Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

This light dessert can be made even lighter if you choose the fatfree instant pudding. Note that vanilla yogurt gives this dessert a richer flavour.


  1. If you buy your pineapple in metric-sized tins, you want the 540mL tin of crushed pineapple.
  2. In a mixing bowl, whisk together pudding mix and undrained pineapple.
  3. Whisk in yogurt.
  4. Spoon into serving dishes and chill until serving time (needs only 30 minutes at the most in the fridge before they're ready to eat).
  5. These look particularly attractive when garnished with a few fresh berries-- try blueberries or raspberries.
  6. If taking to a potluck, don't spoon it into individual dishes but rather leave it in the bowl.


Most Helpful

Very good low calorie dessert that can be made in just minutes. Thanks for the recipe Lennie!

Indiana Debbie January 05, 2003

I made this for myself for Christmas dinner [I'm a new diabetic, and I didn't want to feel left out at dessert time]. I used vanilly yogurt, and it was delicious. In fact, some of my family who are not diabetic wanted to share my dessert, and everyone loved it ! Thanks for a great new treat, Lennie.

Terri Newell January 23, 2004

I just made this using sugar-free, fat-free vanilla pudding and it was quite bitter and off tasting. Maybe it was the pudding mix, but I had to add almost double the yogurt to make it edible. I don't know what happened! I will try it again. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

bellysmom July 22, 2009

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