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Dairy-Free Coconut & White Chocolate Shake

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Need to satisfy a white chocolate craving pronto? This healthy Dairy-Free Coconut and White Chocolate Shake is packed full of healthy with a generous amount of delish! With the quick energy of MCTs and antioxidants of raw cacao butter, you can feel good about this vegan and Paleo shake for a quick snack or dessert!

Need to satisfy a white chocolate craving pronto?

This healthy Dairy-Free Coconut and White Chocolate Shake is packed full of healthy with a generous amount of delish… because Wildly Organic’s Raw Cacao Butter just makes you happy!

This lovely fat forms the basis of chocolate, which makes just about anyone happy. The “Happiness Factor” comes from cacao butter’s potential ability to raise endorphins and feel-good hormones, like serotonin, dopamine, and oxytocin! Cacao butter also contains vitamins, minerals, flavanoids, and antioxidants to nourish and replenish your body.

Coconut milk contains medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) which are thought to boost energy and metabolism. Because MCTs metabolize more quickly than other fats, your body uses MCTs for quick energy — before it has a chance to settle on your waist. Coconut milk also contains lauric acid — a fatty acid with antiviral and antibacterial properties.

Put those two together and you’ve got a healthy, nourishing, happiness-filled treat!

Use Wildly Organic’s Coconut Milk Powder For This Coconut and White Chocolate Shake

When testing this recipe, we tried both full-fat canned coconut milk and Wildly Organic’s Coconut Milk Powder. The consensus was that the coconut milk powder made the best smoothie. It gives more of a coconut flavor than the canned coconut milk. (Never tried Wildly Organic’s Coconut Milk Powder? Here are 4 reasons to keep it in your pantry!)

If you prefer a milder coconut flavor, feel free to use canned coconut milk.

This simple, yet yummy shake has amazing white chocolate flavor and nourishing fats to help you stay satiated!

Want more delicious, nutritious white chocolate recipes? These will satisfy your cravings…

Have you ever made a white chocolate shake?

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Dairy-Free Coconut & White Chocolate Shake
This healthy shake is packed full of healthy MCTs, lauric acid, and the feel-good antioxidants of raw cacao butter. Enjoy it for an afternoon snack or quick dessert!
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  1. Gently warm cacao butter over low heat until just melted and set aside.
  2. To a blender jar, add water, coconut milk powder (see notes), coconut syrup, vanilla, and salt.
  3. Blend on low until smooth.
  4. Increase blender's speed to high and add the ice (start with 1-1/2 cup and add more if desired to get the thickness you prefer), using a tamper to guide the ice toward the blades (if you have one, otherwise you may need to stop the blender a few times and scrape the sides down).
  5. Once your shake is smooth, slowly drizzle in the melted cacao butter and blend for an additional 30 seconds.
  6. Pour into a glass and enjoy!
Recipe Notes

Full-fat canned coconut milk can be used. Omit the water and use 2/3 cup canned coconut milk. It will have a more subtle coconut flavor.

Do not use lite coconut milk or other watered-down nut milks. There isn't enough fat to properly emulsify the cacao butter.

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