We will be making a brief stop on the tropical island of Hawaii today. My family LOVES pineapple and they are sure to love this wonderful refreshing birthday treat.
I don’t know what they are called . . . WAIT . . . Let’s make up some exotic tropically delicious name . . .
How about . . . Pineapple Volcanos? . . . hmmmm . . . . Hawaiian Hula Heaven? . . . I’m open to suggestion!
Begin by cutting a whole fresh pineapple in half, cutting off the green top but leaving the shell intact on both sides so you can hollow it out for a bowl.
Use a pineapple corer or a sharp knife to go cut the meat and core out of the center of the pineapple bowl. Add the fresh pineapple to a bowl in which you will be mixing in other fruit later.
Add 3 to 4 of your other favorite fresh or frozen fruits. Today, I used frozen peaches from the orchard last fall, and frozen raspberries from the garden also. Throw in a handful of sweet strawberries halved and some blueberries for a little festive JULY holiday color – and VOILA!
Pretty healthy treat also – loaded with Vitamin C, visions of warm beaches and summer sun!
This Latter Day Mom, just trying to “Endure to the End” one day at a time. You can follow these antics and more at Alpine Klein Bunch.