pepper and adjust for salt. Serve topped with yogourt and fresh cilantro.

Fresh Local and Best said... [reply]

You should add chia seeds and agave nectar, wait 20 minutes and enjoy the pudding that transpires.

Missy said... [reply]

Smoothie with coconut water, pineapple (just a tad) and banana (just a tad).
Like a pina cool-ada. Cause I am cool like dat. Ya dig?

Chelsea said... [reply]

I noticed that Loblaws started carrying that milk recently! I want to try it out too!

Anonymous said... [reply]

I think it makes okay smoothies but the best, creamiest hot oats EVER!!

Kat @ Cupcake Kat said... [reply]

You should make panackes or hot chocolate. I have been looking for that milk everywhere but can't find it! I love coconut milk

Tine said... [reply]

Oatmeal, oatmeal, oatmeal! :)

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

I use it in oatmeal.

Anonymous said... [reply]

This is totally random, but the nutrition label on Francine's bars is totally wrong. I wasn't sure if you were aware of it, but if you add up the calories per gram of fat/carb/protein, many of her bars are easily over 200 calories but the label says it's only 130 or 145 or something.

If you look at these two examples, you can see the discrepancy:


That's all. Thought you might want to know. :)

Courtney (Pancakes and Postcards) said... [reply]

i have something similar in the fridge now and also don't know what to do with it. let me know what you decide. :)

Gillian said... [reply]

Coconut "milkshake"!

Emily said... [reply]

i sub coconut milk for regular milk in pancakes or any baked good that requires milk. :)

Anonymous said... [reply]

I love making oatmeal with coconut milk...I'm such a sucker for coconut flavoured anything!

I like the sound of coconut cocoa!

Ada said... [reply]

Ooo coconut pudding sounds yummy to me! I'm sure it would be great in oatmeal also.

erica said... [reply]

I am addicted to this - beyond addicted its kinda unreal how I have become dependent on it!


Kath (My Funny Little Life) said... [reply]

You could make a tropical smoothie with coconut milk, bananas, and pineapple!

Francine's Finest Food Products Inc. said... [reply]

Hey Kelsey,Your recipes look so darn good I must say!!! Francine Burnett

Alex@Spoonful of Sugar Free said... [reply]

Make some yummy smoothies ;)

Gail for So Delicious Dairy Free said... [reply]

Hi Kelsey! We're so glad you discovered So Delicious Coconut Milk. Your readers have been giving you lots of delicious ideas! Feel free to use So Delicious in the same way you would use dairy in just about any recipe that calls for milk. We also have some delicious recipe ideas on our website, which you can check out here: http://sodeliciousdairyfree.com/prod_user/prod_recipes/recipes.php

LeQuan said... [reply]

Omg! I totally need to find this. Sorry, I'm trying to catch up on a lot of my blog reading. Great to see you on FB too, Kelsey :-D

Anonymous said... [reply]

What a bummer!!! I see that the ingredients in this carton of coconut milk are just that---organic coconut milk. That's how it is supposed to be. I just looked at my carton, (same brand, unsweeted, etc) and there are far more additives now. I suppose it is due to the increased popularity of coconut milk. What a disappointment. Props to you, though! :)

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