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EATCLEAN28 SparkPoints: (0)
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5/20/12 5:37 A

Yes!!!!!! It is amazing! I only buy Silk Brand products and when I saw Silk Pure Coconut Milk on the shelf I had to try it. I LOVE IT! I make a crock pot porridge and usually use Almond or Soy milk or a combination of each. This time, I used Coconut milk and my oatmeal tastes so good! Try it, you'll like it! emoticon

SARALEE210 Posts: 1
10/23/11 1:36 P

Much prefer So Delicious unsweetened coconut milk. Silk adds evaporated cane juice, for 6g of sugars. I try to avoid sugars/fats so Silk doesn't work for me. I also much prefer the consistency of SD over Silk, and it tastes better in cooking. I can't tell the difference in taste between SD and milk in my cappuccino which I can't live without :)

9/29/11 7:03 P

Not a favorite. I stick to Almond Breeze brand UNSWEETENED almond milk. The vanilla and original are both great. Can always add stevia for sweetness.

SHAWON SparkPoints: (0)
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9/15/11 11:07 P

have tried the almond ans vanilla but not pure cocanut milk. only on vacation right from the coccnut(lol).

BEACHGAL1955 SparkPoints: (0)
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9/12/11 10:42 A

Yes - I love it. Alternate between the Almond, Soy, and Coconut. emoticon

SAMANTHA_SP SparkPoints: (0)
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9/12/11 9:54 A

Pure Coconut Milk works great with baking. I use it in my baked oatmeal all the time and it adds great flavor.

CATERPILLAGIRL SparkPoints: (5,279)
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9/11/11 10:49 P

I quite like the silk coconut milk. Added it to coffee and I didn't need any sugar. Also like it as an after dinner treat with a bit of chocolate. I also love almond milk, much better (to me anyway) than soy milk. I can drink the chocolate soy milk, but the plain has too much of a bitter aftertaste for me.

LKNIGHT09 Posts: 15
9/11/11 9:09 A

I love Silk Pure Coconut Milk. It's great on just a bowl of berries, or my personal favorite, I use 2/3 to 3/4 cup of coconut milk to cook my oatmeal in the morning, and then use the rest of the cup as topping. It brings a delicious sweetness to the oatmeal. I haven't tried it for baking yet, but do know they have a few recipes on their site.

9/10/11 7:45 P

I love So Delicious coconut milk, it's got medium chain fatty acids which make a great recovery snack after a long workout! I also make my own coconut milk "cheese" for pizza and mac & cheese with it.

SAMANTHA_SP SparkPoints: (0)
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9/9/11 4:10 P

I love coconut milk; however I try to limit my intake as it is not as nutritious as other dairy milk alternatives.

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8/24/11 5:38 P

We tried it this week; I was disappointed since I really like their Soy Silk products. It tasted like very watered-down coconut juice. We will not buy it again unless they advertise they have improved the flavor.

HAYDAY Posts: 334
8/18/11 5:01 P

We have used the Almond Breeze brand for about 4 years now. Have tried the Hemp Milk and Potato Milk which are both nice - but really like the Coconut Milk.

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6/14/11 12:37 P

I don't know what the Almond Joy creamer calorie count is, but I've become a fan of International Delight's Skinny Caramel Macchiato Creamer. It's got 30 calories in one Tbsp, but I don't mind cutting that with a little skim milk, since it is really creamy. It's very yummy!

Edited by: MISSWIS at: 6/14/2011 (12:38)
TWOFIN Posts: 587
6/7/11 8:42 P

I like coconut milk, but my husband is not a fan. He prefers almond or soy. I've also found the nuttiness of flax and hemp milks to be awesome in smoothies. That Almond Joy recipe sounds delicious. I hadn't thought to blend up those flavors, thanks for the tip!

