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Coconut milk leftovers?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created April 24, 2013 at 11:36 PM

Ok, so I am fairly new to paleo and have only recently been trying out new recipes. Before I was only modifying my go-to meals and cutting out anything that had flour. I have to say that the change has been AMAZING... I'm down nearly 30 lbs, with out even trying :-) and I feel awesome, my migraines have nearly disappeared and my energy is way up.

Any who, my situation is this: I was craving something sweet and drinking water and eating almonds did not help ;-) I'm sure this is because I'm due to have my monthly friend stop by any minute and my hormones are not completely under control. So I decided to make a paleo cupcake and a frosting. Which was amazing btw, however, the recipe called for 1 can full fat coconut milk. Then to only use top layer of the separated milk. So, my question is what can I do with the rest? I don't want it to go to waste and there are a number of other recipes that call for the fatty part but not the water part, so what do you do with the left overs?

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I'd like ideas on this too. It's too watery to do much with. I usually end up letting it sit in the fridge and then tossing... maybe could use in a smoothie?

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on April 25, 2013
at 01:19 AM

Drink it. Yum! Tastes best when cold.

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on April 24, 2013
at 11:41 PM

U can whip it same as u do dairy cream.. put of a dollop it in coffee..or on top of fruits if u like :)

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