Cut the pineapple slices into pieces and spread them on the crumbly base.
Slowly toast the coconut flakes with the sugar in a pan until they have taken on color.
Mix the yoghurt, sour cream and quark together and then stir in the roasted coconut flakes. Please leave a tablespoon of it for the decoration. You can also add a shot of Batida de Coco, which is really delicious.
Soak gelatine in very cold water, allow to swell, squeeze out and slowly dissolve over a low flame. Mix this with the yoghurt coconut mixture.
Pour over the pineapple on the crumbly base and put it back in the fridge. About 3 hours.
Treat with fresh pineapple pieces, coconut curls or other fine things according to your imagination.
TIP: If you spread 50 g of liquid couverture on the crumbly base, the base will not soak through so quickly and the cake will not be "mushy" the next day.