From vanilla to pistachio and coconut cream to banana, you can make JellO Pudding dairy free as well as richer and creamier than the traditional recipe. Just follow this easy recipe and you won’t even have to wait to eat it. Dairy free JellO pudding can be made in tons of flavors. See all of their flavors.
NOTE: While there is no gluten in Jell-O brand instant pudding, there may be some cross-contamination. The product is not labeled gluten free.
Quantity of Liquid
While there isn’t one brand of coconut milk that contains 2 cups (16 ounces), you can use a can that contains say, 13.66 (rounded down to 13.5) and 1.5 ounces (3 tablespoons) of water or other liquid. However, if you want your pudding extra thick, just use the coconut milk without any additional liquid.
Gluten Free Vanilla Wafers
If you have your eye on those vanilla wafers in the photo, you’ll find where to get them or how to make them below:
How to Make Dairy Free JellO Pudding
- 1 13.66-ounce can full-fat coconut milk (Thai Kitchen)
- 1 small box Jell-O Instant Pudding your choice of flavor
- 3 tablespoons water optional
Whisk together the coconut milk and instant pudding in a bowl. If desired, add 3 tablespoons water for a thinner consistency (as I did).
Cover and refrigerate. Serve immediately or once it is chilled. Use for fillings in cakes, cupcakes, cake topping, in a banana cream pie, for parfaits, and more.