Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

Here's a quick and healthy dessert or snack with tropical flavours. I'm adding this recipe for ZWT5. This recipe comes from the Vegetarian Passport Cookbook by Linda Woolven.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 1 cup dried pineapple
  • 12 cup shredded coconut
  • 14 cup sesame seeds
  • 2 tablespoons pineapple juice, use only as much as needed to make consistency right for forming into balls


  1. Add the first 3 ingredients to a food processor and blend until somewhat smooth.
  2. Add as much juice as is required to make the consistency right for forming into balls.
  3. Form into balls and allow to harden.
Most Helpful

So quick and easy to make. They hardened after about 45 minutes, and when I took them out, they made for a light dessert, with coffee. So good; it's just too bad they didn't last long.

Studentchef August 01, 2013

These came out perfect for me, but I didn't use any juice. I got the no-sulfur, low-sugar dried pinapple from the health food store. I'd like to try them with home-dehydrated pineapple to get no added sugar. Pineapple's sweet. Why add sugar? My 2- & 4-year-olds loved these and frowned when I put some away for later. Thanks! Reviewed for Healthy Choices ABC tag.

mliss29 July 21, 2009

Made these to snack on and while they tasted good they were very sticky. I made with just the first three ingredients as the directions state to add just enough juice to be able to form a ball and I could do that with out the juice. The consistency even after sitting was that of sticky raw cookie dough. Don’t have a good suggestion on how to resolve that issue. Sorry these sounded good and I love dried pineapple.

Debbwl July 03, 2009