Coconut Poke Cake

This Coconut Poke Cake is a delicious dessert to enjoy after dinner with a mug of coffee but it works equally as well for serving guests.

 

This Coconut Poke Cake is a delicious dessert to enjoy after dinner with a mug of coffee but it works equally as well for serving guests.

This Coconut Poke Cake is a delicious dessert to enjoy after dinner with a mug of coffee but it works equally as well for serving guests.

 

Coconut Poke Cake

INGREDIENTS:
1 box White Cake Mix (plus box ingredients)
14 oz Sweetened Condensed Milk
1 cup Coconut Milk
4 oz Shredded Coconut
8 oz thawed Frozen Whipped Topping (Cool Whip)

 

 

DIRECTIONS:
Prepare cake in 13×9″ pan according to box directions.
Allow to cool until just slightly warm.

 


Use spoon handle to poke holes evenly across cake.

 


Combine coconut milk and sweetened condensed milk and whisk until well blended.

 


Pour mixture over cake making sure it gets down into holes.
Refrigerate cake for 15 minutes to allow mixture to set up.

 


Spread whipped topping evenly over cake.

 


Garnish with a shredded coconut.

 

This Coconut Poke Cake is a delicious dessert to enjoy after dinner with a mug of coffee but it works equally as well for serving guests.

 

Coconut Poke Cake

Ingredients
  

  • 1 box White Cake Mix plus box ingredients
  • 14 oz Sweetened Condensed Milk
  • 1 cup Coconut Milk
  • 4 oz Shredded Coconut
  • 8 oz thawed Frozen Whipped Topping Cool Whip

Instructions
 

  • Prepare cake in 13x9" pan according to box directions.
  • Allow to cool until just slightly warm.
  • Use spoon handle to poke holes evenly across cake.
  • Combine coconut milk and sweetened condensed milk and whisk until well blended.
  • Pour mixture over cake making sure it gets down into holes.
  • Refrigerate cake for 15 minutes to allow mixture to set up.
  • Spread whipped topping evenly over cake.
  • Garnish with a shredded coconut.

 

This Coconut Poke Cake is a delicious dessert to enjoy after dinner with a mug of coffee but it works equally as well for serving guests.

 

4 thoughts on “Coconut Poke Cake

  1. I’m afraid desiccated coconut is another one of my dislikes but I do love those cherries on top and could eat them until they come out of my ears, lol.

  2. I have never been a huge fan of coconut but this definitely does look good. i would totally try this if someone made it for me

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