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Pineapple Bowls with Vanilla Ice Cream

Serves 2 | 

A fun recipe with big flavor.



Ingredients:

2 large pineapples
Vanilla ice cream
Mint leaves, for garnish, Directions

Directions:

  1. To make pineapple bowls, set pineapples on their sides then cut in half, crosswise.
  2. Using only the bottom halves of the pineapples, cut around the inside of the pineapples to the depth that you would like your pineapple bowls to be. Be careful not to cut so deep that that knife goes through the skin to the other side.
  3. Cut the flesh inside the pineapples into cubes. Using a spoon, scoop out the flesh of the pineapples to enjoy while you continue making your pineapple bowls, or reserve for another use.
  4. Cut and cube the remaining two top halves of pineapples then store pineapple chunks in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
  5. Fill the carved out pineapple bowls with vanilla ice cream then top with mint leaves.
Pineapple Bowls with Vanilla Ice Cream
Serves 2
2 large pineapples
Vanilla ice cream
Mint leaves, for garnish, Directions
  1. To make pineapple bowls, set pineapples on their sides then cut in half, crosswise.
  2. Using only the bottom halves of the pineapples, cut around the inside of the pineapples to the depth that you would like your pineapple bowls to be. Be careful not to cut so deep that that knife goes through the skin to the other side.
  3. Cut the flesh inside the pineapples into cubes. Using a spoon, scoop out the flesh of the pineapples to enjoy while you continue making your pineapple bowls, or reserve for another use.
  4. Cut and cube the remaining two top halves of pineapples then store pineapple chunks in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
  5. Fill the carved out pineapple bowls with vanilla ice cream then top with mint leaves.
Holiday: Mother's Day
Season: Summer
Course: Dessert
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Pineapple Bowls with Vanilla Ice Cream

Serves 2

Ingredients:

2 large pineapples
Vanilla ice cream
Mint leaves, for garnish, Directions

Pineapple Bowls with Vanilla Ice Cream

2 large pineapples
Vanilla ice cream
Mint leaves, for garnish, Directions

Directions:

  1. To make pineapple bowls, set pineapples on their sides then cut in half, crosswise.
  2. Using only the bottom halves of the pineapples, cut around the inside of the pineapples to the depth that you would like your pineapple bowls to be. Be careful not to cut so deep that that knife goes through the skin to the other side.
  3. Cut the flesh inside the pineapples into cubes. Using a spoon, scoop out the flesh of the pineapples to enjoy while you continue making your pineapple bowls, or reserve for another use.
  4. Cut and cube the remaining two top halves of pineapples then store pineapple chunks in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
  5. Fill the carved out pineapple bowls with vanilla ice cream then top with mint leaves.

Pineapple Bowls with Vanilla Ice Cream

Serves 2
  1. To make pineapple bowls, set pineapples on their sides then cut in half, crosswise.
  2. Using only the bottom halves of the pineapples, cut around the inside of the pineapples to the depth that you would like your pineapple bowls to be. Be careful not to cut so deep that that knife goes through the skin to the other side.
  3. Cut the flesh inside the pineapples into cubes. Using a spoon, scoop out the flesh of the pineapples to enjoy while you continue making your pineapple bowls, or reserve for another use.
  4. Cut and cube the remaining two top halves of pineapples then store pineapple chunks in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
  5. Fill the carved out pineapple bowls with vanilla ice cream then top with mint leaves.
Holiday: Mother's Day
Season: Summer

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