Pineapple Sandwich

Back to school. Back to preparing snacks for kids. Kuya Renz, our Cook at work, taught me how to make Pineapple Spread. A great alternative to the usual sandwiches that our kids love to have.

Pineapple Sandwich

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Ingredients

Cheddar Cheese
Condensed Milk
Crushed Pineapple (15.5 oz.)

How to make:

(1) Drain the crushed pineapple. Squeeze a bit to remove the remaining juice. Set aside.

Crushed pineapple

(2) Grate half of the cheddar cheese bar.
(3) Put the drained and squeezed crushed pineapple in one container then mix the grated cheese with it.

Spread

(4) Pour half of the small tin of condensed milk.
(5) Mix well and keep in a small container. Refrigerate.

I had a slice of bread with it. I smiled. I hope my kids would love it, too!

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14 Comments

  1. Hi there! I got your link from The Bloggers Exchange group. Thanks for sharing this recipe. It would surely help me in time for school as this is a good alternative from my nephew’s usual baon. Plus the fact that this one’s more nutritious than the ones available in the market today & made with love.

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  2. You can add a slice of tomato, and/or a slice of avocado and bacon, too.

    You can do an open faced grilled Swiss cheese with some sauerkraut and a slice of corned beef.

    Another option is to add some sliced green apples and a leaf or two of arugula.

    You could also make a “pizza” grilled cheese with tomato sauce and mozzarella, adding other “toppings” such as mushrooms, tomatoes and onions.
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