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 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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  • Yield: 12 1x




  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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  1. Jill Tabak says:

    Yummy! How long can they stay out of the freezer.

    1. juli says:

      depends on the temperature in the room. they can last outside of the freezer for a while if it’s not too hot

  2. Brenda says:

    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!

  3. Amanda says:

    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

  4. Mary says:

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

  5. Hazel says:

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

    1. juli says:

      im not sure if that would work the same

  6. Nikita says:

    Yep, this is happening. And I completely get your sense of humor!

  7. Suzann says:

    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. juli says:

      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

  8. Suzann says:

    Is cream of coconut and coconut cream concentrate the same thing? Thank you!

    1. juli says:


  9. Emi says:

    Esploded! It is way more fun to say it that way.

    1. juli says:


  10. CharlieLou says:

    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!

    1. juli says:

      Never tried