5 Reviews

THis is REALLY good! My son who won't eat pineapple had SECONDS! I would say its a bread pudding! It tasted exactly like bread pudding!Adding this gem to my cookbook! Always have the ingredients on hand for this!

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dolliegyrl March 30, 2003

I had this at a potluck and loved it. However, they sprinkled some dried cranberries on top and it added some color and great taste.

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deebeach65 December 15, 2010

I used to always make this as a side dish at Thanksgiving . . . skipped a year then lost the recipe . . . I was SO glad to find it here. This is the perfect accompaniment to turkey or ham. Delicious!

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rebarnum December 24, 2009

Wow, I just had this on Christmas night, courtesy of a central Texas-native grandma so it must be a regional thing. I'd never heard of anything like it and was a bit unsure, as were the kids, lol....well, we all tried it together and immediately went back for more! It's so different but really good...almost like a bread pudding, but not exactly...a bit remniscent of scalloped potatoes, but not exactly the same. Sweet but not *too* sweet, great hot with a sprinkle of salt or as cold leftovers with a splash of cream. My children have already asked me to make more for them; I love it when they find new and different things that really catch their attention (and appetite!) Thanks so much for including this unique and tasty recipe here, Miss Annie!

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winkki December 27, 2005

This is a yummy cake-like dessert. I halved the recipe and then used just 1/2 cup of sugar and 1/2 cup of milk (I misread the recipe and added too much milk, but it still worked!) Oh and 2 eggs. It's good slightly warm. Enjoy!

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Lemon Drop December 21, 2011
Scalloped Pineapple