This is a easy healthy recipe that is a great addition to any healthy diet. It is also a great breakfast or a treat and it only has five ingredients:
Every coconut has it's own texture some will be harder than others there is no way of being able to know when you purchase. So if the coconut is harder in texture you will need to blend it longer.
There are always at least two sides to every story. Some of us believe that fat is bad for you and other believe that fat is good for you. I am on the side of fats being good for you but your concern should be what type of fat and how much (too much of anything is not a good thing). Coconut is one of the good fats especially when it is in it's natural state like in this recipe. Your body needs fats for all types of reasons. The problem with fats comes in when it is refined (that is the same for any fat). It is a complete protein food @15% when taken in its natural form. The caprilic and capric fats are used to make medium-chain triglycerides which are then used for energy that lowers cholesterol from fat metabolism, which creates half as much acid as sugar metabolism. (Dr. Robert Young - Back to the House of Health 2)