Gently melt coconut oil on the stove. While the oil is melting, briefly process the frozen fruit in a food processor so it's chopped up into small pieces. (If you're concerned that your berries may be
excessively cold, see note above under "notes on the recipe.")
Add the vanilla extract and stevia to your food processor.
Pour the melted coconut oil into your food processor and process to mix with the fruit and other ingredients. Continue mixing until all of the fruit is smoothly blended into the oil.
The mixture should now be a thick blended consistency. If for some reason your mixture is still frozen and not blending properly, you can remove some of the frozen bits and gently melt them on your stove. Once melted, return the mixture to your food processor and try again to mix everything together smoothly.
Scoop finished mixture into molds or simply drop spoonfuls on a parchment paper-lined surface such as a cutting board. Using the molds will make your coconut berry delights prettier, but simply dropping them as spoonfuls works just as well if you don’t have or don't want to use molds.
Put molds or parchment paper-lined surface into the freezer to firm up the delights. After half an hour or so, or whenever they have become solid, remove from the molds/parchment paper and store in a container in your freezer. Enjoy whenever you feel like you need (or want!) some coconut oil.