best coquito recipe no eggs

by Prof. Llewellyn Nitzsche Published 1 year ago Updated 11 months ago

How to make Coquito using a traditional recipe?


  • Mix all ingredients in a blender at high speed.
  • Refrigerate for a minimum of 1 hour.
  • Shake well before serving.
  • Serve cold in a small glass. Garnish with cinnamon stick.

How to make a simple Nutella Coquito?


  • Pour cream of coconut and nutella in a blender and mix well with vanilla extract, almond extract, and cinnamon.
  • Once smooth, add the evaporated milk and white rum. Blend again.
  • Chill in fridge for 2-3 hours before serving.

How to make PR Coquito?

Mix half (1 can of evaporated, 1 of condensed, 1 of Coco López) and cinnamon in the blender and transfer it to a large container. Torres warns that “if you don’t put the cinnamon in the blender, it will never mix.” Repeat the steps with the other half. Once the two mixes are in the container, add the rum.

How to make a Coquito?


  • In the blender add the Coconut Milk, Coconut Cream, Condensed milk, Vanilla, Frangelico, Rums, Nutmeg, and Cinnamon.
  • Blend until everything is combined.
  • DO NOT SKIP THIS STEP : This part is very important that you follow: In an empty wine bottle, using a funnel and a strainer pour Coquito mix. ...

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How do you make coquito without eggs?

Ingredients1 (15-ounce) can cream of coconut.1 (14-ounce) can sweetened condensed milk.1 (12-ounce) can evaporated milk.12 ounces white rum, or to taste.1 teaspoon coconut extract, or vanilla extract.1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon.1/4 teaspoon ground cloves.1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg.More items...•

Do you have to put eggs in coquito?

Coquito (without egg) will last in an airtight container refrigerated for 4-6 months. If some of the coconut fat solidifies let it sit on the counter for 10 minutes and give it a good shake before serving. It is traditionally made with Puerto Rican Rum like Don Q but you can use whatever white rum you prefer.

How do you make strong coquito?

Ingredients4 oz raisins.1 1/2 cups dark rum.2 cinnamon sticks.1 (14 oz) can sweetened condensed milk.1 (15 oz) can cream of coconut (Coco Lopez)1 (13.5 oz) can coconut milk.4 oz evaporated milk.1/2 teaspoon nutmeg.More items...•

How do you make Lupita coquito?

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Why do you put eggs in coquito?

Egg yolks are an emulsifier, which helps keep the coquito from separating while chilling in your fridge, and they are a thickener so if you like the thickness of eggnog, adding fresh egg yolks will give you that. Make sure they're from eggs you've just bought this week, y'all because they aren't cooked.

Is coquito and Rumchata the same?

Horchata and Coquito are both absolutely delicious beverages. One is coconut based and the other uses various ingredients such as rice flour or almonds.

How long does coquito last without eggs?

Coquito (without the egg) can be kept refrigerated for 4-6 months in an airtight container. If any of the coconut fat solidifies, leave it on the counter for 10 minutes before serving and give it a good shake. It's traditionally made with Don Q, a Puerto Rican rum, but any white rum will do.

Which rum is best for coquito?

If you're making it with the eggs, you will need to make this in batches. Coquito should be made with Puerto Rican rum- like Palo Viejo, Don Q, or the popular Bacardí, which is really a Cuban-born brand but is popular in PR- or at the very least a Caribbean rum.

Does Puerto Rican eggnog have eggs in it?

Puerto Rican eggnog is called Coquito, which means “little coconut” in English. Coquito may or may not include egg, but it always has either coconut milk, coconut cream, or both. Although most households drink Puerto Rican eggnog during the holiday season, many people enjoy drinking it year-round.

How do you make coquito smooth?

InstructionsIn a small pot, add water and anise. Gently boil for 2-3 minutes. ... In a blender, add all of the ingredients, minus the Bacardi. (Depending on size of the blender, you may have to do this in batches.)Add mixture to a pitcher. Add in Bacardi, and with a large spoon, mix.

How do you make coquito Dominican?

INSTRUCTIONSIn a blender, combine condense milk, evaporated milk, coconut milk and coconut cream.Add the cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla.Finally, add the rum. ... Pour into a glass bottles, seal tightly and refrigerate.Serve cold in small drink glasses and garnish with a sprinkle of cinnamon or nutmeg.

Does coquito need to be cooked?

The largest difference is the egg content. Coquito doesn't contain eggs, but eggnog does. Further, Eggnog requires a cooking period while Coquito is made without cooking and is super easy to toss together. Some of the spices used may differ a little as well.

Puerto Rican Coquito Recipe

Now that you know everything you need to know about making Puerto Rican Coquito it is time to print the recipe.


Combine evaporated milk, condensed milk, and coconut milk in a large blender.

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How to make coquito at home

Pour raisins into a bowl and pour over about ½ cup of rum. Put this in the fridge overnight. The raisins will soften so they will blend easily the following day.

Homemade Coquito

This is a simplified recipe for homemade coquito with no eggs. It’s the perfect drink for holiday parties or family gatherings and while it is usually enjoyed chilled, you can also heat it up, if you like.


In a small bowl (a soup bowl will do), combine raisins and ½ cup of rum. Transfer this into the fridge and let it sit overnight.

This thick and creamy Coquito recipe is a Puerto Rican tradition that is loaded with coconut, rum and cinnamon for an extra thick and creamy coconut eggnog!

This thick and creamy Coquito recipe is a Puerto Rican tradition that is loaded with coconut, rum and cinnamon for an extra thick and creamy coconut eggnog!

How to make Coquito

Coquito is surprisingly EASY to make, it will take you about 10 minutes total of work.

Coquito – A Family Recipe

This fabulous Coquito recipe is actually a family recipe from my friend Christina.

Coquito Ingredients

There are a few ingredients in this Coquito recipe that are optional, and a few ingredients you must include.

Coquito Recipe

This thick and creamy Coquito recipe is a Puerto Rican tradition that is loaded with coconut, rum and cinnamon for an extra thick and creamy coconut eggnog!


The easiest way to describe coquito to those who aren't familiar with it is to call it "Puerto Rican eggnog." The two do share some similarities — both are creamy dairy-based cocktails enjoyed during the Christmas season, but for those of us who grew up with coquito, the comparison takes away from the fact that coquito is a cherished beverage with rich culture, traditions and passionate admirers of its very own..


Technique tip: Like most fats, coconut oil solidifies in the cold, sometimes making this drink very thick after a night in the fridge. Let sit out for about 15 minutes to thin it out before serving, then shake vigorously. If you're in a rush, you can also run the bottle under warm tap water for a minute or so.

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