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Coconut Cream Pops

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I am mildly obsessed with coconut. The smell, the taste, in drinks, desserts or frozen! Now that summer is hear I have been craving coconut ice pops. I recently came across this recipe on The Noshery for Limber de Coco which is Spanish for Coconut Cream Pops. When I was younger, I spent many summers in Puerto Rico with cousins and remember having these delicious treats. I actually purchased this freezer pop maker just to make these! Here is my modified recipe.

Coconut Cream Pops (Limber de Coco)

5 from 1 vote
5
Cals:106.3
Protein:2.8
Carbs:13.6
Fat:4.5
Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: American
Yield: 10 servings

Ingredients

  • 12 oz can fat free evaporated milk
  • 14 oz can lite coconut milk
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  • 2 tsp coconut extract
  • cinnamon to taste
  • 1/2 cup of shredded sweetened coconut

Instructions

  • Mix all ingredients in a bowl.
  • Pour into freezer molds.
  • Freeze and Enjoy!!

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Nutrition

Calories: 106.3 kcal, Carbohydrates: 13.6 g, Protein: 2.8 g, Fat: 4.5 g, Fiber: 0.4 g, Sugar: 10.7 g

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59 comments on “Coconut Cream Pops”

  1. Do you think these would work without the actual coconut in them? I absolutely love the taste of coconut, but for some reason I hate the texture of it. Thanks for all the great WW recipes!

  2. Hi Gina!

    I've been looking for low fat snack recipes and I'm so glad I found your site, SO many gorgeous looking new recipes to try! Thanks for sharing πŸ™‚

    I'm in Australia, and our evaporated milk comes in a few different sized cans. Can you please tell me how many oz is in the can you use for this recipe?

    Thanks!

  3. What a great idea! Looks delish! What if we put a little crushed pineapple in there an made them Pina Colada Pops?! Mmmmmm…

  4. Wow iv just found your site……….. Where have you been all my slimming life ha ha, fab recipes

    oh and congrats on your new arrival πŸ™‚
    T x

  5. Just found your website! The Limber de Coco is an all time favorite back in Puerto Rico. Glad I found your website! I love your recipes! πŸ™‚
    Here you have a puertorican friend!

  6. Hi Gina! I love this site! Thanks. Your pics are awesome and the recipes, so far are amazing! I will try this recipe since I too am a coconut fan. My mom used to make some like these and put them in the metal ice trays (with the levers)Real ghetto style ! I love it! Thanks for the memories!

  7. OMG I made these today and wow, sooooo goood! dd even liked it and now I have to make another batch asap..thank you so much πŸ™‚

  8. First of all, those look delicious. Secondly, I was going through my sitemeter and checking all the blogs of the people who have been to my site lately, and I adore your site! I'm going to facebook my WW friends about it πŸ™‚

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    littlebirdhouse

    As a WWing coconut lover, I think I owe you at least one day's uninterrupted admiration for this recipe. I think I'll have to make it this week or next…

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    tastestopping

    We have been making do with ice cube trays and toothpicks for our "popsicle" experiments. Thank you for the link to something a little more…user friendly! Whether it's coconut cream pops or just straight lemonade, I know we'll be making a lot this summer.

    Anyway, I found you on TasteSpotting and am writing to say that if you have any photos that aren’t accepted there, I’d love to publish them. Visit my new site (below), it’s a lot of fun! I hope you will consider it.

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  11. Thats what this reminds me of, limber de coco! I made this but with the coco lopez and it was delish! Thanks for posting.

  12. @K Wallace – Thanks πŸ™‚ Nutmeg I'm sure would taste good. If you don't have coconut extract you can use vanilla.

  13. Goya cream of coconut is already sweetened so if you use that, I wouldn't probably add sugar. But you should check the points, it might change. I'm sure it would be good!

  14. I'm slightly obsessed with coconut (and your recipes). I'll probably swap nutmeg for cinnamon. I'll be pulling these yummies out on the 4th of July.

    Thanks!

  15. Hi! I have Goya cream of coconut, would that work in place of the coconut milk? Is it sort of the saame thing?
    Thanks!

  16. Hi, could you check the link for the freezer pop molds 'cuz there's nothing there when I click and I've been looking all over for them.

  17. I think these are the same as what my mom used to make years ago but she used to put them in ice cube trays (ghetto style). We used to love them! I am going to try them (and since I don't have pop molds, will use ice cube trays! lol)

    Thanks!

  18. @Heather – Thanks for the compliment! I have a digital Canon Rebel XTI and I used a Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 lens. I usually shoot with natural light, but when I can't, I have the Lowel EGO Digital Tabletop Fluorescent Light Unit. I always adjust my white balance before I shoot, and I take lots of pictures at different angles.

  19. Hey I just found my way here from A Dash of Flavour. What a great blog, I am going to follow along. I looove coconut and I think my kids and I will enjoy these.

  20. I have been following you for awhile and I finally need to tell you that I love your site. The recipies are wonderful and I love your photography. Can you tell me a little about how you take your pictures?

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    lk- Healthy Delicious

    I love coconut too and these sound amazing! Time to dig out those ice pop molds…

    do you think fresh shredded coconut would work? I just picked one up this weekend!