Limbers [LEEM behr] are super easy to make and kill any store-purchased popsicle you've ever had. Here is my adaptation of the recipe I found (http://cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopict-587305-.html). I just add about two teaspoons vanilla in addition to what the recipe calls for. By the way, to make them, they're traditionally just frozen in small plastic cups and people get creative as far as how to eat them :). What has worked for me is to fill the cup half way so that you can squeeze around the sides to loosen it, then push it up to enjoy it and flip the popsicle around to catch the juice once the bottom starts to melt.
Limber de Coco (coconut Puerto Rican-style popsicles)
1 can coconut milk
1can coconut cream
1 can water (fill the can of coconut milk to measure)
1/4 tb cinnamon
you can also add grated coconut before freezing, if desired
sugar to taste (maybe about a 1/4 cup)
Mix it all up in the blender and taste it to be sure it's to your liking. Freeze and enjoy a yummy, fresh-tasting, creamy limber!
You can cover the tops of the cups by pressing a piece of plastic wrap flat to the surface to delay the tops of the limbers getting that freezer taste. It happens sometimes, but the whole thing isn't ruined...you can rinse the top with hot water, if necessary or just flip it and eat it from the bottom first.
I've also added two baby bananas in the mix and it was sooo good!! You can add a half a regular banana as a sub.
And sorry this is a little out of season for most of the U.S., lol. Hey, it's still in the 80s here in Miami, lol. Nonetheless, I would probably still be eating them if I were at home because they're just that good :).
*Source of photos: http://www.bijlmakers.com/fruits/coconut/coconut_fruits.jpg, http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_uRkuxuyWxeY/THAeHAiHiCI/AAAAAAAAAMs/10wgmbqh70s/s400/coconut.jpg