Blueberry Honey Coconut Cups

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It’s like a Reese’s cup, but not at all.

Anywho, I’m having a fun time lately. I’ve been letting loose a little. Not being so uptight. You could say I’ve been untucking my shirt and unbuttoning the top button, if I had shirts with buttons…or pants that you could actually tuck a shirt into. Why did I even say that last sentence?

Wanna know what I did? I consumed a couple alcoholic beverages over the weekend, for the second weekend in a row! What the? Then danced my ass off. And topped it all off with embarrassing myself wakeboarding. What a solid weekend! It’s weird. I’m actually enjoying being social. I’m a bit more tired than usual though. How do you people drink every weekend? And still get sh*t done. All I do is day dream about sleeping in a cloud. God I wish I could sleep in the clouds.

Wakeboarding was so.much.fun. Seriously, so fun. At one point, I tried to jump and face planted pretty hard. Water hurts surprisingly bad. I kind of thought I ruptured my ear drum, but I didn’t want to look like a p*ssy in front of this guy, so I blew the snot out of my nose and got back up…to only fall many times after that. I can’t wait to go back again. And learn more stuff. And fall more times. I just have to learn to be braver. Is braver a word? Whatever. Braver people go places. That’s just fact.

Yes, I peed in the lake.

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Blueberry Honey Coconut Cups

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  1. Place a small saucepan over medium heat.
  2. Add your blueberries and honey. Mix to help break down the blueberries.
  3. Once your blueberries have esploded (that means exploded, but is just more fun to say that way), add your coconut oil and coconut cream concentrate.
  4. Mix thoroughly.
  5. Remove from heat and add your shredded coconut and cashews.
  6. Line your muffin tin with silicone liners or paper muffin liners, pour mixture into each cup to a height that you prefer, then place in freezer for 20 minutes.
  7. Consume.
  8. Store in freezer if you have self control.

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Oh, Hi! I’m Juli.

I’m a food hoarder. And a really bad dancer. If you don’t know me well, you will probably not understand my humor. Therefore, I apologize ahead of time. Thanks for listening to my ramblings of my ever-changing life and trusting my kitchen mishaps. Your trust in me is appreciated.

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102 thoughts on “Blueberry Honey Coconut Cups”

  1. My favorite thing to do first thing in the morning at work is log onto your site and read the day’s post. OMG do you make me laugh! And even when I’m not laughing, I’m smiling! Thank you so much for turning around my Monday morning!

    Oh and by the way, was this guy last week’s “date?” And how is the bikini shopping going? Did you wear one to go wakeboarding???

    1. That’s awesome Sue! And I did go bikini shopping. Swim suit shopping is just stupid. And I wore one. And was not happy about it!

  2. I have a STACK of your recipes to try. I’m going to turn them all over so I can’t see them, shuffle them around and pick. I love your recipes and the way you present yourself!

  3. These look delicious! I have a question about coconut oil. I recently purchased some and living in a warm climate, it does not stay solidified. I’m thinking it should be fine, but should I keep it in the fridge?

  4. These looked amazing so I had to make them…mine dont look the same as yours. Maybe its the brand of coconut butter and oil I used or maybe I cooked the blueberries too long? Mine are blue all over with white on top. I do have a question…my coconut oil was liquidity b/c of the temp in my house will that affect the measuring or recipe taste? Thanks!

  5. I did this with strawberries… So tasty. AND I wore your tank to Whole foods, and no joke, 5 people came up to me to ask about it. 3 said they love you, and 2 wrote down the website & took notes while I raved about you. Sending you love from Houston, TX!

  6. I just stumbled upon your blog and I can’t get enough. I love your quirky, sarcastic sense of humor. We should meet. I have a feeling we’d get along just swell. 🙂 And as a fairly new crossfitter (who has totally drank the kool-aid and now has no friends unless they crossfit because it’s all I can talk about) your blog and recipes are totally my saving grace.

  7. love your site, been consistently cooking your recipes for months and i’m a big fan. never cooked one of your treat recipes yet but this looks like a great one to start on

  8. Just made these w/ a few modifications due to ingredients/materials on hand, and portion preference.

    I halved the recipe.

    In place of the Raw Honey, I used 2 Tb of Coconut Nectar.

    I also added 1 tsp of Organic Vanilla Extract.

    I Used Frozen Wild Blueberries.

    Subbed some pistachios for the Cashews.

    Used Mini-Muffin Sized Pan w/ paper liners.

    They turned out SO AMAZING! These will be great little fat/energy bites for me to pop pre-workout 🙂

    Thanks for yet another amazing recipe!

  9. I made these last night, and mine were really liquid-y when I poured them, whatevs. They are awesomesauce and taste a million times better than they look.

  10. Made these tonight and they were ahhhhmazing!! I made them in mini muffin tins cause they have less calories that way 😉 and I subbed in cherries and half almond butter/half coconut butter..way too good. Thanks!

