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Can coconut milk be frozen? 

Photo by Lee Harrelson; Styled by Jan Gautro

 "Can coconut milk be frozen? I love using it, but rarely need the entire can." 

According to a consumer affairs specialist at Goya, you can keep leftover coconut milk (both light and regular) in the refrigerator for four to six weeks, but it does not freeze well. But don't leave it in the can: simply transfer the unused portion to a clean container with a tight-fitting lid.

This indulgent recipe for Coconut-milk Pudding Rollsuses the whole can of coconut milk, so you don't have to worry about storing it.