Caribbean Pina Colada Pudding

Caribbean Pina Colada Pudding created by loof751

The pina colada is probably the most popular Caribbean beverage, one that combines the cool, fresh flavors of the islands. This refreshing dessert makes a perfect light ending to any meal.

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  • Have an ungreased 8 inch baking dish ready.
  • In a medium saucepan, combine milk, cornstarch, and brown sugar. Mix well to dissolve cornstarch.
  • Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until mixture comes to a boil.
  • Continue to cook and stir for 2 minutes. Remove from heat and stir in extracts.
  • Add bread cubes and pineapple. Mix gently and thoroughly.
  • Spoon mixture into baking dish, sprinkle with coconut.
  • Cover and chill.
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"The pina colada is probably the most popular Caribbean beverage, one that combines the cool, fresh flavors of the islands. This refreshing dessert makes a perfect light ending to any meal."
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  1. loof751
    Caribbean Pina Colada Pudding Created by loof751
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  2. loof751
    Very tasty cold bread pudding! Surprisingly not too sweet and nice tropical flavor. I used recipe #505414 for the bread and it was great. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for ZWT9, The Apron String Travelers
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  3. Gerry
    Lovely Pina Colada flavor and makes for a nice light dessert. Made as posted but next time will go with with white bread slices instead of the whole wheat. The skim milk works but if I make it for family or friends would go with the 1 or 2 percent. Thank you for a touch of the Caribbean on a cold winter day here in Saskatchewan.
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  4. Gerry
    Lovely Pina Colada flavor and makes for a nice light dessert. Made as posted but next time will go with with white bread slices instead of the whole wheat. The skim milk works but if I make it for family or friends would go with the 1 or 2 percent. Thank you for a touch of the Caribbean on a cold winter day here in Saskatchewan.
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  5. Mandy
    I love anything Pina Colada flavoured & this is no exception. I made this as a sweet treat breakfast but used Splenda in place of sugar. It made for a lovely cool brekky on a hot morning & I imagine would be a great refreshing dessert after a spicy meal. Thanks for posting!
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