My spinach coconut wrap is a simple dehydrator recipe that has become a favorite in our house. The flavor of this wrap is so incredible you may just want to use it as a stand-alone snack.
And let’s not forget all of the amazing healing benefits the ingredients contain.
Coconuts actually supercharge all of the beneficial aspects of foods with which it is combined.
“Coconut enhances the power of anything it touches.”
Anthony William, Life-Changing Foods
The flesh of the coconut is anti-pathogenic and contains antioxidants as well. When coconut enters the intestinal tract is kills any pathogen it touches. Additionally, its medium-chain fatty acids loosen other fats and help to push them out of the body.
Furthermore, coconut water is one of the most hydrating beverages on the planet providing vital glucose and critical mineral salts. Coconut water is remarkably similar to human blood and has been used as IV fluid for wounded soldiers for centuries.
The healing power of every aspect of the coconut cannot be overstated.
Leafy greens such as spinach provide our bodies and brains with the critical mineral salts needed to thrive. Spinach also helps to heal intestinal tract disorders as it raises your hydrochloric acid levels and helps to create a more alkaline environment.
Furthermore, leafy greens contain the most bioavailable and assimilable proteins you can find.
Spinach Coconut Wrap
- 3 cups coconut fruit
- 1 ½ cups spinach
- ¼ cup basil
- ⅔ cup water (coconut water works great too)
- Blend ingredients together.
- Lay out on a dehydrator tray and dehydrate at 105 F for 18 hours
- Or if you don’t have a dehydrator bake at 250 F for about 2-3 hours.
This wrap is malleable, holds together and rolls really well!
Let me know in the comments below how you like this recipe; I would love to hear your feedback.
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To your health & happiness,
8 thoughts on “Spinach Coconut Wrap”
Not the dried ones at all?
Lena – do you mean not dried coconut?
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What kind of coconut fruit do you use? Young or the much more fiberous full grown?
jean I use the fruit from young Thai coconuts