1RISHJIVE Posts: 35
5/31/11 5:33 P

I'm not too fond of coconut milk. I like soy and almond very much, and I just picked up a carton of flax seed milk this weekend. I'm pretty excited to give it a try :)

1RISHJIVE Posts: 35
5/31/11 5:29 P

I'm not too fond of coconut milk. I like soy and almond very much, and I just picked up a carton of flax seed milk this weekend. I'm pretty excited to give it a try :)

AUNTKATHY Posts: 232
5/28/11 7:29 A

I am looking for a good coffee creamer substitute. I don't like milk in my coffee and I had been using the Almond Joy Creamer but with lots of calories and no nutritional value I have decided to switch. For a couple of weeks I was using 1% milk and adding vanilla and then I realized that vanilla has an alcohol content in it! Anybody have ideas? I lack protein, calcium and fiber in my diet. Thanks!

Edited by: AUNTKATHY at: 5/28/2011 (07:35)
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5/27/11 11:59 P

I tried the plain coconut milk and the vanilla coconut milk. I like drinking it alone and in smoothies. Still 90 calories for the vanilla silk flavor and 60 calories for the plain. 2% milk is 110 calories per serving. I am trying to get away from milk and milk products in the vegan diet. Not too successful yet. I also had ground beef with tacos for lunch at Ronald McDonald house for lunch. I don't think I can eat the meals provided here to stay successfully vegan. I think I have to pick and choose carefully and try and supplement with my own vegan groceries, but it is expensive buying groceries for 2 different households, while I am in Denver with the baby and my husband is in Avon.

ZOEYSMOM03 Posts: 11
5/25/11 5:09 P

I tried it and it's very coconutty tasting. Good in smoothies, but not for coffee, tea, baking, or cooking. And it's not made with organic coconuts, either. I prefer So Delicious Coconut Milk. It's got a very light and refreshing taste that doesn't change the flavor of things you make with it. I'm really enjoying their new Sugar-Free Vanilla flavor, too, and my little one just loves the chocolate.

Edited by: ZOEYSMOM03 at: 5/25/2011 (17:10)
-POOKIE- Posts: 22,518
5/24/11 5:15 P

I tried an unsweetened coconut milk, the texture was amazingly close to real milk and very pleasant tasting.

JOMARRO Posts: 62
5/23/11 10:15 A

I haven't tried the pure coconut yet but I did try the chocolate. It is very good. I like most of the Silk brand milks. I will probably get around to the coconut soon.

TERZA_RIMA Posts: 296
5/19/11 12:58 P

I've only tried So Delicious unsweetened coconut milk, which I use for cooking; not so good for just drinking straight, but if you're adding some sweetener to it, it's a great option, highly nutritious and non-gmo. I love almond breeze unsweetened vanilla. I also recently discovered unsweetened vanilla hemp milk, which i really like. I"m going to have to try your almond joy smoothie, though... emoticon

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5/18/11 11:44 P

I don't remember which one I tried but did not like it.I like hood countdown or unsweetened almond milk and have no lactose issues with either.

JONI329 Posts: 21
4/13/11 10:29 P

You named my favorite candy bar and made it accessible for my diet! Thanks for the great Almond Joy treat!!!

KISSFAN1 Posts: 6,257
4/13/11 5:50 P

That sounds very yummy! I haven't bought that brand but bought the SO Delicious brand of coconut milk and my husband and kids don't like it too much. Then again, they eat high fat/calorie foods so things that taste great to me taste boring or not buttery/cheesy/fatty enough to their tastebuds.

TONYA46 SparkPoints: (26,283)
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4/10/11 4:36 P

I just recently have taken a liking to Silk Coconut Milk (sweetened & unsweetned).......I love milk, but I am lactose intolerant and I have tried Almond Milk and Soy Milk (a lil to thick) and my taste buds really just like the Coconut Milk......when I get my 'sweet tooth' urges, I partially freeze 8 ozs of the coconut milk, add 2 tbsp of sugar free nestle quik, and a sprinkle of coconut and makes the best 'almond joy' in a shake form......mmmmmmmmm

Edited by: TONYA46 at: 4/10/2011 (16:37)
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