Introducing coconut chips recommended by Vegan.
Coconut chips are, of course, delicious when eaten as they are, but you can also be used for making sweets or for breakfast cereals.
- I’m looking for organic coconut chips!
- I want to know vegan snacks!
- I love coconut chips!
Organic coconut chips
This is a Organic coconut chips.
A safe and secure snack that does not use sulfites or preservatives.
The capacity is 200g, and it contains plenty, so you can use it for making sweets.
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The snack using the above coconut chips are introduced in the following articles.
Please take a look if you are interested. Here’s a recipe for making Costco coconut clusters at home.
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Organic Coconut Cluster (Costco)
If you are a Costco member, please try coconut clusters.
This is also vegan and organic.
500g, quite large capacity.
Three seeds (chia seeds, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds) are included.
The coconut oil coating is firm, it’s crispy and the hands won’t stop.
Although it has a chocolate flavor, I like regular coconut clusters that give me a more coconut feel.
Even if you are not a Costco member, you can purchase on Amazon.
Coconut chips in a Gyoumu supermarket
You can easily purchase coconut chips at the Gyoumu supermarket or KALDI.
This King Island coconut chips is crispy and light.
Even if you haven’t eaten coconut chips so much, one bag is about 40g, so you can try it.
You can buy at the Gyoumu supermarket for about 100 yen(Less than ＄１).
How was your introduction to coconut chips?
If you like potato chips, you’ll also find crispy coconut chips.
Coconut chips are healthier because they have less salt than potato chips and can also take in dietary fiber and minerals.
It’s delicious, so please try it!