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Pina Colada Frosties

Pina Colada Frosties is a Non-Alcoholic frozen version of the ever so popular Pina Colada Cocktail and just perfect to end off a Summer’s meal !

Pina Colada Frosties is a Non-Alcoholic frozen version of the ever so popular Pina Colada Cocktail and just perfect to end off a Summer's meal !

These Pina Colada Frosties are the ideal dessert to end a rich meal. They are not heavy at all, just a delicious cold sweet treat.

We have had quite the Summer this season and as I mentioned before, it is not my favorite time in the kitchen !

I also have very limited use of my arms since I hurt my muscles and ligaments in my shoulder a few weeks ago.

Apparently I triggered something to cause spasms and inflammation in most of my joints, muscles and ligaments. Which in turn, as per the doctors could be Fybromialgia as the muscle pains started months ago already.

Pina Colada Frosties is a Non-Alcoholic frozen version of the ever so popular Pina Colada Cocktail and just perfect to end off a Summer's meal !

Point is, I need someone around to help me with most of the cooking. Like simple chopping of vegetables or if I need to use my processor, yep, someone must get it out of the cabinet and move it around for me.

Now, all of you cooking and baking would know that this is a near impossible to always have someone available to help.

This recipe which I adapted from the Mr Food site, was perfect – easy and I only used my electric hand mixer and a couple of stirs by hand.

Pina Colada Frosties is a Non-Alcoholic frozen version of the ever so popular Pina Colada Cocktail and just perfect to end off a Summer's meal !

See the delicious tiny bits of pineapple ! Pure delight !

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Pina Colada Frosties

Pina Colada Frosties
Prep Time
20 mins
Freezing Time
3 hrs
Total Time
20 mins
 
Pina Colada Frosties is a Non-Alcoholic frozen version of the ever so popular Pina Colada Cocktail and just perfect to end off a Summer's meal !
Course: Dessert
Keyword: frozen dessert, ice-cream, pina colada
Servings: 12 Servings
Author: Linda Nortje
Ingredients
  • 1 cup Fresh Cream ( double cream / whipping cream )
  • 1 can Coconut Milk ( 400 gr size ) = ( 14 oz )
  • 1/2 cup Icing Sugar
  • 1 can Crushed Pineapple well drained ( 420 gram size ) = ( 14.2 oz )
  • 12 Red Glace Cherries
  • 1/2 cup Coconut Flakes
  • 2 TB Caster Sugar
Instructions
  1. Whip the Cream until stiff peaks form – add the Coconut Milk and Icing Sugar – beat on low to just combine
  2. Stir in the Pineapple and place in the freezer for an hour – stir after 30 minutes
  3. After an hour, stir again and scoop the partially frozen mixture into 12 silicone cups or into a muffin pan – freeze 2 – 3 hours until set
  4. Meanwhile, place the Coconut Flakes in a dry pan over medium heat – add the Caster Sugar and stir until the Sugar has dissolved and the Coconut is lightly toasted (be careful – it browns very quickly and keeps on browning even after you remove the pan from the heat – I immediately remove the toasted Coconut from the pan into a separate bowl)

  5. Top each frosty with a Glace Cherry and sprinkle with the toasted Coconut
  6. Keep in the freezer compartment until ready to serve

Recipe Notes
  • Icing Sugar = Confectioners Sugar or Powdered Sugar
  • Caster Sugar = Finer than Granulated Sugar or a.k.a. Super Fine Sugar

Keep in the freezer compartment until ready to serve.

LINDA

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CJ Huang

Tuesday 4th of March 2014

Hope you have a speedy recovery! This pina colada frosty sounds great for some warmer weather. Please stop by and share at Five Friday Finds if you get a chance. :)

Marsha Baker

Monday 3rd of March 2014

These look refreshing and delightful. MY kind of treat. Thanks for sharing at Weekend Potluck. Take good care and trust you have a speedy recovery.

Caitlyn

Saturday 1st of March 2014

Stopping by on behalf of the Silly Sara blog to say thanks for sharing! Pina Colada is one of my favorite flavors EVER and this recipe looks fantastic!

Thanks for linking up with us over at Tell It To Me Tuesday. We hope you hop on over again to share with us next week!

Angie Church

Wednesday 26th of February 2014

these look very tastycome see what I shared at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

OneTIPsy Chick

Wednesday 26th of February 2014

Yum!

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