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Rum Infused, Grilled Pineapple with Coconut Topping.

With or without some homemade coconut ice cream, this one will surely be a huge hit at your next BBQ. Maybe it’s just a casual weekend “lime” with friends and you want to wow them with a simple but outstanding dessert.

You’ll need:

1 ripe pineapple

2-3 tablespoons of dark rum

1 teaspoon of granulated sugar

1/2 cup of whipped topping (try to avoid the canned stuff.. get some whipping cream and make your own – musch more tasty)

1/4 cup of shredded coconut.

Peel pineapple and cut crosswise into 6 slices. Place in a bowl and drizzle the rum and sugar over the slices. Mix around so every piece gets coated (would be nice to let it sit for about 3-5 minutes – covered so the rum does not evaporate). On a medium hot grill, place the slices for about 10 minutes, turning once. Remember to watch closely since the sugars can burn and become overly charred.

Top with the whipped cream and shredded coconut… feel free to add a nice heaping scoop of your favorite ice cream.

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86 Responses to “Rum Infused, Grilled Pineapple with Coconut Topping.”

  1. Bev 1245 says:

    Unable to recipes.

  2. Diana Moe says:

    Hi Chris,
    Thank you for these great recipes. I have tried some of them and they are realy good. Sometimes I do not know what to cook on Sundays. I wish I can see a heading saying “Sunday lunches” that would be awesome.take care and God bless to each and every one.
    Diana.

  3. Barbara says:

    Thanks very much for your recipes. I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas and a delicious new year.

  4. Virtuousshine says:

    Great recipes, Do you have a recipe for different types of fudge

  5. anna moore says:

    Wow look’s wicked for my Caribbean dinner this weekend, plan on using a couple of you’re recipes! Thanks Chris.

  6. Dawn says:

    Thanks for yr response re coconut topping. I would also love to try the curry shrimp but can’t have the coconut milk. What can I use as a substitute in this case?

    • St. Thomas says:

      Unless you are allergic to coconut, guess what? The oil that makes coconut creamy is very healthy and burns fat! Yes, it is one of those special fats that actually burns fat off your body. I put a spoon full of coconut oil in my breakfast power shake every morning. It is one of the few tasty fats in the world that is actually very healthy on multiple levels.

  7. Dawn says:

    This looks great but would appreciate if u could suggest a substitute for the coconut. Thanks

  8. Wilma says:

    Hi Chris. Tried this today and I must say it is delicious funny you sent this because I bought a pineapple last week and trying to figure out what I could do with it beside trim and eat it. I also will making the mango hot wings will let you know how that turns iut.

  9. mavis says:

    Hi Chris,
    Thanks for the recipe will definitely try it. God bless

  10. Cheryl says:

    Hi Chris, my name is Cheryl. I have been watching your videos for some time now & I like everyone of them. I never used to leave a comment before. This is the first comment I am posting. Your recipes are very good and I appreciate that you share them with us. Keep up the good work. Blessings!!!!

  11. Well spent my rainy morning perusing your entire site, and I am missing a good Conki recipe. Don’t tell me they don’t make that in Jamaica.It’s made with grated sweet potatoes and grated coconut , a bit of hot pepper and sugar, all- spice and ginger , and some ground cloves then its all wrapped in a banana leaf and steamed or boiled till firm and cooked .Some peple add raisins . On St. Kitts as a kid it was also considered a Christmas Fare along with the sorrel and Maubi and ginger bear drinks and lets not forget the dark Christmas Cake.

  12. Oh chris,
    I had some pineapple, I started making the dessert, so I put in the rum essence and sugar and left it to soak, my husband thought I left it for him and ate all, he said it taste good, especially with the rum essence,(I used instead of rum) but my friend gave me two small pineapples so i’m waiting for them to ripe. when I make it again, I will let you know how it came out and if I like it.

  13. Bernadette Lutchman says:

    Hi Chris thanks again for another great receipe . Would have to try this sometime. Looking forward to see what else you have up your sleeves!!!!!

  14. jenny says:

    i will definately try this.i am feeling this.

  15. Jean Gordon says:

    Hi, Chris:
    Hope you are having a great Saturday! Over here it has been raining since yesterday, and is cool! Thank you for your recipes, they are great! I do not have a grill, but will find a way to try this one!
    Love,
    Jean.

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