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Amazing Pineapple Stuffing Recipe for Easter

Hillary Chybinski shares this sweet pineapple stuffing for Easter. It’s the perfect side dish for a traditional Easter ham. Tie it in with a pineapple glaze, or if that’s too much sweetness for you use a tangy mustard glaze.

Find more recipes and other fun things for the home on Hillary’s blog, My Scraps.

Perfect Side Dish - Traditional Pineapple Stuffing

We have Easter dinner at my parent’s house every year.  My mom plans a delicious menu with a traditional ham.  She always asks me to bring my pineapple stuffing souffle.  It’s by no means a healthy side dish, but it’s a great compliment to ham and very easy to make.

Pineapple Stuffing ingredients

Pineapple Stuffing Recipe

(really more of a souffle) – serves 6 to 8 (we are 10 to 12 and have plenty)

1 lg can of crushed pineapple – drained
10 slices of white bread – cubed
7 large eggs – fork beaten
2 cups of sugar
1/2 lb. butter
Cinnamon

Preheat oven to 350F

Melt the butter with the sugar in a bowl.

Mix in the bread, eggs, and pineapple.

Pineapple Stuffing Mix

Pour into a sprayed 13′ x 9′ casserole pan

Ready to be cooked Pineapple Stuffing

Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit uncovered for one hour.

Pineapple Stuffing ready to serve

Let sit for fifteen minutes before serving.  I actually make it the night before and just heat it up before dinner.

And there you have it – a delicious and easy side dish for Easter that your whole family will like. Best of all, the recipe comes together quickly and with only six ingredients you probably already have on hand.

Pair it with lots of fresh spring vegetables, like peas in a light sauce with herbs, or steamed asparagus with a little bit of Hollandaise sauce whipped up in the blender. Take this stuffing to any gatherings or pot-lucks for an unusual and crowd-pleasing treat.

What’s your favorite side dish? Looking for ideas on more Easter recipe ideas? Check out this Chess pie recipe, a traditional Southern dessert.

Follow our Pinterest Easter recipe board for food, cocktail, and decorating ideas for the Easter holiday. Make sure to re-pin your favorites.

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Baking dish

Hillary Chybinski

Hillary is the creator and force behind <a href="//hacscrap.com”">My Scraps</a>, a lifestyle blog that helps readers create a simple, casual life they love. Hillary brings a mix of humor and real-life narrative to her blog, in every post. Hillary worked as an auditor for 20 years, before taking her business experience in-house. These days, besides blogging, Hillary consults as a social media strategist, using her business experience and love of technology and communication to educate and assist brands and organizations within the space. She believes everyone has a story to tell and she also freelance writes, and has contributed to both MetroKids.com and TheAlcoholTalk.com . Hillary is a reformed scrapbooker, avid reader and organization junkie. She loves spending time with her two boys and husband, exploring the world beyond their little Philadelphia suburb. Instagram: hchybinski

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