Coconut Flavouring

Coconut flavouring

Coconut Flavouring

Coconut flavouring is a great addition to sweet foods like cakes, icing and pies. It also adds a wonderful flavor to drinks and sauces.

Natural flavourings can be sourced from plants, animals* or chemicals* in a lab. Artificial flavourings are likely to contain histamine liberating ingredients so should be avoided on a low histamine diet.

Product Description

Coconut flavouring is an alcohol-based liquid that offers a strong and authentic tropical flavor. It is perfect for adding to frostings, pies, cookies, syrups, beverages, and Coconut flavouring more! The clear extract contains natural flavors that are FDA approved, glycerine, and cane sugar alcohol. This is a great alternative to using actual coconut, which is oftentimes difficult to find or expensive to purchase.

The powder form of this product mixes well with dry ingredients in baking and is heat stable. It pairs well with both sweet and savory flavors, including nuts like Brazil nut and macadamia, citrus, chocolate, and vanilla. It can also be used as a substitute for oil in homemade ice cream. Gelatech uses a high-quality coconut flavouring powder that is derived from coconuts sourced in Sulu, an archipelago province in the Philippines. This natural flavouring is a more sustainable source of coconut than oil because it doesn’t require stripping the bark from the Massoia tree, which ultimately kills the tree [9].

This water soluble extract is suitable for commercial and home use and can be added to cakes, cookies, and specialty or regional recipes. The clear ingredient is also ideal for adding a tropical flavor to smoothies, protein drinks, and RTU beverages. This product comes with a label that includes instructions, measurements, and a Best If Used By date.


Coconut is a popular ingredient in desserts and sweet dishes, but it also adds tropical flavor to savory recipes. It can be used in savory recipes like curries and stews, or added to beverages such as smoothies, cocktails, and coffee.

OliveNation’s Coconut Extract for Baking is a clear, water-soluble ingredient with high-quality natural coconut flavors to deliver an authentic, true-to-ingredient taste. It’s a great choice for adding coconut flavor to baking, including cakes, cookies, icings, and puddings. This coconut extract is also ideal for adding flavor to pure white frostings and beverages.

This product contains alcohol, which helps to extract the coconut flavor. However, it is free of gluten and other allergens for those with sensitivities. The alcohol content is less than 5%, so it won’t affect the texture of your baked goods.

Unlike coconut oil, which is made from the flesh of a coconut and has a higher fat content, coconut extract is made without any extra oil. It will also not add the same level of moisture to your recipes, so it may react differently in some cases. For this reason, creamed coconut is a better substitute for coconut extract in most recipes. You can make your own creamed coconut by melting shredded coconut in a pan over medium heat until it starts to brown.

Shelf Life

Coconut oil is a cooking and beauty staple, with a long list of uses. But like other oils and fats, it can go bad if not stored correctly. Thankfully, the shelf life of coconut oil is fairly long when stored properly. Unlike some other cooking oils, coconut oil is a solid at room temperature and has the longest shelf life of all cooking oils when unrefined. Refined coconut oil has a slightly shorter lifespan, but still ranks high among other cooking oils.

A good way to tell if your coconut oil has gone bad is by its texture. It should be either liquid or solid, depending on whether it was stored at room temperature or in the fridge. It should also have a consistent texture with no chunks or unevenness. If your coconut oil has become runny or gritty, or if it smells off or tastes rancid, then it is time to chuck it out and buy a new bottle.

You can extend the shelf life of your coconut oil by keeping it tightly sealed when not in use. This will keep out air and other contaminants that can cause it to spoil faster. It is best to store your coconut oil in its original storage container and reseal it after each use. The odor of your coconut oil is another good indicator of its freshness. Rancid cooking oils often have a soapy or unpleasant aroma, and can be a sign of mold or other problems.


With proper storage, this Coconut flavouring has a shelf life of up to 2 years. It should be kept in a cool, dry place away from sources of heat and moisture, such as a pantry or cupboard. Avoid storing this oil near foods with strong odors as it may absorb them and cause off-flavors. It is important to store this product in a sealed container when not in use, as air exposure can affect its quality and stability.

Unlike fresh coconut, this flavoring is much more consistent and offers a convenient alternative that can be used in a wide variety of dishes. It can be added to baked goods, frostings, pies, and more, as well as used in savory cooking applications for a tropical twist. It can also be used as a substitute for actual coconut milk in recipes, depending on the desired consistency and texture of the final dish.

This Coconut syrup is packaged in a distinctive bottle that offers an attractive appearance on your counter top. It can be paired with one of Capora’s compatible pumps (sold separately) for easy service during peak serving hours, and it is ready to pour directly into hot or cold beverages. It is made in the USA with high-quality ingredients and is Kosher certified by the Orthodox Union. It is vegan, sugar-free, and gluten-free, making it a suitable choice for almost any menu.

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