KOS Coconut Milk Powder

Unsweetened, Dairy Free Coffee Creamer – Vegan, Non GMO, Gluten Free, Soy Free, Lactose Free – Keto & Paleo Friendly – 12.6oz (179 Servings)

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  • NON-DAIRY CREAMER: Save yourself the calories and bloating by using this smooth and creamy powdered coconut milk as a healthy substitute for your daily coffee creamer. Break the powder up with the scoop as this product may clump due to no additives.
  • PERFECT FOR TRAVEL: Our coconut powder is a must-have for traveling and backpacking. Travel without worrying about where to find vegan creamer. It’s super easy to make your own coconut milk on-the-go.
  • ENTERING KETONE ZONE: MCTs in coconut powder help with ketone production in the liver, turning extra fat into all-purpose high-energy fuel packets. Just one more reason to ditch the soy milk powder.
  • HEMOGLOBIN HIGHWAY: Coconuts cream the rest of the food pyramid with its high iron content. This attracts the affections of your body’s hemoglobin: the blood’s iron and oxygen transport system.
  • FATIGUE FIGHTER: Muscle fatigue? Gripping ligaments? Coconut milk can get optimal oxygen supply to all parts of the body, disbursing O2 to your exhausted muscles, tissues and organs.


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kos coconut milk


kos coconut milk

KOS Coconut Milk Coffee Creamer

Coconut Milk is a great and healthy alternative to the traditional dairy & sugar creamers. It’s organic and super easy to make! Just mix KOS Coconut Milk Powder with water in a blender and pour into your coffee.

  • 2 Scoops KOS Coconut Milk Powder
  • 1 Cup Water


kos coconut milk

Coconut Milk is loaded with vitamins, minerals, energy-stimulating fatty acids (MCTs) and is an excellent source of dietary fiber.

About the Product


Organic Coconut Milk



Add one serving (1 scoop) to your favorite dish or drink for a nutritious boost.


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