Coconut Candy

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A delicious, mildly sweet candy requires only one ingredient, coconut butter. Coconut butter is simply the blended meat of a coconut. Some manufactures label this as "Coconut Manna". Before you can make candy, check to see if the coconut fat has seprated and risen to the top of the jar; if so, you will need to melt the contents of the jar to re-emulsify it. After you have re-mixed the contents you are ready to pour it into candy molds (or you can allow it harden and melt it later). To avoid burning, melt a chunk in a silicone egg poaching cup over a mug warmer. The silicone cup is flexible and will allow you to easily pour the melted coconut butter into candy molds.

15gm of Coconut Butter has 102 Calories - 4.5:1 Ratio (Note that carbohydrate and calories from Fiber have been subtracted):

10.3gm Fat

1.14gm Carb

1.14gm Protein


Cocout Butter (also called Coconut Manna)


  • Melt the coconut butter gently just until it is a creamy peanut butter consistency; be careful not to burn it.
  • Pour or spoon into candy molds.
  • Refrigerate at least 10 minutes to harden. Refrigerate for up to several weeks in a closed container.




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