This recipe for Pineapple Stuffing with Spiral Sliced Ham is sure to be a crowd-pleaser and psssttt…I have a secret…it’s super easy!
This post is sponsored by Fresh & Easy.
My husband grew up having Pineapple Stuffing for Thanksgiving and many other special days. I on the other hand, had never heard of a stuffing that was sweet. But since we decided to serve turkey and ham during Thanksgiving this year, I decided to make his favorite side for ham…Pineapple Stuffing. The recipe seemed easy enough, so I decided to go ahead and try making it and boy, am I glad I did!! The spiral sliced ham from Fresh and Easy was delicious and the stuffing offered that sweetness that goes so well with ham! I hope you enjoy the recipe and meal as much as we did!
First, you need to purchase a good ham. I purchased my ham from Fresh & Easy, since they are always fresh, never frozen and have an amazing flavor!
A ham usually takes 15 minutes to cook for every pound, so I went ahead and put the ham in the oven and got started on my Pineapple Stuffing.
The ingredients are simple: 5-7 slices of white bread, sugar, eggs, butter and pineapple. That is it.
Next, I creamed the butter and sugar together and added the pineapple.
Then I whipped the eggs up and mixed with the pineapple ‘batter’.
Then you take the bread and slice into cubes and mix with pineapple ‘batter’ and pour into a baking dish.
And finally the pan can go into the oven and bake for approximately 55-60 minutes. Do allow the stuffing to get a little crisp in areas, as those parts are simple delicious!!
After removing both the ham and Pineapple Stuffing from the oven, serve them together for a wonderfully delectable, sweet dinner!
And don’t forget to shop @freshandeasy for your Ham or Turkey this holiday season! #freshandeasy
- 1 20oz Can of Crushed Pineapple (Drained)
- ½ Cup Butter Softened
- ¾ Cup Sugar
- 4 Eggs
- 5 Slices White Bread
- Cream butter and sugar together
- Add Pineapple
- Whip eggs
- Add eggs to pineapple batter
- Slice bread into cubes and fold into batter
- Pour into baking dish
- Bake @ 350 for 55-60 min
If you are looking for more simple recipes, check out my Grandma’s Easy MeatLoaf, or make my Pumpkin Pie Bites for another sweet treat. And don’t forget to download my FREE printable weekly meal planner too!