Pineapple Spread for Tea Sandwiches

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins

This is a requirement at an Southern tea, shower or bridal luncheon. You can top almost any type of bread with this, but Hawaiian bread or a 7 grain is really good. Slice the sandwiches into small triangles to serve.


  1. Combine cream cheese and pineapple, beating until well mixed and fluffy.
  2. If this is too stiff to spread, add the milk, a little at a time, until mixture is of spreading consistency.
Most Helpful

I didn't have to use any milk because I used most of the juice from the can of crushed pineapple. I used plain white bread, and they turned out great!

Kimmer76 March 28, 2011

Sherrybeth, you are so right about this recipe. It's a standard for me and I've surprised many people with its deliciousness. I also love it on wheat bread or now that I live further North of my Southern Roots, potato rolls. I often serve it as a spread with spiral ham slices.

SparkleKristy June 17, 2010

Milk or no millk, no matter what bread you use, this stuff is it!Thanks:)PeggyLynn

Peggy Lynn April 18, 2011