Coconut Nectar Syrup


Coconut syrup is a clear, nutty-flavored liquid made from coconut milk that flows freely. It's quickly becoming a popular export item in places where coconut isn't grown. It can be used as a topping for baked goods or as a mixer in alcoholic beverages, or it can be diluted with water and used to make cakes and other delicacies. To make coconut syrup, add an equivalent amount of sugar to the homogenized coconut milk, along with 0.05 percent citric acid or 0.25 percent sodium phosphate. The mixture is heated until the total soluble solids content reaches 65–68%. The hot syrup can be transferred to lacquered tin cans right away, sealed, and chilled in regular water. It makes a great bread spread and may be made into an instant drink by mixing it with water.


This additive-free and chemical-free process preserves the majority of the nutrients the coconut palm provides. Coconut nectar is rich in minerals including magnesium, potassium, zinc, and iron. It also contains amino acids, vitamin C, and broad-spectrum B vitamins, making it the perfect addition to our healthy cookie recipe.

Coconut nectar also has a low glycemic index of 35 (compared with agave’s 42, honey’s 58, and cane sugar’s 63), which makes it a possibly safer alternative for diabetics or anyone who wants to maintain more consistent blood sugar levels. The lower glycemic index also means that when used in place of other sweeteners, you are likely to feel fuller longer, which can help with weight management and prevent the endless roller coaster of energy spikes and crashes. That means our cookies are the perfect guilt-free snack.


Probiotic Properties of Lactic Acid Bacteria Isolated From Neera: A Naturally Fermenting Coconut Palm Nectar

Probiotic bacteria were isolated from different traditional fermented foods as there are several such foods that are not well explored for their probiotic activities. Hence, the present study was conducted to find the potential of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) as probiotics that were isolated from the sap extract of the... read more

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