Reminds me of the malts I used to get as a kid.

Recipe Directions

Put everything in the blender for about 3-5 minutes. You can adjust the sweetness and the chocolatiness with agave. Sometimes the shake is really thick and sometimes not, depending on the thickness of the coconut meat. Sometimes I add a little water to adjust the consistency. As always with raw, experiment with the proportions.

This is an awesome pickup in the middle of the day.

Redhouse's Thoughts

Reminds me of the malts I used to get as a kid.

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I really want to get some maca powder and when I do Ill def try this!

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i've tried this recipe without the maca but with everything else and vanilla in addition and i added ice blended in my champ blender (similar to vitamix) and the texture came out malty like milk shake. so, you don't need the maca.

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Yeah it's the maca... I live with this lady and we play around with this recipe a bit. Sometimes there is some carob in there and sometimes a little mesquite, sometimes all 3. Just make sure if you use mesquite to only use enough to ad flavor because this stuff can take over a smoothie in no time. Carob works really well with chocolate I've found.

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Maca can give things a "malty" taste. I love the stuff!

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This sounds great!!...what makes it tastes "malty"? I'll have to try it and see for myself.

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