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Discover Coconut Milk

The Difference Coconut Milk Makes

Prized in traditional Thai cuisine for its delicate taste and luxurious, creamy texture, coconut milk is an essential in the everyday kitchen. Use it to create rich flavor within authentic Thai dishes like curries and peanut satay sauce, as well as in many mainstream recipes for soups, beverages and sweets. It's also a delicious addition to your favorite baked or frozen desserts, too.

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Watch this video to find out why our mild and creamy coconut milk is not a substitute - it’s an upgrade. What will you make?

How Thai Kitchen Coconut Milk Is Made

A good-for-you alternative to dairy milk and other plant-based milk products, Thai Kitchen Coconut Milk contains only three pure ingredients: coconut milk, guar gum (for added creaminess) and water. It’s also gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan.

Kitchen Basics Bone Broth is certified “heart healthy” by the American Heart Association®. Kitchen Basics Bone Broth is certified “heart healthy” by the American Heart Association®.

Our coconut milk is traditionally made by soaking the white insides of fresh, organic Thai coconuts in hot water. The solid coconut is then strained out to leave behind smooth, nutrient-rich milk, with a texture and density similar to whole milk.

Kitchen Basics Bone Broth is certified “heart healthy” by the American Heart Association®. Kitchen Basics Bone Broth is certified “heart healthy” by the American Heart Association®.

Usage Tips

- Add to smoothies for a creamy, non-dairy upgrade
- Substitute one can oil for water for an extra-moist cake
- Stir into oatmeal, coffee and tea
- Mix into stir-fries, soups, curries and sauces

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