Pineapple Tart has a tropical taste and it’s a really great dessert to have in the summer! Adding passion fruit on the side makes it better! If you want a less summery flavour then you can try out our peach tarts which have a more refreshing flavour!
You can use pretty much any pie pastry for this dessert- though we have our own which you might want to use! A recommendation for this recipe is to add some custard or perhaps some ice cream if it’s summer!
I recommend draining at least half or 3/4 of the liquid from the canned pineapples so that it’s not too liquidy and helps set.
Drain the liquid from the pineapple can then add the pineapples into a mixing bowl then crush them- add the sugar, cornstarch and salt. Mix until it's a thick liquid. Add the mixture into the pie dishes then place in oven for 30 minutes.
Pineapple Cobbler is delicious and a great way to create a dessert with canned ingredients! With only the basic ingredients like sugar, flour and milk along with the liquids and the delicious pineapple! These together create this delicate dessert being filling and well- awesome!
We toasted the flour in order to make the cobbler taste much better, you can find the recipe for toasted flour here. If you’re looking for something else you can make with canned pineapples we have a pineapple pie recipe as well.
You can alternatively add butter into this recipe but we sadly didn’t have any available for when I had baked this up. Adding butter turns the topping of the cobbler from partially dry to nice and moist.
125-250mlmilkUse as much as you want as long as the mixture is not too liquidy; there should be some viscousity to it.
Preheat the oven to 175C fan on.
Mix the toasted flour, sugar and milk together then add butter then mix until there are no lumps and it's of the consistency between liquid and viscous.
Lay the pineapple slices on the enamel pie dish and then add some of the liquid from the can- not too much to make sure it's not too wet. Add the mixture above then place in the oven for 30 minutes on the middle rack.
If the pineapple cobbler is not cooked- keep it in the oven for 15 more minutes.
This cinnamon pineapple pie is refreshingly sweet and great for summer! It’s got the sour and sweet complimenting each other and is surprisingly cheap to bake! All you need is canned pineapples for this, sugar, cornstarch and cinnamon. Obviously the pie pastry as well!