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Homemade Coconut Butter: A Versatile and Delicious Treat

Discover the magic of homemade coconut butter – a simple yet delightful addition to your culinary delights.

Welcome to our kitchen corner! Today, we're exploring the wonders of homemade coconut butter, a versatile and delicious spread that’s surprisingly easy to make. Its unique ability to transform the taste and texture of various dishes makes it a must-try for any food enthusiast.

The Magic of Coconut Butter

  • Texture and Flavor: Adds a rich, creamy texture and a nutty, sweet flavor to dishes.
  • Versatile Use: From toppings on desserts to spreads on bread, its uses are endless.
  • Health Benefits: Coconut is known for its healthy fats and nutrients.

Homemade Coconut Butter Recipe


  • 3 cups (12 ounces) unsweetened coconut flakes


  1. Toast the Coconut: In a skillet over medium heat, toast 2 cups of coconut flakes for about 3 minutes or until golden.
  2. Blend: Transfer toasted and raw coconut flakes to a food processor. Blend for about 10 minutes, scraping down the sides occasionally, until smooth.
  3. Store: Transfer to an airtight glass container, let cool, and store at room temperature.

Tips and Tricks

  • Batch Size: Make at least two cups’ worth of flakes to ensure proper blending.
  • Texture: Homemade coconut butter has a slightly gritty texture, which many find appealing.
  • Variations: Experiment by adding macadamia nuts or a dash of sea salt for different flavors.
  • Storage: Keep at room temperature to maintain spreadability.

Creative Ways to Use Coconut Butter

  • Toppings: Drizzle over ice cream or yogurt for a hard shell-like topping.
  • Spread: Use on banana bread, pumpkin bread, or as icing on chocolate cake.
  • Pancake Topping: A delightful addition to carrot cake pancakes or banana oat pancakes.
  • Dessert Ingredient: Enhance the flavor of desserts like whole wheat waffles.


  • Sweetening: If desired, add agave nectar to the final product.
  • Melting Tips: Gently simmer the jar in water or place on an electric candle warmer to melt.
  • Avoid Microwaving: Coconut butter can easily burn in the microwave.


Homemade coconut butter is not just a spread; it’s a culinary game-changer. Its simplicity, combined with its ability to elevate the taste of various dishes, makes it a valuable addition to your pantry. Give it a try and experience the delightful transformation it brings to your meals and desserts!


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  • Danielle Lasit