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Scalloped Pineapple-Great Side Dish to Ham!

My husband's grandmother ONLY makes this for Easter dinner-but it's a simple recipe with a few ingredients so you can make it ANYTIME you like-It's kinda a "bread filling/pudding" but sweet from the pineapple and sugar. Goes great with ham!!!

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  • Pre heat oven to 375°F.
  • Moisten bread cubes with milk.
  • Mix with remaining ingredients and bake in a 2-quart covered casserole dish for 45 minutes.
  • Last 15 minutes remove lid and bake uncovered to form crust and firm.
  • Allow to briefly rest before serving.
  • Serve warm.
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"My husband's grandmother ONLY makes this for Easter dinner-but it's a simple recipe with a few ingredients so you can make it ANYTIME you like-It's kinda a "bread filling/pudding" but sweet from the pineapple and sugar. Goes great with ham!!!"
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  1. NJSUEL
    I have made this recipe for years, but lost it. I went to Food.com and there it is. This has happened many times and I as grateful for it. This recipe (we always called it "pineapple thing") is the best side dish to have with ham. I have always gotten compliments Thanks for posting!
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  2. CooksSoGood
    I baked a ham awhile ago and haven't been in to review this recipe until now. It was a great side with our ham and scalloped potatoes! I actually slightly toasted some nutty whole wheat bread that was on the stale side but wanted it even more dried so it wouldn't be soggy. This resulted in a great sweet fruity side dish that went well with our ham!
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  3. mandabears
    great recipe, i let my bread get a little stale by leaving it out for an 1 hour before i make the recipe. this usually makes the end results less soggy. i also use a firm whole wheat bread, a little more nutritious and also adds a nutty taste.
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  4. Rachie P
    This was a breeze to make, and tasted great with ham. It was a little mushy, but that could be because I used frozen white bread that had to thaw before i chopped it. I served it directly on slices of ham...saved me from having to glaze it!thank you!
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  5. mamacancook
    My husband's grandmother ONLY makes this for Easter dinner-but it's a simple recipe with a few ingredients so you can make it ANYTIME you like-It's kinda a "bread filling/pudding" but sweet from the pineapple and sugar. Goes great with ham!!!
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