Pineapple Spread for Tea Sandwiches

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.

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  • Combine cream cheese and pineapple, beating until well mixed and fluffy.
  • If this is too stiff to spread, add the milk, a little at a time, until mixture is of spreading consistency.
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"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."
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  1. Vicki W H.
    This is delish...don't add milk though. Always add crushed pecans! Delish!
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  2. babs.mears
    Can these be made a day ahead
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  3. Peggy Lynn
    Milk or no millk, no matter what bread you use, this stuff is awesome.love it!Thanks:)PeggyLynn
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  4. tednjoc
    I made this for a tea party, and it was delicious. I served it on thinly sliced, toasted Nauvoo bread (recipe available on this site). I also included thinly sliced ham on the sandwiches, which made for a perfect combination.
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  5. Kimmer76
    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!
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