Pina Colada Hawaiian Bread

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Pina Colada Hawaiian Bread – loaded with juicy pineapple and chewy coconut, this easy quick bread is a scrumptious tropical treat!

Pina Colada Bread - this Hawaiian bread has no added fat, but it is still moist and delicious!

Summertime and pina coladas just go hand in hand, don’t they? I love the refreshing flavor of pineapples and coconut. Of course they are best enjoyed while relaxing on the beach, but sometimes we just have to imagine we are in a tropical paradise. 😉

Love the flavor of pina coladas? Give this Hawaiian bread a try!

This Hawaiian bread is a favorite from my childhood. My mom made it all the time, and me and my five siblings would gobble it up as soon as it came out of the oven. So yummy!

Simple recipe for Hawaiian bread. No added fat, but no one will guess. The flavor of pina colada in a yummy quick bread.

I have not made this recipe in years, but I found the recipe card in one of my cookbooks and just had to whip up a batch. When I was little, my favorite way to enjoy it was toasted with some butter. I tried it that way this time, and it was a little trip down memory lane. A very tasty trip. And since there is no added fat in the bread, you don’t have to feel so guilty when you slather in butter. Yay!

We love this Hawaiian bread toasted with butter. It is an easy and delicious tropical bread recipe.

We have moved into a new house and I am not used to the oven yet, so I did overcook this batch. It is not usually this brown. It was still tasty, but not as moist as it always it. So make sure you don’t cook yours too long!

Hawaiian Bread - if you love pina coladas, give this pineapple coconut bread recipe a try!

This recipe makes three medium sized loaves, so you can share some with a friend, or wrap them up tightly and freeze them for another day.

Pina Colada Hawaiian Bread

Yield: 3 loaves

Pina Colada Hawaiian Bread

Pina Colada Hawaiian Bread
Tropical quick bread with pineapple and coconut.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes


  • 1 20oz can crushed pineapple with juice
  • 3 1/2 cups shredded sweetened coconut
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 1/2 cups sugar
  • 4 cups flour
  • 2 tsp baking soda
  • 1 1/2 tsp salt


Whisk together pineapple (with juice), coconut, eggs, and sugar till well combined. Stir in flour, soda, and salt.

Pour batter into 3 medium loaf pans that have been sprayed with non-stick spray. (I like to line mine with parchment paper.)

Bake at 325° for 40-45 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.


There is no typo, this recipe has no added fat. The oil in the coconut and the pineapple keep it nice and moist.

If you love the tropical flavor of pina coladas, you are in for a treat! In honor of Pina Colada Day, I am teaming up with the celebrating food bloggers to bring you over a dozen absolutely fantastic recipes featuring pineapple and coconut. Enjoy!

13 Tropical Pina Colada Recipes


10 New Pina Colada Recipes:

Pina Colada Popsicles from Gather for Bread
Pina Colada Cupcakes from The Baker Upstairs
Pina Colada Hawaiian Bread from Creations by Kara (me)
Pina Colada Pie from Real Mom Kitchen
Vegan Skinny Pina Colada from Namely Marly
Pina Colada Ice Cream from Ashlee Marie
Pineapple Coconut Pudding from Foodie with Family
Tropical Pina Colada Cupcakes from Life Made Simple
Pina Colada Grilled Pineapple from Hey Grill, Hey

More tasty pina colada recipes:

Pina Colada Zucchini Bread
Mini Pina Colada Trifles
Pina Colada Bars
Pina Colada DonutsPina Colada Dump Cake
Pina Colada Fruit Dip



  1. Louesa Byrne says

    This sounds lovely, I think I will try it for my staff’s treat day. Is it textured like a moist, sweet loaf like banana bread? Or is it more like a sandwich bread? When you mentioned you toast it, it made me wonder.

  2. I was really excited to make this bread tonight, but for some reason I can’t get your recipes to pull up (I checked this one, plus several others). Is there something I can do to get the recipe another way? It looked delicious and I was super excited for it!

    • Unfortunately my site had a glitch last night that caused all my recipe cards to disappear. 🙁 They are all working again, so you should be able to see the recipe now. Sorry about that!

  3. Aloha Kara,
    Do you think this would work using a combination of unsweetened and sweetened coconut to cut back on the sugar?
    Mahalo, Mynda

  4. This recipe looks soo delicious! It looks great. I’m definitely going to try it this weekend, I bet I’ll love it!

  5. This looks so yummy! I love recreating recipes from my childhood, too!

  6. Pina Colada Bread? What a perfect combination of ingredients. Gonna make this soon! 🙂

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