Anthony’s Organic Coconut Milk Powder

$19.99 Our Price
1 lb Size
Quantity
  • Organic Coconut Milk Powder Batch Tested and Verified
  • Gluten Free
  • Product of Vietnam, Packed in California
  • Packaged in a 1lb Resealable Bag
  • USDA Certified Organic, Non-GMO, Vegan & Dairy Free

Reviews

Pooky Bear

I mostly got the Anthony's Organic Coconut Milk Powder to try as a creamer. I will be traveling to France for two weeks and am dairy free and I've read that coffe shops that offer almond or coconut creamers as an alternative are few and far between. While I will be VERY close to Burnt Coffee Bean Central or as hubby calls them "Factory coffee", I prefer to avoid them at ALL costs. So I tried it the first day and felt like I needed a lot of it and I could taste the coconut flavor. That is not offensive to me and I was surprised that I could even taste it because I eat a lot of coconut products but it's probably because most recently I'd been using almond creamer in my coffee. Day two I decided to try the same amount (10g) that is in a serving of Coconut Clouds dried Coconut Milk Creamer and it seems to have "whitened" my coffee enough for my taste and the coconut flavor is still very slight to me. I even let my coffee sit a while and added a little more to 'warm' it back up and I still didn't have any problem dissolving the powder in my coffee. I didn't actually use measuring spoons the first time just the Tbs you eat with. 1 Yes there's a creamy like film on top but there was also one on the CC creamer. 2 No it did not seem 'oily' to me. 3 Yes it did disolve completely and fairly quickly/easily for me. 4 No it did not have or leave a 'grainy' texture/feel in my coffee at all. 5 Yes I would recommend as a powdered non-dairy coffee creamer. 6 No it was not 'clumpy' for me (best by date on my bag was 04/28/2020 maybe when it's a little older 🤷🏻‍♀️) 7 No I did not feel the need to stir before each sip. 8 No I have not had issues with my resealable bag but if I had, I'd just transfer to a Mason jar and not hold it against the product. 9 No it does not have mixing directions on package to make 'milk'. I feel like it's unfair to rate a product lower because you didn't like the price or it got damaged in shipping. We're supposed to be rating the product, which is why I read the negative comments first so I can see if people are being petty and can discount them. Then I read their other reviews to see if they love complaining about everything. Really puts their reviews into perspective.

Maria M

When I bought my first bag of coconut milk powder, I wasn't sure what to do with it. My recipes were experimental and, mostly, a flop. I finally figured out how to make my own coconut whipped cream, though. Basically, it's two parts coconut milk powder to one part almost-boiling water. Add sweetener to taste. It's best to whip it with a mixer, the longer the better. A little coconut milk powder makes a big batch of coconut whipped cream, and it tastes every bit as good as it does when you use coconut milk in a can. Kept in a covered dish in the fridge, it lasts a few days. This is much more economical, plus you don't have to worry about preservatives.

SF Dana

I had ordered the Wilderness Family Naturals Organic Coconut Milk Powder 100% Certified Organic Coconut Milk Powder, Vegan, Dairy-Free, 1 Pound Wildly Organic a couple of times and was very happy with it. When I saw that this one was Amazon's Choice and $4 less, I decided to give it a try. I'm sorry to say it's just not as good as the other one. I did a side-by-side taste test and the Anthony's has a more sour, almost like slightly spoiled taste to it, while the Wilderness Family is really like fresh, sweet, creamy coconut. I mix them into my coffee, so it's not so noticeable when mixed in, but if I ever got a lump of the other one, it was pleasant to let it dissolve in my mouth... not so much this one. Definitely worth a few extra bucks to get that dreamy, pure, sweet coconut taste. Sorry Anthony's, you need to step up your game. 156 people found this helpful

David

Rancid. Remember how older coconut can taste funky like soap? Well this is it. No way to use it and NO REFUND ON BAD GROCERY. BUYER BEWARE. I realize some people cant taste rancidity and will eat it anyway but rancid fats are carcinogenic. Anthonys is nirmally a good company but putting this product out with no way to contact them or return to alert them of ruined product is a bad idea for both Anthonys and Amazon

Melissa Kaplan (MK)

I was looking for powdered coconut milk to work out a DIY primal collagen-coconut milk mix recipe. I ordered Anthony's and have been happy with it, enough so that I re-ordered it when I needed more. I use it in soups and curries, too, as well as coffee and tea (including making dairy-free Thai iced tea). I find re-sealable bags to be annoying to work with so I did what I usually do: poured the coconut milk powder into a glass canning jar. I ran the powdered coconut milk through my food processor first to get rid of the inevitible clumping that happens when a naturally oily product sits for a while on a shelf and gets tossed around a bit during shipping.