  11. I would just like to say THANK YOU for all of your amazing paleo dessert recipes! When i first went gluten-free and I investigated some recipes I about crapped myself when I checked the prices on their ridiculous ingredients (see: http://wheniwentglutenfree.tumblr.com/post/23291741223/when-i-see-the-price-of-xanthan-gum ). I haven’t gotten to make these yet, they’ll have to wait until after bootcamp, but I love your banana bread french toast (as does the fiancee, she’s a sucker for french toast)!!

  12. Wow, just by the sound of it, this is prob one of your best dessert recipes! I can’t WAIT to make these!!!!! & wakeboarding is tough but SO much fun. That first paragraph made me laugh out loud, btw!

  13. I should NOT be allowed to look at your site when I’m hungry, which seems to be all the time! 🙂 I logged on to find a recipe that I already know I love….the cinnamon sliders…going to make them for a Memorial Day gathering for people who still poo poo Paleo. Now, I want to make these OMG delishious sounding cups AND the barbacoa AND the banana bread French toast! My grocery list is growing!! Btw, I laughed out loud at this post and had to read it to my hubby. Love your sense of humor, my daughter has very similar thought processes and we crack up with her constantly. 🙂

  14. We have about 2 gallons of fresh Florida blueberries in the frig. Looking forward to trying your recipe this holiday weekend. Thanks!

  15. It seems a lot of oil in this recipe. Can you comment on the nutritional aspect of these yummy snacks? Thanks!!

  16. These are delicious! omG!!! However, mine turned out all purple as well. Is there a trick to it? Mine don’t resemble the color of yours at all. But still yummy!! Seems impossible to mix after ‘esploding’ the blueberries and still have variation in color. Not complaining! Just wondering 🙂

  17. Ok I just made these and the blueberry choc chip pumpkin loaf at the same time! Can you tell I like sweets???

    Made the banana bread French toast twice already and it was ridonkulous!!

  18. I can not wait to make these. Question. Do you mix the coconut concentrate with water 1st to make the 1 cup or do you just use straight out of the jar 1 cup. 1st time using the coconut concentrate.
    Thanks

  19. Subbing frozen raspberries for the blueberries and almond butter for cashews has turned these into little frozen pb+j bombs. Kersplooie!

  20. Made these last night and pretty sure my boyfriend loves me even more now.

    Also, is there a share button on this blog or am I missing it? I’d love to tweet or email these recipes with a click

  21. Do you melt the CC concentrate and stir to incorporate every time you use it? Mine is stratified in all of it’s different components and is a TOTAL pain the ass to melt/mix! I am crossing my fingers that you have some kind of tip that makes the process quick and surgical…. Or maybe I am just being a lazy bum that doesn’t want to work for her deserts : )

    1. All you have to do is melt it down the first time to mix the oil and concentrate together. After that, it’s easier if you just melt it down a bit so you can get it out of the jar, but the oil won’t rise to the top from there on out. Does that answer your question Julie?

  22. Juli, I did as you said and gave it a thorough melting but instead of leaving it in the jar and poking at it with a butter knife like the lady in the TT video, I transferred it to a wider mouth tuperware container. THEN, I mixed the sh#t out of it without slopping it all over the counter and now I have a pleasantly homogenized mixture awaiting your next recipe. BTW, I made the cups this morning and ate one around 930…holy hell those suckers are rich! I wasn’t hungry for lunch until 4 so I just cut them into quarters as to ensure I don’t miss anymore meals : ) As always, you are rad.

  23. Made this last night…but don’t own a muffin pan, so just made them into bars and used walnuts…they are f*cking gooooooooodddd!!! My 3 year old is killing them!!

  24. I live in Phoenix and I love these after I finish in outdoor workout.

    I do have an issue, though. Mine are frozen solid if left in the freezer or soft, like pudding, if left in the fridge. The still taste great but they’re just a little sloppy. Any tips on getting them to look like your pics?

  25. I made these this weekend and I don’t think they turned out right. It didn’t seem to mix well, kinda like there was too much oil. Anyways, I still froze them and this morning I melted a cup and poured it on my waffles (of course those were your recipe too) and it was awesome.

  26. Juli, made these tonight for after dinner and let me tell ya, I have to keep myself from eating them ALL. WOW, SO addictive!!!! I’ve hidden em’ from my kids, lol. Thanks for another great recipe : )

  27. I’m not the best baker/cooker at all and thought I ruined the recipe when I noticed it was really watery :/ threw them in the freezer and crossed my fingers. Came out perfect! So yummy!

  28. So I just made these and the tops are frozen but when I went to peel it out it was all liquid. I don’t know what I do wrong, so bummed. I will try leaving them for a couple more hours in the freezer.

  29. They separated for me, but I think it was because I did have the right ingredients. I have to make or buy the coconut cream concentrate. Wish I had read the previous remarks first, there were some good ideas there.

  30. These are just incredible! BUT…I figured up the calorie content and almost fainted! I don’t count calories…just eat a lot of green and veggies, gluten, dairy and sugar free. I do need to remember that no matter how good they are, I need to watch the amount I eat!! I licked the spoon a few times while making them and was full for hours!!

  31. Can you share the calorie count? Also, can I use frozen berries right out of the freezer or do I need to thaw them first?

