Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Pineapple Stuffing

I'm not typically a fan of fruit where it doesn't belong...like in stuffing or with meat or in salads. I'm not much for mixing my sweet and savories. I make an exception for this pineapple stuffing. It's sweet but delicious and good for holidays since it's a total fatassery dish. 

Ingredients - this makes enough for the 8x8 above, you can double and make enough for a 13x9
6 slices potato bread, cubed
1 cup sugar
4 eggs
1 20 ounce can of crushed pineapple, drained (I found no crushed so I used cubed)
A sprinkle of cinnamon
1 stick of melted butter
a few grinds of salt from a grinder

Directions
Preheat oven to 350. 

Add all ingredients to a large bowl. Mix gently with a plastic spatula. Spray an 8x8 with nonstick spray and bake for 45 minutes.

One of the reasons I share recipes on here is to have my own place where I can always find them instead of having to save photos like this from my mom. LOL

The Return of Haikuesday
Savory or sweet?
This leans right. Consequently, 
Spring means smelly feet.


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25 comments:

  1. We totally went over haikus in seventh grade today and it was really fun. haha.

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  2. You really can't get much easier than that...I'm with you not really a fan of fruit where it doesn't belong! xo, Biana -BlovedBoston

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  3. I save recipes in all different places ! So easy to upload to snapfish. Apples go well in this dish, too! Easy recipe ! Happy Haikuesday!
    Love, Your Momma

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  4. That sounds so delicious. You had me at pineapple. Pinning. Good luck with Tuesday. I hate them too.

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  5. I would never have thought to make pineapples with stuffing!
    Also, that haiku is pretty great. I'll have to find the one my mom wrote a while ago--it's right up your alley :)

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  6. "fruit where it doesn't belong"--that's how i feel about fruit and ice cream. I love fruit and i love ice cream but they do not belong together. cookie dough, caramel, brownies, oreos; that's stuff that belongs with ice cream.

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  7. I can't even imagine what this tastes like but it sounds so interesting. I bet it was a perfect Easter side dish.

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  8. That sounds amazing
    I'm glad your haikus are back
    you just made my day

    I have a love/hate (mostly love) relationship with haikus. I had a professor in college (it was a reporting class) who made us start every class writing hiakus. the idea being that you didn't need a lot of words to get your point across.

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  9. Oh this is very different from the pineapple casserole I made. Mine has butter, sugar, pineapple, cheddar cheese, flour and ritz cracker crumbs. It's delicious too! I might have to try yours because I absolutely love anything pineapple.

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  10. I'm not a fan of fruits where they don't belong either but I love stuffing so this sounds intriguing.

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  11. I'm with you on not usually like fruits in odd places- I seriously hate salads that try to put fruit in/on them. NO. BUT- this does sound tasty, I'll save it! :)

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  12. Ohhh this is a lot different than pineapple caserole so I will have to try this too!!! Pinneapple casserole has pineapples, sugar, flour, rtiz crackers, cheese and butter.

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  13. I've never heard of this before, what a fun twist on a classic recipe! And yay for the return of your haikus :)

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  14. This sounds delicious and perfect with ham. My family loves ham and they are coming to visit me this summer. And this just got added to the menu! I can't wait to try it. :)

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  15. that's why I posted a good bit of the recipes that I posted on my blog, so that I always had a place to go back to! lol, sounds yummy thank you for sharing!

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  16. I think I love stuffing more than turkey itself. Sounds delicious! Never had it with pineapples before.

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  17. i am normally the same with fruit where it doesn't belong, but this seriously looks delicious.

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  18. I'm totally intrigued by this dish. I'm glad you posted the recipe. I saw you mention it yesterday in your post and I was like pineapple stuffing, what?!

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  19. Your Haiku made me LOL today. Also, this stuffing sounds really interesting. I'm definitely going to give it a try :)

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  20. I love all things pineapple. I can't wait to try this!

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  21. When I need a recipe I've made before, I go to my own recipe index...

    This looks better than amazing. It would be perfect for Christmas too.

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  22. I love that this is a different spin on a classic, but I'm really eager to try this out. I love pineapple!

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  23. Haikuesday is back!
    bringing pineapple stuffing -
    poetry with food!

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  24. I'm not a big fan of stuffing, but I like pineapple on my pizza and burgers and stuff, so this could be something I'd like!

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