- 300 g Coconut chips, Desiccated Coconut also works
- 30 g cold pressed, coconut oil
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- Place Coconut Chips into thermomix bowl and blend 1 min/spd 9
- Scrape down side of bowl and add coconut oil blend 2 mins/spd 9
- Repeat above step 2, four times or until until a butter consistency is achieved.
- Place coconut butter into a clean jar.
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This will last a long time in a glass jar in the pantry.
It will harden similiarly to coconut oil in the colder weather.
Add cacao/cocoa in for a chocolate treat.
Great used in raw sweets.
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