- If the coconut flakes aren't blending well in your regular blender, melt 1-2 tablespoons of coconut oil on the stove top, and add that to the mixture to help get it moving.
- Alternately, you can pour it back into the bowl and use the immersion blender again to get it to a softer stage.
- To get the best results for your time and effort, I recommend making a batch of coconut butter with no less than 3 cups of shredded coconut.
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How to Make Coconut Butter Without a High-Speed Blender or Food Processor
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