Spiced Whipped Coconut Pudding

Creamy, fluffy, holiday spiced bliss!

Recently, I’ve been craving whipped cream. I blame the all the pie commercials now that it is holiday season. My sister can squelch any similar cravings by squirting Reddi whip into her mouth, but I needed a different solution.

So I created Spiced Whipped Coconut Pudding! It’s like eating a bowl full of whipped cream. Except this whipped cream is touched with festive spices, dairy free and nourishing!

I’m sharing the recipe at Whole New Mom. Click here to get the recipe!

Whipped Coconut Pudding

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  1. says


    What a clever idea to use gelatin! I’ve been using it in a lot of stuff and I even made a dessert souffle with it. I never thought of using it to help make a better coconut milk whipped cream.

  2. Chaan says

    Looks great, this recipe! Where I live gelatin powder is very hard to get. Can I also use agar agar??
    Thnx for answering.

    • says

      Hi Chaan! I suggest trying to find grassfed gelatin, as it is really a healing superfood. I can’t find it where I live, so I order it on Amazon. It’s called Great Lakes gelatin. Agar agar would probably work in this recipe–I’ve never used it before, though. I’ve heard it has to dissolve at a higher temperature so you would need to heat the coconut milk more.

      • Chaan says

        Hi Lauren! Thanks for your answer. I want to try this recipe together with some other desserts for Christmas. So because of time I try it with agar agar then. Will continue my search for grass fed gelatine. Saw somewhere on internet that ordering to Europe is very expensive. And I’m on a strict budget now. But I do like it to know that grass fed gelatine is a superfood.

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