Are you ready for the easiest and tastiest whip ever?? Totally refined sugar and dairy free, vegan and paleo compliant. Need I say more? Let me introduce you to your new best friend, the salted almond butter coconut whip. I am always on team salty sweet. I love salty sweet foods and think that you should too. Of course, if you aren’t on board, feel free to not use any salt in this recipe. Are you ready to give it a go?
This recipe couldn’t be simpler. Seriously. You are only 4 ingredients away from the tastiest icing/spread/topping ever (try it on this paleo chocolate cake or on this Hazelnut Hot chocolate). The key is using a good coconut cream. I really like this one and found that I get really good results when I make a whip out of it. Make sure to get the coconut cream and not the milk. Full fat coconut milk will still work but just won’t yield as much so you would probably need at least two cans. You could use any nut butter you want here but almond butter goes so well with this. I used a roasted almond butter from Costco that has no salt added. If your nut butter already has salt or a sweetener be careful about adding salt and the maple syrup.
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Salted Almond Butter Coconut Whip
The perfect salty/sweet balance in this vegan whip. Use it as an icing, on top of hot chocolate, served over fresh berries or just lick it off the spoon!
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Total Time: 5 minutes
- Category: Dessert
- Cuisine: vegan, dairy free, paleo
1 400mL can coconut cream (I use this one and I really like it!) stored in the fridge overnight
2 tbsp almond butter
1 tbsp maple syrup
pinch of sea salt
After letting your coconut cream sit overnight in the fridge the solids and liquids should have separated. Scoop the solid cream into a bowl. Add the rest of the ingredients and beat until well incorporated using a hand mixer. Store in the fridge until it is ready to be used!
-if you are using this to ice a whole cake I might triple(or more?) the recipe.
-the type of coconut milk or cream you use makes a difference! I have used some that don’t make a whip at all so try to get the same brand!