Theresa's Mixed Nuts: Roasted Pineapple

Friday, August 7, 2020

Roasted Pineapple

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I know, fall is one of those seasons that many look forward to, but could you all just calm down a little and let me enjoy the last dregs of summer, please? I'm already seeing fall themed posts on my social media, and while I'm looking forward to pumpkin spice everything too, I'm not ready to give up my summer fruits just yet. I've been eating a lot of pineapple this season because it's so refreshing straight from a cold refrigerator on a hot day. But, nights are starting to get chilly, and that's where this Roasted Pineapple, a Golden Blossom Honey recipe, has a place to shine.


Roasted pineapple is one of those recipes that hit the spot on a cool summer night. When the temps dip, it's okay to crank up the oven since you don't have to worry about turning the whole house into an inferno. Take 20 minutes to roast these babies, then you can enjoy this sweet treat while sitting on the deck and watching the fireflies whisk by. It's a perfect dessert for late night summertime dining if there ever was one!

Ingredients

1 large pineapple, sliced into 1 inch thick slices
1/4 cup GOLDEN BLOSSOM RAW HONEY
juice of 2 limes
salt
coarse ground pepper


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Grilling, roasted or plain, what's your favorite way to prepare pineapple?




21 comments:

  1. What do you mean dregs of summer? It is still August, the height of summer, we are months away from real Autumn.

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    1. Maybe where you're at, but I've already had to break out the jackets a few times this month already. We'll have a few more days of heat, and maybe a little week or two stretch in September, but our beach and lake days are coming to an end here real quick :(

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  2. I’ve never had grilled or roasted pineapple. It’s not my favorite fruit because of the texture, but I do like the flavor.

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    1. The only thing I don't love about pineapple is it always gets stuck in my teeth. I have to have floss handy every time I eat it.

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  3. Muy buena así la piña :-))

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  4. Yum, I love pineapple, perfect Summer fruit!

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    1. It's one of my favorite summertime treats, for sure!

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  5. I had grilled pineapple last week for the first time.

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  6. I Am All Over This - Grilled Peaches And Apples Would Also Work With The Honey - Thanx So Much For Sharing - Enjoy The Weekend With The Family

    Cheers

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    1. Great suggestions. I think I'll make some grilled peaches and put them over pound cake this weekend. YUM! Have a great weekend, too!

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  7. I've seen this on Facebook with pineapples and watermelon. I'd definitely give it a try, but never actually did it. Does grilling it change the consistency or just make it hot? I always thought that pineapples were just OK, but when I was pregnant, I would down about 2 a week. I guess I could have had a worse craving.. lol

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    1. It does not change the consistency by much, though it does bring out more of the juices, so it is a bit messier than eating it in chunks. It's a alittle softer and easier to chew, but not by a whole lot. I wish I would have craved pineapple. I was stuck on raw cookie dough tubs during mine.

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  8. I don't think I've ever even had a pineapple in the house, any house, I've been in. Not that that is surprising. But don't you want Fall? Then it is closer to snow. I know you love that crap way more than I do. ugg.

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    1. Mention that snow crap here again, and you'll be blocked. We will not have such filthy word being said on this blog.

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  9. I have never roasted pineapple before. Sounds like a dandy idea (threw in that old word to be funny, ya know cuz it's hip and groovy, lol). Have a great day!

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  10. I like to cut them up and put them in the freezer for smoothies. I like to pair them up with mango, peach, and unsweetened coconut. I got 2 at Fresh Thyme for $.99 each. Less with my discount. I try and pay attention to what people buy on big deals. Then buy them myself. Grilling it looks good. Do you always leave the skill part on? Do you eat the skin part?

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    1. I always leave the skin on when roasting or putting it on the grill, unless I cut them in chunks and put them on the skewers. I do not eat the skin as it never really softens enough. It's still leather-like, even after it's been cooked. With these rounds though, I just tear them in half while they are still warm and eat them the way you would a watermelon slice that still has it's rind on.

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