No Bake Pineapple Dream Dessert


The No-Bake Pineapple Dream dessert that is topped with coconut is refreshing soft and creamy, perfect for the summer. You’ll want to recreate this simple dessert from the past and more! It was initially named Pineapple Dream Torte, and it was a tiny scrap of paper that was pasted on the larger sheet with a few others. I suppose it was simpler to keep the track of these in this manner rather than just throwing all the pieces of paper in bags.

It’s not clear where the recipe got its inspiration from. The Pineapple Dream Dessert is a non-bake pineapple rich recipe. It is a shortbread-based crust that is the ideal dessert that doesn’t require baking! What’s your dream dessert? The list of ways to describe this non-bake casserole that I do not think of a name! Summer is now here in my house. The kids went to school on Thursday, and I shed all my hair on Saturday.

I kid. I kid. Sorta. It’s the time of year when working from home can have many negatives. It’s a delicious pineapple-flavored cheesecake that is smacked over a buttery Graham cracker crust. It’s simply delicious. Remember this cheesecake topping could also be used to make sweet dip. It’s a good idea to serve it with graham crackers, however it’s also great with chocolate or vanilla wafers. This no-bake pineapple dream dessert is simply delicious. Delicious desserts like this one that don’t require baking are my absolute favorite.

This dish looks stunning and festive. If you are a fan of pineapple, you’ll love this recipe. Plus, if you’re an avid coconut lover also! I came across this amazing delicious dessert idea on Pinterest and when I saw it I knew it would be an instant hit and, I am sure it was right…one word for this recipe is incredible! This is the ultimate dessert for summer! It’s a must to make it! The chilling time is one hour to chill the filling of butter/cream cheese. There’s another 4 hours to chill prior to serving. It is best to plan the filling a day in advance as I found that the 4 hours time was not enough time because the filling did not turn out sufficiently hard.


1 8-oz package cream cheese (softened)

1 cup of powdered sugar

1 cup crushed pineapple (drained)

1 8-oz tub of whipped topping, similar to Cool Whip


1/2 cup of sugar granulated

1 cup of butter that has been melted

20 Graham crackers crushed


1/4 cup of coconut shredded

1 cup of diced pineapple (drained)




In a large mixing bowl make the cream cheese using an electric mixer till fluffy

Gradually introduce the powdered sugar and mix until the sugar is thoroughly combined.

Mix with the topping whipped, and then beat until smooth.

By using a spatula, fold in the crushed pineappleand then put it aside.

In an individual mixing bowl, blend the crushed crackers with sugar granulated and butter until it is well-combined Then, you can press it into a 9×9 baking dish.

Pour the filling over the crust and smooth it out with a spatula to make sure it’s the crust is even

Sprinkle with shredded coconut and pineapple dices, and keep refrigerated until 2 hours after which or until the pineapple is firm.

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