White Chocolate Coconut Ice Cream Pie
A volleyball pie to celebrate the big game at Malibu Sands!
Hello! We’re back again at Malibu Sands where we learn that Zack is in love…with a car. Unfortunately, Mr. Carosi owns the car and wants a lot of money for it. What’s a young, crafty dude to do? Win Mr. Carosi’s favor by promising to win the volleyball match against the rival beach club, North Beach. (I’ve never been a member of a beach club. If any readers have, please leave a comment and confirm that there are in fact rivalries betwixt them).
Also I forgot the cafe at the beach club is called “The Sand Cafe.” I know it’s a play on the name of the club…but yuck…how unappetizing. It’s not nearly as appealing as something like Malibu Sands & Scoops, for example. Anyway, Zack informs the gang of his plan at “The Sand Cafe” and they’re all like lol we’ve never played Volleyball together but okay. Shortly thereafter, they encounter a couple of North Beach players, including one future McSteamy.
Unfortunately, Zack’s ringer falls through with an ankle injury. Following a series of other really poor fits for the team, Stacey steps in at the last minute so they won’t have to fore-fit. They win, of course. Zack and Stacey share a victorious hug and sparks fly.
To see the highlights of the most screen time spent on a fictional beach volleyball game since Top Gun, click here. Otherwise, keep reading for the recipe. This time we’re making coconut ice cream with white chocolate chips (or whatever Gharadelli means by “white chips”) in an oreo cookie pie crust.
I *highly* recommend using 1 can of coconut cream and 1 can of coconut milk for this because you’ll get a little more bang for your buck. Coconut cream has a lot more fat in it than coconut milk so you’ll have more to work with from the one can. But if you can’t find coconut cream, then using 3 cans of coconut milk should do the trick. Remember to chill your cans in the fridge for at least 2 days prior to making this.
Oreo pie crust
2/3 c Ghirardelli White Chips
Nestle Toll House Semi-Sweet Morsels (optional for decoration)
1 can coconut milk, 1 can coconut cream (or 3 total cans coconut milk)
1/2 c sugar
1 pinch of salt
White Chocolate Coconut Pie
Combine coconut cream, coconut milk, sugar, and salt in large mixing bowl. Using a hand mixer, mix until smooth.
Mix in white chips.
Place in freezer and chill 1 hour.
Remove from freezer, whisk, and pour into Oreo pie crust.
If desired, use semi-sweet morsels to decorate the pie like a volleyball. Note: you might be more successful with your decorating if you freeze the pie for 30 minutes before you adorn it with chocolate chips.
Cover with cling wrap and freeze 4 hours.
Serve and enjoy!