Recipe Directions

Blend the shredded coconut, nut mylk if using (otherwise you can use water), and coconut oil/butter for a while until a ‘butter’ forms. Then add the pineapple and more water for desired consistency. If you are using the maca and lucuma, add those in the end too.

Redhouse's Thoughts

My 6 year old is craving fats lately so I made this for her as a smoothie. I made too much (it was too heavy for me), and poured the rest into popsicle makers. She ate one for breakfast.

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This sounds delicious for the hot days coming up. In the recipe box it goes!

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I gotta get me some coconut!!!

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sounds appetizing! thank you!

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I would say yes, mango would substitute but perhaps with less coconut. Because mango can be stringy, I would blend it really well. I am curious why you don't pineapple, and root veggies for that matter (I learned from another thread). I like learning about why people eat what they eat.

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Yes redhouse I love this, I am tryin to get as much MACA into my wife as possible, during her so call MOMMY TIME you know the PMS stage. I wonder if I could trade out the pineapple for mangoe. We don't eat pineapple. What do you think, maybe add a lil agave to kick the sweetness up a notch.

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