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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
Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: American
Yield: 10 servings


  • 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


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

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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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58 comments on “Coconut Cream Pops”

  1. I cannot wait to make these! My mother is Puerto Rican and I remember her making these (not the skinny ones!) when I was a child. Haven't seen this recipe around for years and am so excited to see that I can make it weight watchers style. Thanks so much Gina!!

  2. Hi Gina,

    Is there any way you could calculate the points+ for these. My family loves these and we are looking forward to having them as the weather is warming up here in FL.

  3. I love coconut pops also!!!!!!! I'm trying to eat all natural. Is there another sugar besides the powder sugar that I may substitute that will not take away from the taste? Like aguave nectar?

  4. Sure, but I'm not sure how pronounced the coconut flavor would be. Maybe you can add a few drops of coconut extract.

  5. 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!

  6. 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 šŸ™‚

    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?


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

  8. 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 šŸ™‚
    T x

  9. 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! šŸ™‚
    Here you have a puertorican friend!

  10. 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!

  11. 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 šŸ™‚