You did whaaaaaat? Amazing!
this sounds amazing! i love anything tropical-y. and i was super excited for the Maui Babe reference; my guilty pleasure tanning oil from hawaii :)
It sounds like strain the coconut flakes out? Is that right?
I just found your blog via pinterest and lost a good half hour of my life in your recipe archives! I think I love all of your recipes. Will be following from now on!
Hi Paty, Yes! You strain the coconut (which should be steeping with the left over lime peels in the hot water). Hope you enjoy it!
I wish I had found your toasted coconut vanilla limeade when I was looking for a good punch for a bridal shower! It looks amazing! Will definitely be following your recipes...great stuff and thanks for sharing!
I think this could be my new summer drink. Looks fantastic. Great photography and typography.
This looks amazing! Can't wait to try it. Love your blog!
Oh my gosh! I am so happy I found this on Pinterest! I am dying to make both of these recipes right now! Thank you for sharing!!
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wow that looks SO delicious! and how creative! it's a sweet culinary concoction! beautiful photography too! i'm so glad i found your site!! :)
COCONUT!!!!love all thing coconut!http://1hugaday.blogspot.com/
This limeade sounds scrumptious and what an awesome idea about the coconut ice! Love it.
Really mouth-watering! From the look itself, I'm really drooling right here! You know what, any food that has coconut in it, I will always love it. I'm a coconut lover. From foods to anything that is made up of virgin coconut oil as well. Actually, I apply coconut oil on my hair and skin until now. That's how I love coconut and its products.
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Toasted Coconut Vanilla Limeade?!!! Are you kidding me?!! This looks amazing!!!
What a great recipe!! Made the Limeade then margariats with Cuevo 1800 Cocnut tequila. Probably our signature cocktail for summer!
What a great recipe! Made your Toasted Coconut Vanilla Limeade then made margariats with Cuevo 1800 Cocnut Tequila. Now our signature summer cocktail!
YUM! So glad I just came across your blog. Beautifully done!xo secondmagnolia.blogspot.com
How did you make the toasted coconut? This is the first time that I have heard such thing.
Sounds amazing, but what is cream of tartar? I don't think we have that in Scandinavia?
Can't wait to try this one. WE live in Asia right now, and it is a land flowing with coconuts and lime! New follower here:)Visiting from Pint-sized Treasures
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