After making chili we realized something was missing. We forgot the cornbread, so we decided to whip some up with our new coconut oil. We used our new butter-flavored coconut oil and made healthy chia seed cornbread muffins. Our butter flavored coconut oil can be substituted in a 1:1 ratio for butter in baking, cooking and frying under 375 degrees F. It doesn't have a coconut flavor or odor. All you get is a delicious butter flavor that is vegan, organic and non-GMO verified. Check out the recipe below!Share this:
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