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Pineapple is one of my fave fruits but my family doesn’t share my sentiments…until now!
I rarely make any food with pineapple on it. While I am a fan of pineapple juice, using it as a marinade for meat; pineapple is something that I avoid altogether. I have very few recipes with pineapples as the main ingredient, and I am not too confident in using it on meals.
This baked pineapple recipe is a simple dish that anyone can learn easily. It’s also a pretty versatile dish; you can add anything you want to it. It tastes pretty much sweet, but you can adjust the ingredients based on your family’s preferred taste.
My husband instantly fell in love with this dish. I served it to him for breakfast; something sweet for a change. He ate about three servings of it before he left for work.
My sons love this recipe too, most especially if there is a scoop of ice cream swimming at the top of this amazing main course slash dessert!
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Quick Tip: Serve hot, warm or at room temperature for breakfast, a side dish at dinner, or dessert (warm with ice cream on top). This dish is very versatile! Easily halved.