Pink Fluff is one of those desserts that have been in my family for years!! While I am not a fan of it, my daughter Kylie is obsessed with it. If I let her, she would eat it for every meal and any chance she could. Plus, this makes a great Weight Watchers dessert as well.
First published in 2016 and updated in 2018 and 2023.
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My daughter is quickly taking after me. She loves quick and easy food she can grab or quickly whip up. When the kids were younger, I loved to fin recipes like this so they could work on some cooking skills, but not have the ability to mess up the whole recipe. Plus, this can be made Weight Watchers Friendly!
Pink Fluff Ingredients:
How To Make Pink Fluff:
Grab a large bowl for mixing. (I use two bowls, one for making the recipe and another for serving it.)
Strain your crushed pineapple, placing the juice in one bowl and the pineapple in another.
Dump everything except the cherries into your mixing bowl and combine.
After thoroughly mixing everything, slice all the cherries in half with a paring knife. This is perfect for kids to start to work on their knife skills. With the cherry small enough, they don’t have to have their other hand near the knife to practice the pressure of the knife to cut.
Mix about half the cherries into the fluff and save the rest for garnishing.
Scrape the contents into a new bowl.
Top with the remaining cherry halves and cover.
Store in the refrigerator.
We make this year-round to have at potlucks and family parties, and it’s always a hit! We plan to remake it with some different flavors this year. Kylie already has her list of combinations to try.
How To reduce Weight Watchers Points
Now, if you are counting calories or following the Weight Watchers plan, you can swap out ingredients to make it a better option. One quick way to cut out some of the Weight Watchers points is to reduce the cherries and use a fat-free cool whip and fat-free cottage cheese.
How To Store Pink Fluff
Store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to three days after making it.
no bake desserts
No-bake recipes are my jam in the summer, and most times, they are also easy to make year-round!
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Do you have a favorite quick and easy potluck dessert recipe?
Pink Fluff Dessert Easy and Perfect For Potlucks!!
- Grab a large bowl for mixing. (I use two bowls, one for making the recipe and another for serving it.)
- Strain your crushed pineapple, placing the juice in one bowl and the pineapple in another.
- Dump everything except the cherries into your mixing bowl and combine.
- After everything is thoroughly mixed, slice all of the cherries in half with a paring knife.
- Mix about half of the cherries into the fluff and save the rest for garnishing.
- Scrape the contents into a new bowl.
- Top with the remaining cherry halves and cover.
- Store in the refrigerator.