How to make COCONUT OIL from tinned coconut milk


This is a video on how you can extract coconut oil from tinned coconut milk. It’s a very simple procedure and it’s not messy 🙂 I hope you like it!!


25 thoughts on “How to make COCONUT OIL from tinned coconut milk

  • ElisaAlbe

    @Natacts hi! not much, unfortunately..I think I got about 50ml, the size of
    a small face-cream container.

  • Amybelle Ordona

    You should wait until the maya (or the “white residue”) is brown because
    then you kno that the water is really extracted from the coconut. If you
    leave it white then there is still water that can make the coconut oil go
    bad.

  • MyNaturalMyChoice

    I use coconut for hot oil treatments. I’ve always wanted to make my own
    coconut oil, I didn’t want to go through the trouble of using a whole
    coconut. I didn’t know that I could use 100 pure coconut milk to make oil.
    I will attempt to make my own oil soon. Thanks for sharing.

  • LaBiggis

    I HAVE LOTS OF TINNED COCONUT CREAM IN MY PANTRY CAN I USE THAT INSTEAD OF
    MILK? PLEASE ADVISE

  • ElisaAlbe

    Hi! Apparently the difference between coconut milk and cream is in the
    concentration and consistency. Coconut cream is thicker and richer, so you
    might get more oil out of it. I suggest you try boiling coconut cream, if
    you don’t have the milk. Let me know if it worked 🙂

  • ElisaAlbe

    Great!! Sorry for answering so late. Have you tried to make your own oil?
    let me know about the results 😉

  • LaBiggis

    Hi! Reporting back 🙂 so I put my can of coconut cream in the fridge. it
    solidified into this paste like consistency. Which made it easy to drain
    out the water that was at the bottom. Anywho it was quick & easy and i did
    reuse the Maya (those brown bits) 😀 I added them to top my yogurt with,
    they are really good and sweet.

  • Shannon Jones

    When your extracting the oil your meant to wait for the creamy white
    substance to go a browny colour as if its still white that means the oil
    has water particles left in it and will not last very long 🙂 you can also
    eat the coconut substance once its turned brown?

  • idara ekere

    Your tin produced so much oil than mine did. Anyway, I was wondering if I
    could extract the oil from the powdered coconut sold in the supermarket??

  • maxxiiemax

    Awesome video! Just wanted to let you know that it’s better to cook all the
    white left over stuff until its nice and golden brown, that ensures all the
    water has completely evaporated and it will help the oil last longer 🙂 ?

  • Leticia Garcia

    When I make coconut oil from a fresh coconut I get about 2 to 3 ounces of
    coconut oil depending on the size of the coconut.?

  • MsHealthAndWellness

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