Inari Organic Toasted Coconut Flakes
270 g
Toasted coconut is a great topping for lots of foods, from thai dishes to ice cream! You can add coconut flakes to cereal, trail mix and baking for a rich, colourful taste. Or just eat it straight from the bag! You really can't go wrong with coconut flakes.

  • Certified Organic by Ecocert
  • Country of Origin: Sri Lanka

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Odette: a couple of weeks ago

Perfect for Reine Elizabeth cake, and home made bars!

Penny: a few months ago

I buy these when they are on sale. Use them on smoothie bowls, in chocolate seed bark or just eat them alone for a natural sweet snack! Love em!!

Rhonda: a few months ago

This Product is fantastic! Natural sweetness no sugar required.

Melanie: about a year ago

Wonderful product! Better then the added sugar varieties.

Krista: more than a year ago

I love these coconut flakes. I go through a few bags myself a month. Great texture and I appreciate that there are no additional sweeteners added, just toasted coconut. These flakes elevate my smoothie bowls and homemade trail mix.

Tea: more than a year ago

This toasted coconut has been growing on me just that much more as time passes. Ordering some more.

Tea: more than a year ago

Inari Vs Rockwell's
I prefer the texture of the Inari, my beau prefers the taste and of the Rockwell's. Neither are near the best toasted coconut I have had, but both are okay and would add a nice touch when added to cooking and/or baking.

I like to make my own coconut milk, which is can be made using fresh coconut 'or' dried unsweetened all natural coconut. It's simple and quick to make, especially if one follows a recipe which doesn't require any sort of straining or pressing. In the case of dried coconut, it's 1 cup of dried unsweetened coconut to 3 or 4 cups of water in a blender, blended well, and you're done. While I don't specifically recall reading about toasted coconut being used for the making of homemade coconut milk, I'm going to give it a whirl, to see if I prefer the unsweetened, toasted, coconut milkā€¦ or the unsweetened, not toasted, coconut milk. Fresh coconut is best of course, but not always an option (made similarly).

Melodie: more than a year ago

This brings coconut to an all new level! Toasted coconut is so much better than plain coconut. You will even trade chips for these delicious flakes! You're in for a treat!

Sam: more than a year ago

Amazing! I agree with Salome by far the highest quality dried coconut I have ever had.

Salome: more than a year ago

Higher quality than any other brand I've tried.

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