Cathy Nunn


In the photo, I put some walnuts on top. I didn't have any marachino cherries.. It was just fine without them!

Prep time is brief, but cooking time should only be 5 mins to make the gelatin.

This dessert is very popular in my house!! I love to serve it to company. Terrific cold treat in hot weather! Bon Apetit' y'all!

★★★★★ 2 votes
20 Min
5 Min


1 small
pkg. jello strawberry-banana gelatin, prepared according to pkg instructions
banana, sliced (2 if they are small)
1 can(s)
8 oz - crushed pineapple
1/2 c
sweetened coconut
1 small
pkg jello instant coconut cream pudding, prepared to pkg instructions
1 1/2 c
cool whip (may use real whipped cream if desired)
1 large
handfull chopped walnuts
a few
marachino cherries (optional-for garnish)


1Prepare Gelatin according to directions. Pour into a glass (preferrably) high-side baking dish. Refrigerate until set. (maybe 1 hour)

After it has set, lay banana slices on the jello, covering it as much as possible.
2Then drain crushed pineapple, spoon pineapple onto the bananas and spead out evenly. Sprinkle all over the coconut.

Prepare Coconut cream pudding according to pkg directions and pour on top of the coconut & bananas. Refrigerate about half an hour until pudding is set, then spread on top the Cool Whip (or real whipped cream). Sprinkle walnuts on top. If desired, you may place a few marachino cherries on top for garnish. Refrigerate. Serve chilled.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Desserts