Pineapple and Cheddar Cheese Casserole

"This recipe comes from Mobile, Alabama via my in-laws. Strange combination? Yes. But it makes a sweet surprise for your holiday table or family dinner. For the cheese crackers use brands such as Cheese-Its or Cheese Nips."
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Ready In:
1 9x13 casserole




  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • In a large bowl combine flour and sugar, then add 6 tablespoons of reserved pineapple juice.
  • Add butter, cheese and pineapple. Mix until combined.
  • Pour into 13x9 casserole dish.
  • Bake 20 minutes at 350.
  • Top with crackers.
  • Reduce heat to 250 degrees and bake an additional 20-30 minutes.

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  1. Unusual, and always enjoyed. I cut the sugar back to 1/2 cup, though!
  2. I enjoy making holiday-style dishes throughout the year, as much because I can enjoy 'em then as because that gives me an opportunity to try 'em out & if I like 'em I cam have 'em again during the holidays! As with this recipe! It's definitely a winner in my book & I will be making it again, for sure! Although I did use unsalted butter (a minor thing, I thought) I pretty much followed the recipe & really enjoyed the cheese & pineapple combo! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe! [Made & reviewed in the current Veggie Swap]


<p>I have been married to my amazing husband for 8 wonderful years. We added a baby boy to the mix in March '08 with another just added March '10. We have two adorable rescue dogs, a chihuahua/min pin mix and a yorkie/westie mix. I have been an ovo-lacto vegetarian for 14 years. <br /> <br />After moving to our fourth state in a year, we have finally settled in Texas. I don't know how I like all the rain and the human-sized bugs, but we really enjoy the area we have chosen to live in. Being a vegetarian in this part of the country is HARD. No one quite gets it. <br /> <br />I love testing my zaar recipes on DH. When he loves something he exclaims, Where did you get this recipe?!? and of course, my answer is always the same. <br /> <br /><img src= alt= /> <br /> <br />My ratings system: <br />5***** <br /> I would glady serve this to guests, or make it and secretly eat it all by myself. <br />4**** <br /> Great recipe. Liked enough to print out and place in my permanent cookbook. <br />3*** <br /> Recipe not quite for me, but others might like it. Could be more to my liking with a few modifications. <br />2** <br /> Didn't like. Possible ingredient errors in recipe. Probably wouldn't use again. <br />1* <br /> Really didn't like. Would never use again. <br /> <br />#NOTE# <br />If I review any recipes containing meat, it is a recipe I prepared and DH reviewed. <br /> <br /><img src= alt= /> <br /> <br />Little Italy, San Diego <br /><img src= alt= /> <br /> <br /><img src= alt= /><img src= alt= /> <br /> <br /><img src= alt= /><img src= alt= /><img src= border=0 alt=Photobucket /> <br /> <br /><img src= alt= /><img src= alt= /> <br /> <br /><img src= alt= /> <br /> <br /><img src= alt= /> <br /> <br /><img src= alt= /> <br /> <br /><img src= alt= /></p>
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