Raw, extra-virgin and unprocessed Coconut Butter. No nasty additives, Pipkin is just coconut flesh, cold-pressed and sourced from tropical Sri Lanka.
Like all things Pipkin, coconut butter is made purely from coconuts, natural unrefined and full of goodness. Our coconut butter spreads like butter, smooth and velvety. It’s made from the whole coconut including the flesh – no nasty additives, no mucking about with nature.
The perfect baking dairy-free, gluten free and nut-free substitute. Use as a healthier alternative to cream cheese, peanut butter, cream, margarine and butter. Full of flavour, Pipkin Coconut Butter is perfect for adding a little tropical taste when spread over toast, stirred into curries and baked into sweet treats.
Full of healthy fats and fibre from the coconut meat, it can also be eaten on its own to curb sweet cravings!
Perfection in a Jar
100% CERTIFIED ORGANIC BY THE SOIL ASSOCIATION – 100% Raw, Pure, Cold-Pressed, Unrefined, Unbleached, Virgin Coconut Butter, No Added Preservatives. Better for The Planet and Better for You
SUITABLE FOR VEGETARIANS AND VEGANS – Dairy-free, Gluten-free, Nut-free & Cholesterol Free. Made with the whole coconut including the nutritious and delicious coconut meat.
GLUTEN-FREE NATURAL REPLACEMENT for refined sugars, cream, butter & margarine. A nut-free substitute for peanut & almond butter. Perfect for baking.
ADDS NUTRITION TO YOUR DIET – No added sugars, completely raw, natural product. One tablespoon of coconut butter provides 2 grams of fibre as well as potassium, magnesium, and iron.
HARVESTED FROM LUSH COCONUT PLANTATIONS IN SRI LANKA – coconut sourced for its premium quality.
Want to know how to use Pipkin Coconut Butter? Here’s some inspiration…
- Spoon it straight from the jar. It’s a sweet healthy alternative for elevenses
- Spread it over toast for a filling breakfast
- Stir into a curry sauce
- Use it as a dairy substitute for baking
- Make a coconut icing for your cakes
- Add it to a smoothie, for a taste of the tropical
- Great as a topping for berries instead of yoghurt