Tired of the same flavours? Are you wanting to experiment with different products?  Have you tried the different coconut products that we have?  Coconut Secrets offers a variety of products that will increase the flavour intensity of everyday meals.

These products are made from the sap that a coconut tree produces, much like how a maple tree is tapped to produce maple syrup.  Unlike the process that is used to create maple syrup, the sap from the coconut trees is not boiled at high temperatures, this allows them to stay in a raw form.    The sap is naturally sweet and very rich in nutrients, is low glycemic, contains 17 different amino acids, has a wide range of vitamin B’s, and other minerals.   Unlike other coconut nectars and aminos on the market, all of the Coconut Secrets products are 100% raw, 100% organic, gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free, and GMO-free.

Coconut Nectar

Looking for something different to put on your pancakes or as a sweetener in teas? Then you might want to try Coconut Nectar.  This product can be a replacement in any recipe that calls for a liquid sweetener.  Coconut Secrets Coconut Nectar has many different uses; it can be used as syrup or sweetener, in things like smoothies, teas, a topping on your favourite cereal or an additive to that family favourite dessert recipe. The Nectar has the consistency of molasses, but has a lighter sweeter taste.  It may remind you of products that have a maple or caramel flavours, yet in its own way it is lighter and has more complex flavouring


Coconut Aminos

Wanting to try something different when cooking dinner?  This sweet and salty “soy sauce” like product is amazing to add to meals.  It is excellent in sautes, as a marinade for your favourite teriyaki dish.  Use it anywhere you would use tamari or soy sauce.   When cooking with it though be careful until you are familiar with the product as it has a low boiling point.  This product has a natural fermentation process which helps aids with digestion and tastes close to soy sauce but it not as salty.   The product is made by fermenting the coconut nectar and adding some salt and water to it.   Simple and tasty.


Coconut Vinegar

Tired of using Apple Cider Vinegar?  It might be time to try coconut vinegar, as it has the same alkalizing effect to the body. This naturally fermented product is great in dressings, marinades, sauces and can also help produce HCL (hydrochloric acid) to aid in digestion.  This product is not as harsh in taste as apple cider vinegar, it is light and has a faint sweetness taste to it.


Coconut Crystals

Wanting to add a new element of flavour to your baking?  Coconut Crystals, which is just another name for coconut sugar, is a great substitute to regular sugar products.  It is produced at a very low temperature to allow the moisture to evaporate and the sugars to crystallize.  This is one of the only coconut sugars on the market that is truly raw and not boiled.  This product can be used in any recipe that calls for sugar, over cereal, in teas, or even just as a snack as it can be very addictive 🙂  (although we don’t recommend eating sweeteners out of tin).  Coconut crystals may remind you of maple sugar.


Coconut Flour

This raw coconut flour comes from the actual coconut and has very low carbohydrates, and is low in calories and fats.  Coconut flour contains 40% dietary fiber and can help balance your blood sugar level.  It is great to use when thickening gravy, as a supplement in smoothies, and when baking.  Be careful when baking though, as it absorbs a lot of moisture your recipes will have to be adjusted to allow for this factor.  This gluten free flour is a great option for people who have gluten allergies or those just looking for a gluten free flour.


What have you made with these products? Any great recipes out there that are a must try?  We would love to hear about them.


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