How to prepare roasted coconut flakes and potential health benefits


Roasted Coconut Flakes

Roasted coconut flakes are good for the body, but most people don’t know much about it.

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Firstly, Coconut is the fruit of the Coconut palm tree.

The botanical or scientific name is called Cocos Nucifera.

It used to grow in the tropical region for more than 4,500 years.

But recently increased in popularity for culinary uses and potential health benefits.

Secondly, They are known as a dry dupe, it can be a fruit, nut and seed in nature.

Thirdly, The coconut tree is a member of the palm tree family and the only living species of the genus Cocos Nucifera.

Plus, Its fruit is called “kernel”.

Thus, It nutritious and taste good as well.

Nevertheless, all you need to know about the nutritional value is written in this article.

Nutritional value of Coconut






However, it contains Manganese-8% of the daily value(DV).


Copper-22% DV.

Also, Selenium-14% DV. Phosphorus-11% DV.

Iron- 13% DV.

Potassium- 10% DV.

Ingredients and recipes to use are listed below

Ingredients and recipes to use are listed below

Then other recipes or ingredients for the preparation of roasted coconuts flakes is listed below.

Besides, Join with me as I take us on a tour to a simple and easy homemade toasted Coconut flakes.

The coconut

Recipe to use

Coconut-2 large ones.

Sugar-1/4 cup.

Vegetable oil-3tbsp.

Roasted coconut flakes procedures to follow are listed below

In addition, Remove the Coconut shell and clean the meat.

Use the grater to grate the coconut

Anyway, use your grater to grate the coconut into small pieces.

Meanwhile, add the sugar to the grated Coconuts and mix.

Furthermore, Pour in the vegetable oil into a non-stick pan and let it to hot for 4minutes, on a medium to high heat.

Again, add your flakes to step 4 and stir continuously until the flakes turn Brown not black.

For instance, After 6 minutes, your flakes are ready to be consumed.

Moreover, It can be served with your salad, sprinkle on yoghurt or can be eaten as snacks.


Ebitimi Winifred

Ebitimi Winifred

Ebitimi Winifred is a journalist for express info news. She writes on food and nutrition.

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