Goat Milk Cream

Goat Milk Cream Flakes

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BEnefits

  • High in fat from grass-fed goat milk cream
  • Tastes great in blended coffee!
  • No added flavors, sweeteners, stabilizers, or thickeners
  • Naturally homogenized
  • Boosts beneficial fatty acid profile of smoothies, baked goods, and protein drinks
  • High in MCT Medium Chain Triglycerides
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Product Overview

NOW IN A NEW LABEL!

Our Goat Milk Cream (previously known as Capra Cream™) starts as fresh goat milk harvested from our happy goats on our farm in the Pacific Northwest and then dried using Refractance Window® Dryer technology which uses minimal heat and refracted light to provide a shelf-stable, wholesome, and delicious goat milk cream.

The Details

What is Goat Milk Cream?

Goat Milk Cream (previously known as Capra Cream) starts as fresh goat milk harvested from our happy goats on our farm in the Pacific Northwest. It is then run through a cream separator that extracts the cream from the milk using no chemicals. We dry this concentrated cream using a Refractance Window Dryer® which uses minimal heat and refracted light to provide a shelf-stable, wholesome, and delicious goat milk cream. The dried flakes are then simply added to the bottle with no further processing applied.

Why is CLA important?

Goat milk cream possesses several important essential fatty acids the most significant being Conjugated Linoleic Acid also abbreviated as CLA (see Fig 1). CLA is well known in the health and nutrition world and has been regarded for its health benefits for decades. CLA is only found in the meat and milk of grass-fed ruminants (cows, goats, deer). Goat milk cream also contains a much higher level of medium-chain fatty acids then cow milk cream.

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Important: Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) is only found in grass-fed animals such as goats, cows, and sheep.

Why isn’t the goat milk cream in powder form?

Goat Milk Cream contains far too much fat to be milled using our available technology. The flakes can be easily ground with a mortar/pestle and simply added to a smoothie or hot coffee.

“…extra good fats. Win win!”

My husband loves this cream in his coffee and I love adding it to my baby’s smoothies to give her some extra good fats. Win win! I also wanted to add that I have been using a mortar and pestle to grind the flakes into a powder…makes the cream blend better in everything. – Briana Ku in California

Typical Fatty Acid Profile of Capra Cream

Saturated Fatty Acids SFA 29%
Monounsaturated Fatty Acids MUFA 13%
Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids PUFA 3%
Omega 3 1%
Omega 4 2%
Omega 6 2%
Omega 7 13%
Omega 9 13%
Conjugated Linoleic Acid CLA 4.1%

Why isn’t it in powder form?

Goat Milk Cream contains far too much fat to be milled using our available technology. The flakes can be easily ground with a mortar/pestle or open top coffee grinder.

Will this dissolve in my coffee like commercial creamer?

The short answer is no. Goat Milk Cream flakes do not easily dissolve in water. Most find success adding the goat milk cream flakes to a smoothie or hot coffee by using a blender. Both immersion blenders and “magic bullet” style blenders seem to work great!

Can I rehydrate the flakes into a liquid cream?

Yes, you can transform the cream flakes back into a liquid cream by combining the container of Goat Milk Cream flakes with 1 3/4 cup of water in the blender.

 

Check out these recipes using our Goat Milk Cream:

Goat Milk Crème Brûlée- 3 Ways

Goat Milk Eggnog 

Customer Reviews

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Coffee Treat

This cream froths up so deliciously in my coffee with my little mini mixer! It was so hard to find a good creamer, as someone who is allergic to cow’s milk. Love it!

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So thick and creamy... LUV IT!!!

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I had bought this years ago and loved it; would just sprinkle it on foods, or eat it right out of the container. After reading the reviews I'm going to order some more and try some of the things the reviewers have described, like blending it up and using it as liquid, making sauces with it, and baking with it.

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I also use this product for my daughter's formula (following the Weston A. Price foundation formula, but substituting raw milk for powdered goat milk). I also use the lactose, mineral whey and whole goat milk powder. Your products make preparing the formula a lot easier and give us a great peace of mind. The flakes are an amazing product idea, allowing us to have them on hand at all times and will not go bad like liquids for her formula.

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I only buy this to make coffee that much more special. I take 1 cup Purity Coffee with 1 tsp. Ghee and 1 Tbsp. of cream and blend to perfection. Coffee shops can't even compare.

Nutrition Facts

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Product Comparison Chart

 clean whey protein from grass fed goat milkPacific Northwest BerryWhey Protein Powder
 Clean Whey ProteinBerry WheyClean Whole ProteinCaproteinDouble Bonded ProteinDeep 30
Type of ProteinWhey ProteinWhey
Protein Isolate
Whole ProteinWhole
Protein, Fermented Whole Protein
Whole ProteinWhole Protein
SweetenerUnsweetened
or sweetened with stevia
Lakanto
Monk Fruit (erythritol, monk fruit extract)
NoneNoneSteviaStevia
Flavor(s)None
or Vanilla option
Berry
from blueberries and aronia berries
NoneVanillaVanilla
or Dark Chocolate
Coconut
Dream, Strawberry Splash,
Added NutrientsNoneBlueberries,
aronia berries, Capra Mineral Whey, goat cream, sunflower lecithin
Minerals
and Probiotics option or Fermented Protein option in Clean Line
Probiotic
cultures
NoneCapra
Mineral Whey, probiotics & goat milk cream
Grams of Protein per Serving24g10g20g13g20g17g

*Whole protein is a natural ratio of 80% casein and 20% whey protein