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07-Jun-2011

Creamy and Dreamy

Coconut's Blissful Evolution - A Dedicated Email

Can a dessert be divinely delicious as well as nutritious, sustainable and vegan? Many folks are looking for alternatives to dairy products, unhealthy fats and refined sugar—the main ingredients in traditional ice cream. What’s a taste bud to do? Go nuts over coconuts, the fruit of the palm tree that Pacific Islanders have long regarded as both a source of food and medicine. Coconut milk provides vitamins, minerals and a source of saturated fat that helps reduce the risk of heart disease and increases your good HDL cholesterol levels. Coconut milk also aids weight loss and boosts the immune system.

For this reason (and many others), Luna and Larry have been using coconut milk in their kitchen for years. Inspiration struck Luna one day when she reached for a can of coconut milk to make a frozen treat —and Coconut Bliss was born. This yummy frozen treat is a perfect alternative to dairy ice cream for the whole family. Luna & Larry’s Coconut Bliss is soy, dairy and gluten free. Sweetened with agave nectar and available in over a dozen amazing flavors, Coconut Bliss is certified organic, Non-GMO, and uses Fair Trade ingredients whenever possible. So, grab a spoon and enjoy some creamy, dreamy Coconut Bliss!

Luna & Larry's Coconut Bliss
The Evolution of Ice Cream

Recommended: The Spunky Coconut Cookbook: Gluten Free, Casein Free, Sugar Free

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