coconutwhippedcreambowlOh YES! This topping is one of those dessert to live for. It’s is thick, creamy and oh so decadent!

It is so easy to make, and nutritious to boot! I buy organic canned coconut for this recipe, as it is the only kind that works best when whipping it up.

What you will need:

whipped coconut cream


  • 1 can organic coconut (water drained for later use - only use the thick coconut)
  • 1 Tablespoons local, raw honey (can also use stevia or organic maple syrup)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla


Step 1. Put can of coconut in refrigerator overnight to help harden the coconut, and separate it from the liquid
Step 2. After can is properly chilled, turn can upside down and open with can opener. Drain liquid into other container for smoothies or other recipes
Step 3. Scoop coconut into chilled bowl, and add other ingredients
Step 4. Whip it up with hand blender until super smooth
Step 5. It is at this time that you will probably have the urge to stick your face in the bowl...try to avoid doing that 🙂
Step 6. Top your favorite desert with this amazing whipped coconut cream
Step 7. chocolate avocado pudding


Here are just a few of the amazing healing properties of coconut that have been proven very effective in most cases. (I can seriously go on and on about coconut  – and I usually do).

  • Produces immediate, usable energy source rather than being stored as fat.
  • Increases metabolic rate, stabilizes body weight, and controls food cravings.
  • Enriches milk supply for breast-feeding women.
  • Doesn’t form harmful by-products during cooking when used at high heat.
  • Protects against cancers of colon, breast, and digestive tract.
  • Improves magnesium and calcium absorption, promoting stronger bones.
  • Enhances proper bowel function and lowers incidence of hemorrhoids when oil is consumed.
  • Enhances absorption of nutrients and improves digestion.
  • Provides a quick energy source and stimulates metabolism.
  • Prevents oxidation of fatty acids.
  • Relieves and heals intestinal disorders, ulcers, colitis, IBS, and Crohn’s disease.
  • Stabilizes blood sugar and insulin production.
  • Protects against osteoporosis and reduces problems from cystic fibrosis.
  • Enhances pancreatic function, enzyme production and reduces pancreatitis.
  • Reduces joint and muscle inflammation, supporting repair of tissues.
  • Regulates thyroid function.
  • Medium chain fatty acids (MCFA) protect against development of Alzheimer’s disease.
  • MCFA strengthen heart and circulatory system protecting against artherosclerosis and heart disease.
  • Provides antioxidants to fight free radicals slowing aging and degenerative diseases such as arthritis.
  • Relieves symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome.