COCONUT OIL help with clumps

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k w.
Joined: 9/16/2014

I have tried several different ways to make a blast with coconut oil, but it all results in clumps.  The only link I could find ANYWHERE,tells you how to do it in a regular blender while adding the oil with the top off.  Has ANYONE out there been able to achieve this?  Thank you in advance.

kwatts4u wrote:

I have tried several different ways to make a blast with coconut oil, but it all results in clumps.  The only link I could find ANYWHERE,tells you how to do it in a regular blender while adding the oil with the top off.  Has ANYONE out there been able to achieve this?  Thank you in advance.

It works best in warm liquids. I have used it in the NutriBullet Rx many times on the soup making mode and it is delicious! If you want to use coconut, I would suggest adding unsweetened shredded coconut or unsweetened coconut flakes to avoid the clumping associated with the oil.
It wouldn't take long to soften the small amount of coconut oil in some warm/hot water. Put the amount you need in a small bowl or cup, put in a larger bowl or pan, and pour hot water for it to sit in while you prepare the rest of the blast. Make sure the container you're using for the coconut oil is suitable for hot liquids (like a pyrex dish or a coffee mug). Just an idea. I haven't tried it, but I will!