Prep 4 mins
Cook 1 min
This is a great way to get that fruit serving and have your cake too. It is a warm treat with a tangy, almost sour sweet taste.
- Take a microwave-safe container and loose fitting lid.
- Place your fruit cup or serving of fruit in with the flour.
- I use the little pre-measured/pre-portioned fruit cup snack things for kids. I think Dole and Walmart make them. Anyways, they are the best for this. But you can also use one serving of any fruit or fruit mix (i.e. pears, peaches in syrup, pineapple chunks, fruit cocktail, etc.) as long as it is in syrup or juice. Be sure it is one serving according to the can directions. The fruit cups I use are 113 grams.
- Mix the ingredients until all is moist or wet. Spread the fruit evenly along the container.
- Now microwave the mix with the lid loosely on for about 45 seconds.
- If the center is still liquidy you can heat more or use it as a dip or topping for whatever you like. I recommend heating longer but be cautious not to over cook and dry the edges out.
- Wait for it to cool and then enjoy.
- I commonly eat this with yogurt, ice cream, marshmallow creme, or Cool Whip.
- As for the dipping into the batter, if you will, I use animal crackers or fig newtons.
- I do warn you that it is kinda tangy or sour like. I have a weird taste for that sort of thing.
- TO Lollyskid: You may have different tastes than me, that is if you used the Great Value (Walmart) version of "pineapple tidbits" and just the one little serving to 1/4 cup flour.
- I am sure you can find something on here though.
- Right now, I can say from experience of testing different types, my favorite is the pineapple tidbits in syrup with a side of ice cream. It is tangy, sweet and very nice.
Unless I got the wrong type of Pineapple (with sweetened juice). THIS WAS horrid!