Recipe by Magique
"A simple and delicious coconut syrup. Try it over banana or mango pancakes for a tropical delight."
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1 (14 ounce) can
This syrup was delicious! I made this for my mom and she loved it. Make sure you use coconut milk and not cream of coconut, which is a much thicker, sweeter product. Also, I shook the cans of coconut milk and found that there was a big difference in brands. I bought the one that was the most liquidy. Great and different!
I was getting ready to make this when I realized that the ingredients list calls for "coconut milk" and the directions refer to "coconut cream" There's a big difference in the 2 so I'm not sure which to use. Anyone? I gave it 3 stars anticipating it will be as wonderful as the other reviews say.
I recently returned from Hawaii where I discovered the delight of coconut syrup. I was excited to try this recipe and wasn't disappointed. It's a little difficult to blend the coconut into a smooth consistency, but it was still delicious and on a sunny day, I could imagine the beaches of Kauai! It's great on pancakes, waffles, ice cream . . .
This was excellent!! The coconut syrup I had in Hawaii was white but with this syrup it doesn't matter because the flavor was amazing! Thank you!
I have used this recipe before and it was wonderful. For those of you who feel it can be grainy due to the coconut flakes (even after blending), strain the syrup before service.
I am giving this 5 star, because the flavor was delicious. The only problem I had was the consistancy. It is runny like a syrup, but it is a little grainy(even though I blended it a while.) I served it over banana bread and ice cream. Both were delicious. I bet is is great over pancakes.
This tastes really great, but didn't come our quite like syrup (more solid), but it was great as a spread, maybe I didn't heat it long enough.
How can I explain it. This syrup makes me want to be naked it's that good!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 469
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