You might have heard coconut is good for you but are you stumped when it comes to how to include it in your cooking routine? Or are you concerned that the coconut flavour might overpower your dish? Last month we worked with some amazing food bloggers who made simple to follow and delicious recipes to introduce you to these easy, healthy swaps that will have you choosing #coconut4life.
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Coconut milk is dairy free so can be used as a milk substitute by vegans or those with lactose intolerance.
Coconut oil is ideal for high-heat cooking, as it does not transform into trans fat or lose its nutritional value when heated. It is also a great vegan substitute for butter. Grace Virgin Coconut Oil is cold pressed without the use of Hexane to retain its natural goodness; it is not refined, bleached or deodorized, to ensure that the lauric acid which stimulates metabolism remains intact and is heart healthy.
Grace Coconut Sugar is a 1:1 substitute for brown sugar. It is a rich, unrefined natural sugar with a slight butterscotch and caramel taste. It is a low calorie sweetener that contains inulin, which slows the rate of absorption into the bloodstream and gives
coconut sugar a lower Glycemic Index than regular table sugar, thereby limiting glucose fluctuations and blood sugar spikes often associated with other sugars.
For more information on Grace Coconut products, click here.
Special thanks to all bloggers who participated in the Grace #Coconut4life campaign: