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I made this for my 4th grader's end of the year luau party at school and it was a huge hit. This was the first dip to go out of about 10 others! Everyone wanted the recipe. The only change I had was I bought a large box of pudding so I added almost a cup of sour cream and a little more milk to compensate for the larger box of pudding mix. I will definitely be making this throughout the summer since it was so easy. Thanks for sharing. ;)

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Punky Julster May 30, 2007

As a dip, mine turned out too thick. The next day, I made a fruit salad out of it using diced pineapple and cantaloupe. I toasted the coconut in a non stick pan on the stove top and watched carefully so as not to burn it. As a fruit salad, it was a big hit. We actually had it for dessert rather than a salad.

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M R. August 06, 2006

WOW this is delicious! I made it for my family on the weekend when we were up at the cottage, and the fruit platter and your fruit dip vanished in minutes! Thanks for the great Gluten free recipe. This is a definetly a keeper!!

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GlutenFreeGirl June 26, 2006

Kris this is delicious! The combination of lime and pineapple makes for a nice fresh tropical flavor, and the pudding mix makes it sooo creamy. Thanks, this is a keeper.

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Brenda. April 29, 2006
Awesome Hawaiian Dip