This blended non-alcoholic Strawberry Coconut Lava Flow made with fresh strawberries, pineapple juice and coconut cream is the perfect tropical mocktail.
I saw the most beautiful red and white layered drinks the other day while I had a 15 minute block of time to fill and I used it staring at food photos on the internet. I got the bright idea that I would make said red and white layered drink. It can't be that hard to blend up something delicious that settles into perfectly uniform layers, right? Well, I got the delicious part down, just not so much the layered part. Not to worry. Your mouth won't care - I promise you. I still ended up alternating the pour of my red and white layers, they just mixed to together a little more than I had wanted. I'll tell you one thing though: This drink was DE-LIC-IOUS. Oh my. I made it for my kids because it was a rare thing for me to make a delicious drink that wasn't filled with booze, but I figured I'd better let the kids have something special once in awhile too. I will never admit, however, to the fact that any time they turned their heads I stole a sip of their drinks.
The combination of the pina colada flavors from the pineapple juice and coconut cream mixed with the fresh strawberries made tart by fresh lime juice and sweetened up with simple syrup - ugh. It was pure perfection. It was creamy and tropical and perfectly sweet. It made me feel like I was sitting on a white sand beach with warm clear water. Oh yes, this drink was tasty!
Full Recipe Instructions
- 3 ounces unsweetened coconut cream
- 3 ounces pineapple juice
- 6-7 large strawberries
- 2 ounces simple syrup
- 1 ounce fresh lime juice
- First, blend the coconut cream, pineapple juice, and a handful of ice until smooth. Pour into a separate measuring cup and set aside. Wash out blender.
- Second, blend together strawberries, simple syrup, lime juice, and a handful of ice.
- Alternate pouring coconut mixture with strawberry mixture into a large glass. Garnish with a fresh strawberry. Enjoy!
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Had this in Hawaii! ALOOOOOOHA! Do you have an alcoholic version? Love it both ways, just want the best of both worlds!
Nini - you're my kind of people!!! I would just say add a splash (or a big splash) of your favorite booze. Rum or vodka would be my preference for this recipe... but a coconut rum would be ideal!
Does this recipe serve 1 only? Want to know how much ingredients to use if making for 6 people
Yep, makes one drink. Will have to multiply by 6.
Thalia @ butter and brioche
What a super easy and delicious Summer-time drink. I love the combination of strawberry and coconut so I know this is so delicious!