"This recipe was originally created by a man called Monchito in Puerto Rico in 1954. For the kids we used lots of ice cubes instead of crushed ice, and added 1 tablespoon of sugar. (Of course we omitted the rum!) It came out thick, creamy, and oh so good." — Geekhousewife
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Very, very good. I'm not a big fan of alcoholic beverages, but I enjoyed this drink. My blender is really bad so I had a hard time getting 1/2 a cup of crushed ice. Enjoyed it anyway! My husband, whose not fond of tropical drinks had 2 servings. He added lots of pineapple chunks to his. Adding the cream gave this an excellent texture. Can't wait to make this for company. Thanks Geekhousewife.
It was okay. I'd try another recipe.
Yummy...i made 2 batches 1 w/o the rum (for the kiddos) and another with the rum...both were on the rocks instead of blending them...they are well worth making....and my husband is on his way to the store for more rum for tonight...lol thanks for sharing =)
I tried this recipe this weekend (minus the cream) and it was great. My boyfriend and I really enjoyed our home made coladas. Thanks!
Very good recipe, and the kids liked it as well (virgin, of course).
The Best Recipe I have found to date. Thanx! =)
MMMMM is all I have to say about that!! No but really, it was really good!! I dont drink and thought I would give it a try so I tried it. I used Malibu rum, and I couldnt find coconut cream so I used coconut milk instead and it was oh so yummy!! I dont like liquere so this was perfect because I couldnt taste nothing but the coconut and pineapple!! The only problem was that it went down so nicely it was gone so fast and I had to make another one!! Thanks!!
it was very good
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