Fruity coconut creams

Fruity coconut creams

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Prep: 10 mins No cook


Serves 4
A quick low-fat pud that's easy to made and easy to adapt

Nutrition and extra info

  • Healthy

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal266
  • fat5g
  • saturates4g
  • carbs40g
  • sugars39g
  • fibre1g
  • protein19g
  • salt0.16g
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  • 1 x 50g/2oz sachet coconut cream
  • 500g 0% Greek yogurt or tub quark
  • 85g icing sugar, sieved
  • few drops vanilla extract
  • 2 kiwi fruit
    Kiwi fruit

    Kiwi fruit

    kee-wee froot

    The brown and hairy exterior of this egg-shaped fruit doesn't look promising, but inside it…

  • 400g can pineapple chunks



    With its tuft of spiky, dusty green leaves and cross-hatched, golden orange skin, the pineapple…


  1. Dissolve the coconut cream in 50ml boiling water, then leave to cool. Spoon the quark or yogurt into a mixing bowl, then stir in the icing sugar and vanilla. Combine with the coconut mix, then spoon into individual glasses. Chill until ready to serve.

  2. Peel and chop the kiwi fruit into small pieces. Drain the pineapple, then chop the chunks into small pieces. Mix the fruit together, then spoon over the top of the coconut creams to serve.

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Comments (25)

Mazi's picture

This recipe is so simple & sooooo delightful! I can't believe it.........

hiyamod's picture

GREAt and very yummy recipy .. we make it every time we have indian dinner with freinds. you just need to make sure you use the right type of coconut cream poweder. I been using this brand and never tried with anything else. sriuosly this recipy does not look much but ohhh my word its very yummy :-)

maggiebleksley's picture

I think the writer of this recipe must be confusing creamed coconut with coconut cream. These are two different products. Coconut cream is of a pouring consistency similar to that of dairy cream and comes in a packet, the corner of which can be snipped when you're ready to pour. The product that comes in sachets, usually four to a packet, and which is hard until dissolved in a liquid, is called creamed coconut and, from the context, it looks as if that is what is meant to be used here.

hiyamod's picture

It's just Amazing and so simple .. you can find the coconut cream Poweder in any indian shop it's difrent than the cream liquid.
Try it and surise yourself

hiyamod's picture

Waooooo Amazing and so simple to make, I used MAGGI Coconut Milk Powder, it's just gave a simple yogurt a different dimension.
it's so Amazingly tasty and you want to go for more and more and more.

gervais's picture

Made this for a friend's birthday bash and put in little cups, worked a treat. I could not get powdered coconut cream (another food item 'missing' in Brisbane!!) but used the powdered coconut milk instead, I don't thing it was as tasty but still got wonderful feedback, would make again as so easy.

nicola84001's picture

this sounds gorgeous (and easy) but i would like to knowm if it can be made a day ahead as i will be short of time on the day, thanks

stordjupet1's picture

You can get sachets of creamed coconut from Waitrose. Made by "Barts".Comes in 4 handy servings.

cliffbrown's picture

Please note that kiwis are flightless birds, and they are a protected species. Using kiwis in your recipe is likely to get you into trouble.

*Kiwifruit* is what you should be listing as your ingredient! :-)

hilda_aa's picture

Where do i purchase coconut cream sachet ?

razata's picture

Tesco stocks Patak's creamed coconut - 4 sachets in a pack. Hope that helps.

bigfatknacker's picture

oh i sooooooooo luuuuuuurrrrrrrvvvvvvveeeee this recipe, it is o yuummmmmmeeeeee that i had to ake it 15 times to cater for my craving desire for more! try this rec. if you dont like it, you must be out of your mind or dead.

josephina86's picture

Very delicious, simple and pretty! I accidentally bought the full fat greek yoghurt though so it was extra creamy... ah well once won't hurt! Also, it may not look like enough but it's definitely well divided for 4. I was only making for 3 and it was a bit too much, even though they look like small portions.

Also I might use tinned coconut next time because hacking away at the block of creamed coconut (couldn't find sachets) was not efficient!

laurentd121's picture

Easy, simple and delicious, I loved it!

mother_ship's picture

Simple and delicious, I found I didn't need all the sugar and used a mango and nectarine which needed using up. You'd never guess the yogurt is 0% fat!'s picture

Delicious. So easy to make. I used tinned coconut cream instead. Toasted desiccated coconut sprinkled on the top adds a great crunch.

ireland's picture

Very easy to make and great served after a fairly spicy meal. Have used various tropical fruits to top the puddding. Probably made it about 6 times, never fails.

sanginicrane's picture

Really nice finish to a spicy meal. I always sprinkle toasted coconut on top of the fruit before serving.


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