  32. I’ve made these twice; the second time, I put the melted “esploded” mixture in the blender. Though my first attempt was good, these turned out so much better (and more purple) using the blender…delicious blueberry, coconutty, buttery heaven! Hubby even likes these and he does like anything that isn’t made with potatoes and bread, or washed down with beer. 😉

  33. Well made these. Keep them in my freezer so i don’t eat them all at once. But mine dont’ look as pretty as yours. Mine are definatly purple all the way through….any suggestions as to what I did worong. They aint pretty but HOT damn they is delish!

  34. OMG. These are fantastic. I never ever thought I would like anything with coconut, but since going paleo and getting off the flour/sugar train, I really like coconut. I made these without the cashews and a little vanilla and dumped it all in a pan and chunked it up when frozen. Fantastic and hard to eat just a little. I just let my blueberries get soft and a few of them burst so mine were colored like your picture.

  35. Wakeboarding is all about eating sh*t, blowing the water out of your nose, getting back up like a bad ass, crashing, popping your shoulder back in place, getting back up, crashing/free enema, etc. It’s just the cycle you have to go through in the beginning. You absolutely cannot look like a p*ssy in front of guys, so you did the right thing.

    P.S. I’m making these tomorrow. Can’t wait!!!

  36. Just made these with some cherries and lemon extract added, and macadamias instead of cashews. Sitting here scraping every leftover scrap out of the blender, and it’s sooo good. Going to save me a ton over spending $4 a pop on Hail Merry tarts and I can make more flavors. Thanks!

  37. I can’t begin to describe how tasty these are! My dad is a blueberry fanatic, so, for Christmas, we made one batch of these for him. I used the mini cupcake papers which made a little more than 2 dozen, perfectly sized treats. A good use for all the Tropical Traditions Coconut Cream I have. I want to experiment now with other things using the coconut ingredients and honey as a base. I bet chocolate chips and almonds would be good!
    Thank you for your recipes!

  38. This recipe looks absolutely incredible! I have a serious coconut addiction — I will definitely be making these.

    As a fellow blogger, I wanted to give you mad props and a killer shout out for your incredible writing skills. You are hilarious and really know how to draw in the reader.

    Keep rockin’ it, lady!

    – A

  39. I made these tonight and absolutely love them! Sooo yummy! Not mention I good I felt after eating such a healthy treat 🙂

  40. Love this recipe! Coconuts are abundant here in our country so can I use fresh coconut meat for this? Thank you!

  41. Is cream of coconut the same as coconut cream concentrate? Do you melt the coconut oil first before putting in the blueberry/honey mixture? Mine froze on top but were still liquidy underneath. They were still good, but I would like them to be frozen solid like yours. Thanks!

    1. can you tell me what product you’re using for cream of coconut? it’s not the cream at the top of a coconut milk can. it’s coconut butter, which is the same as coconut cream concentrate. yes, melt the coconut first

  42. Have you ever tried using fresh coconut to make your own coconut butter? I think I might try it… thoughts?? This recipe looks great- and love the post to use mini pan (that way I can eat more of them). Toodles!

  43. These look amazing – thanks for all th great recipes!

    Mine are frozen on top but the bottoms are liquid….any idea why that would happen?

  44. I made these last night and they were SO messy… they’re sitting in my freezer right now, can’t wait to try them! Any advice for less of a mess? Thanks!!

  45. Wow. Just wow. I made these today with a serious lack of ingredients on hand and they were still amazing. I had no blueberries but had tons of cranberries. Also no nuts. But I DID have lots of local raw honey made just up the road from me so I used that with the coconut butter (homemade…im cheap) and the lovely cranberries. I am still working on my pre-paleo fat phobia so I only used a spoonful of coconut oil along with all that cocnut butter and…THEY ARE THE BEST CREATION EVER! They are also pink, and tart and just yummy. Thank you SO much for this awesome recipe 😀

  46. Hello, i am new at this way of eating and have been trying to figure out the nutritional facts, but dont think im doing to well. My carbs are coming out way too high for mine to be a paleo treat. Any help would be much appreciated!!!!! Thank you

  47. Yesterday I found and made this recipe with almonds and blackberries (as that’s what I had on hand) instead of blueberries and cashews. Like other’s mentioned, I used my mini cupcake pan so they came out as tiny bites and they’re totally perfect. My husband said they’re a definite do again 🙂 I can’t wait to try more flavor combinations! Also, I toasted the almonds and the coconut before combining them and that turned out great. Thanks for this fun recipe!

  48. I made these today as I am pregnant and looking for healthy desert options …the only concern is that all the virgin coconut oil was floating on top and formed a thick layer of just oil and I found that hard to eat by itself…the bottom portion was yummy though…
    I live in the UAE and don’t know where I’d get this brand of oil…is that the issue …because that didn’t emulsify with the cream concentrate and honey with blueberries…

  49. These are delicious! I can’t find coconut butter so I just process the heck out of some shredded coconut and it seems to work well for this. I also had some vanilla protein powder laying about and threw some of that in there too. They are plenty sweet and I probably should try the next batch without (or with reduced) honey.

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