Dole is taking a classic twist on Kiwi lolly cake by using fresh pineapple and Pineapple Lumps!
Even better, you can recreate this Not-so-classic lolly cake with fresh Dole pineapple as part of Dole’s Kitchen Challenge and be in to WIN*!
All you need to do is recreate the below recipe, take a photo, and share by posting in the comments of the above Facebook post or to your personal Instagram account with the hashtag #DoleKitchenChallenge.
You will then go in the draw to win one of three $100 supermarket gift cards, as well as a chance to win the grand prize of a $1,000 supermarket gift card at the end of the challenge.
The challenge ends Monday 8 June at 5pm and the grand final winner will be announced on 12 June.
NOT-SO-CLASSIC LOLLY CAKE
Ready in: 15 minutes plus setting time.
Makes: approx. 20 slices
200g condensed milk
300g malt biscuits, crushed
1/2 cup dessicated coconut, plus extra for rolling
150g fresh Dole pineapple, finely diced
140g pineapple lumps
- Place condensed milk and butter in a saucepan over low heat. Stir until melted and combined.
- Place crushed malt biscuits and coconut in a bowl, pour over the wet mix and stir until the mix comes together in a sticky ball. Allow to cool slightly before adding the diced pineapple and pineapple lumps. Mix again until well combined.
- Lay a piece of plastic wrap (about 50cm long)on a clean surface and spread the cake mix along the centre of it. Shape the mix into a rough log about 30cm long, then roll it inside the plastic wrap until it is a uniform cylindrical shape. Roll the lolly cake in a little extra dessicated coconut, completely wrap and refrigerate until set.
- When set, slice and serve.