I came up with this as a solution to leftover coconut milk and a fresh pineapple. And even on Weight Watchers, it was worth saving points for this dessert. The whole recipe has a total of 8 points. The rum for this dessert should be golden- a light rum will not produce the same depth of flavour. Number of servings will depend on the size of pineapple used- increase the sauce if using a large pineapple.
To make jello a little more interesting, I added my favourite tropical fruits and it worked beautifully! This is so refreshing on a hot day and the low sugar version is great for waistline-watchers. I use sugar free jello but feel free to use a small packet of regular peach jello. I have been told that fresh pineapple prevents gelatin from setting so only use canned for this recipe. Cook time is chilling time.
This is adapted from a recipe given to me by a caterer that I have worked with. It is similar to other recipes on Zaar but I love this one for its simplicity and warm, fresh flavour so thought I would post it anyway.
This is really refreshing on a hot day. I'm sure you could add rum to make this an interesting cocktail although I've only tried the non-alcoholic version! This drink is best when made with newly-opened sparkling water, to get the most fizz out of it! Cook time is chill time.
I made this smoothie, trying to copy a store-bought kind and this is so much better! The fresh pineapple gives it such a light, fresh flavour- it's just not the same with canned pineapple.
If any of this smoothie makes it to the fridge, you may like to water it down with some pineapple juice as the coconut milk thickens as it cools.
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