I add 1 TBS of coconut oil to my protein shakes and I always add ice too, so when the two blend up together I have tiny pellets of ice and tiny pellets of coconut oil and I can't really tell the difference between the two---they're just both adding to the slushiness of the shake. I used to notice the CO more when I 1st started using it in my shakes, but now I don't even notice them, even with a whole TBS in there.
I've never tried it myself, but I've heard that if you mix coconut oil (melted) with olive oil, walnut oil, grapeseed oil, etc, that it will stay melted for use in things like salad dressings. Don't know if that concept would help in a protein shake.
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