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I saw this recipe in one of my gooseberry patch cookbooks, only it didn't include butter. I broiled them with just cinnamon and a little brown sugar -- no butter needed ;). These are DELISH and a great way to get in a serving of fruit. My little 17 month old thought they were amazing. :) Thanks for posting the recipe!

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megs_ February 05, 2012

Delicious! We skipped butter and sliced up a whole pineapple, broiled for about 9 minutes, rotating the pan every few min. Topped with whipped cream and the kids and man-child loved it!

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lolablitz November 14, 2013

Great, quick recipe made with items I had on hand. My modifications resulted in a calorie content of about 270 per serving. I used 1T of butter and 1T packed brown sugar per pineapple ring. I spooned some of the sauce on top of the rings on a plate, topped with about 1/3 cup vanilla bean ice cream each, then topped with the remainder of the sauce, which hardened to a caremelized crunch on top of the ice cream. This would be really tasty with thinly sliced apples perhaps sauteed in a pan first, or pears or peaches.

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MDMama October 04, 2008

This was a nice little end to dinner. Quick and easy. I used canned pineapple slices this time, to save time, but I think it would be better with fresh pineapple. I agree with making more topping, it was really good. I sprinkled additional cinnamon on after broiling. I do wish I had some ice cream, that will be great to add next time. Thanks!

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Kay D. April 27, 2006

Wonderful and ideal for a cold day. Will have to make more topping next time...

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daisy M October 08, 2004
Broiled Pineapple