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Amish Pineapple Bars

By: Yammie from
Amish Pineapple Bars
Amish Pineapple Bars
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Recipes with pineapple are great to enjoy during the summer. These Amish Pineapple Bars are a must-make. The pineapple base is really refreshing and the cream cheese frosting is literally the icing on the cake. The shredded coconut on top is an added bonus. If you serve these at a summer party, they're sure to go fast. Try these bars today and see just how good they taste. You and your party guests will love them. In fact, you may just want to try even more Amish dessert recipes like this one!

Cooking Time30 min

Cooking Vessel Size11 x 17-inch pan


Fun Facts About Pineapple

  1. Pineapples do not continue to ripen after they’ve been harvested.

  2. They have the ability to regenerate. To grow a pineapple plant, you can cut the top off of a pineapple and plant it in the ground.

  3. Pineapple is a great meat tenderizer because it contains an enzyme called bromelain, which breaks down protein. However, eating too much pineapple can lead to tenderness in the mouth due to the enzyme bromelain.

  4. When European explorers first saw the fruit, they named it “pineapple” because of its resemblance to the pine cone.

  5. It can take anywhere from 16-28 months for a pineapple plant to produce fruit.

  6. A pineapple plant can only grow one pineapple at a time.

  7. Pineapple plants look like buried pineapples, because the visible part is the top leaves. However, the fruit itself grows entirely above ground.

  8. They are a part of the bromeliad family and are one of the few members that can produce edible fruit.

  9. The flower of the pineapple plant produces berries that group around the core. Once the flower turns to fruit, it is actually several hundred “fruitlets” clustered together.

  10. Pineapple contains about half of the recommended daily amount of Vitamin C. It is said that after the Columbus and the European explorers encountered pineapple, they started using the fruit on their ships to prevent scurvy, likely thanks to the high vitamin C content.

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Yum...pineapple, cream cheese, toasted coconut, nuts, sounds like a delicious Summer treat to me. These Amish Pineapple Bars are tropically delicious. They are sweet and savory, and creamy coconutty. (is that a word?) Anyway, these bars are easy to make, and richly rewarding for any Summertime get together. Make these once, and they will surely become your "go-to" recipe throughout the Summer.

These bars were more cake-like than I had anticipated. But they were good nonetheless!

I loved these! The perfect combination of pineapple and coconut. I will definitely be making these at home!

These bars were so moist! I will definitely be making these again.

Loved the cake and frosting! My only wish was that there was more pineapple.

The cakey bottom is delicious, and the cream cheese frosting really gives these bars a decadence that is unexpected. The toasted coconut and nuts on top really take the cake, so to speak. I'll be these would be great with almonds replacing the walnuts, too,

This dessert tastes just like summer! I loved the pineapple and coconut combination.

These bars are really delicious! I loved the mix of pineapple, coconut, and cream cheese frosting. Next time I'll probably make this in a cake pan because this recipe tastes more like cake than bars to me. Still delicious either way!

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