CoCito Drink Recipe

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Nutrition Information† ‡

Serving size: 250 mL (1 cup)

Calories
480
Fat
21.8 g
Carbs
31 g
Protein
5.0 g

Ingredients

How to Make It

Mix coconut milk, sweetened condensed milk, cream of coconut, cinnamon, nutmeg, and eggnog in blender and blend for 1 minute. Slowly pour in coconut rum and mix until desired strength.

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This drink recipe was submitted by one of our beautiful readers, Jynxd624!

Comments on CoCito

  • marie
    Dec 5th, 2012
    this seems like coquito which is a puerto rican egg nog, but it's not made with eggnog in it. You use 2 eggs or not and also add evaporated milk. I made it and it is goooood. One can of each. and you're suppose to put it in a glass bottle like the rum bottle and put it in the freezer to chill
  • Maria
    Sep 28th, 2012
    the reason they use eggnog is for the cocito to last a longer time before the end of the holidays using the actual egg would only last at least a week.
  • JRamirez87
    Dec 19th, 2011
    My mother uses 4 egg yolks and one whole lemon instead of the eggnog.
  • Rockstar Mama
    Dec 12th, 2011
    one of my favorite drinks...since i am from the VI. And i've never used eggs or eggnog. coconut juice and milk w/ the condensed milk and and cream of coconut is enough to make it nice and creAMY.
  • sunny
    Dec 7th, 2011
    No one in my family has ever used egg nog. We shred coconuts
  • kjwing
    Dec 26th, 2009
    This is a really good drink. Thanks for posting it.
  • George Sal
    Dec 22nd, 2009
    The substitute is a pint of the most inexpensive vanilla ice cream you can purchase. it works great Happy holiday.
  • dee
    Aug 7th, 2009
    do you have to use rum?
  • Jynxd624
    Dec 23rd, 2008
    Egg Nog is the base - you can use 1/2 a can of - Sweetened condensed milk (aka Magnolia , 1 can Carnation milk, and 3 egg yolks. The Egg Nog is subbing the use of having to do the hard work of beating your own eggs with carnation milk and magnolia milk.
  • Marty
    Dec 1st, 2008
    I had never seen my mother use eggnog, is there a substitute for it.

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