"A delectable sweet and savory dish! Perfect as a side dish. Made with pineapple, bread, sugar, condensed milk etc. I make this for every holiday as it is HIGHLY requested by friends and family. Even if you are not a huge pineapple fan, it will please your taste buds without a doubt." — lindslu01
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1 (15.25 ounce) can
crushed pineapple, drained
1 (5 ounce) can
sweetened condensed milk
white bread, cubed
This is a great receipe. It goes great with ham. My family asks me to make this every holiday.
It is true that this recipe is easy, but it wasn't great. I have been making the other pineapple stuffing recipe on this site for years, but when I saw this one I liked that it used less eggs and no butter. We had a bake off and I made both recipes today and the kids and I had both. The other recipe browned up better and tasted better (probably due to the butter).
I thought that this was good, but everyone over for easter loved it! My father inlaw even said it was outrageous. I liked the ingredients in this recipe better than others.
I have now made this twice, and it was a BIG hit both times! I brought it to a family gathering where I had no idea what else would be served. We wound up eating it with pizza. Delish! Last night, I made it as a side dish to Kalua Pig in a Slow Cooker, another Allrecipes.com winner.
The taste of this was ok- just like a sweet bread- and it was easy to make. It didn't have the texture of the stuffing I'm used to (separated cubes of moist bread). It baked into a solid piece which we cut into squares to serve. I won't make it again - but it wasn't horrible - just nothing special.
This was delicious! It went so well with our ham dinner. It was so good that there was none left. It tasted like sweet bread kind of danish. It was a nice touch without making rolls. It was a good option for something different.
This is fabulous. My son likes to keep some for breakfast and puts maple syrup on it. It is wonderful as a side dish or a dessert. You could even add marashino cherries chopped up if you want it as a dessert.
This recipe was super simple and quick to make.
I was a side dish to a pork roast and seasoned corn. Also, I have plenty of leftovers and have been eating it for lunch. Next time I will try using part of an Italian loaf instead of the white bread (maybe adding some milk to soften the crustier bread.)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Simple Pineapple Stuffing
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 28
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