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Double D Parfait (Rum-soaked Pineapple, Cake & Pudding Parfait)

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Double D Parfait (Rum-soaked Pineapple, Cake & Pudding Parfait)

This dessert tastes like ‘Drunk and Debauchery’- DD.  You will need big cups for this one!  Seriously -Spiked Double D Parfait is Rum-soaked Pineapple, Cake & Pudding Parfait with Coconut- Obscene!  Delicious on a warm summer day.

This is an adult-only dessert that will wow your friends!  Even Donkey from Shrek says “Parfaits are delicious!”

 

 

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Ingredients

  • Yellow cake mix and required ingredients
  • Crushed Pineapple
  • Malibu Rum
  • Vanilla Pudding
  • Milk
  • Whipped Dairy Topping
  • Sweetened Coconut flakes

 

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What is a Parfait?

The parfait originated in France around 1890.  It was developed as a frozen custard made by boiling eggs, sugar, and cream. In French, the word, ‘parfait’ means “perfect.” Over the years since, the parfait has been created as a variety of layered desserts served in a clear glass.  Today’s common parfaits include layered ice cream and fruit, or yogurt, fruit and granola.  Parfaits are beautiful individual desserts- they definitely add a little luxury to a dinner party.

 

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Double D Parfait (Rum-soaked Pineapple, Cake & Pudding Parfait)

Double D Parfait (Rum-soaked Pineapple, Cake & Pudding Parfait)
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5 from 14 votes

Double D Parfait

Yellow Cake, Coconut Rum-soaked pineapple, Pudding, and Whipped Topping layered into a delicious Parfait
Active Time30 minutes
1 hour
Total Time1 hour 30 minutes
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: alcohol-infused dessert, Boozy Dessert, Boozy Parfait, Coconut dessert, Double D, Double D Parfait, Galentines Dessert, Pina Colada dessert, Pina Colada Parfait, Pineapple dessert, Pineapple parfait, Pudding and cake dessert, Pudding cake, Rum and Pineapple, Rum dessert, Rum-soaked pineapple dessert, Spiked dessert
Yield: 12

Materials

Yellow Cake Mix and ingredients required on the box

Pineapple

  • cup fresh crushed Pineapple
  • ½ cup Malibu Coconut Rum

Pudding Mix

  • 5.1 oz Vanilla Jello Pudding
  • 2 ½ cups milk

Whipped Dairy Topping (16 oz)

Sweetened Coconut flakes (toasted for 4 minutes)

Instructions

Start with clear bowls, or glasses - Parfaits should be pretty

    Bake cake and let it cool

      Prepare Vanilla pudding with 1/2 cup less milk than the pudding recipe calls for - refrigerate

        Soak Crushed Pineapple in Malibu Rum

          Assemble Parfait

          • Place a small cake square in the bottom of the glass
          • Let fluid drain from the pineapple and layer rum-soaked pineapple on the cake layer
          • Add 1-2 teaspoons of chilled vanilla pudding
          • Add a layer of whipped dairy topping
          • Add a thin coat of toasted Coconut
          • Add the next layer of cake, then pineapple, and pudding- refrigerate
          • Just before serving, top with whipping cream and Toasted Coconut
          • Garnish with a small piece of pineapple on top

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          If you don’t have glass parfait glasses, you can get interesting clear plastic glasses at the dollar store.  Enjoy the quick and easy clean-up

           

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          Mix it Up

          • You can make this dessert family-friendly by eliminating the Rum and using plain crushed fresh pineapple
          • You can substitute crumbled Nilla Wafers for the Toasted Coconut
          • Our individualized desserts are increasingly popular.  Especially our Tipsy Desserts

           

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