• Serves 4
  • 5 hours
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 4 Ingredients


A light and sweet dessert.

Ingredients (serves 4)

  • 1 packet Pineapple flavored jelly crystals
  • 200ml Coconut milk
  • Canned pineapple pieces
  • Toasted coconut pieces


  1. Make jelly by adding 250ml boiling water to the jelly crystals and stir to completely dissolve.
  2. Leave the jelly for approximately 1 hour until it starts to thicken but not set
  3. Slowly whisk in the coconut milk and then pour into serving dishes, or like I did, a shallow glass baking dish
  4. Serve topped with tinned or fresh pineapple and coconut pieces.


I carefully cut my jelly into individual squares and serve that way, but it also looks great in small cups or dishes. You can alter this to an adult only dessert by adding only 150ml coconut milk and 50ml of Malibu white rum, then letting set as per the normal method. Eat within 2 days and don’t put fresh pineapple into the jelly or it won’t set!

  • Fresh pineapple and coconut make a lovely combination !


  • This would make a nice after BBQ summer treat thanks


  • Great flavours , looks beautiful!


  • I might try this with lite jelly your recipe is so gorgeous thanks


  • Great flavours. Looks delicious!


  • Beautiful and refreshing, delicious flavour.


  • WOW what a lovely simple dessert…looks so yumm. thanks for sharing.


  • Yum, my mouth is watering at the thought of how this will taste. Thanks for the recipe.


  • Was wondering how the pineapple was used. thank you for this.

    • It was used on top of the jelly with toasted coconut as garnish/extra flavour


  • When you’re a vegetarian you can use agar agar Instead of jelly crystals.


  • Yum Yum and Yum ! Thanks for sharing !


  • Yummo…..what a great idea. How elegant does it look. Will need to make next party.


  • Wow! I love this and will definitely be trying both variations!!


  • This pineapple and coconut jelly slice looks so bright and also so delicious. Thanks for sharing this slice!

    • Also; thanks for the variation on this recipe for adults. A variation worth trying out! :)


  • Your dessert looks lovely and the rum sounds like a great idea! Thanks!


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