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Hawaiian Pineapple Bites
I took an old family favorite recipe and updated it to include DOLE jarred pineapple. Pineapple and ham has always been a favorite favor combination of mine. We usually made ham roll ups as an appetizer but my updated version makes a great snack whenever you need something fast and easy.
I love using DOLE Jarred Fruit for this easy snack, there is no cutting, peeling or a mess and it tastes great! The fruits are all packed in 100% fruit juice. Every jar has a convenient, resealable lid. Just scoop out what you need and then save the rest – you don’t have to worry about waste and you can easily save the leftover fruit for your next snack craving. Using DOLE Jarred Fruits makes creating healthy snacks as easy as 1-2-3. There are 5 full servings of fruit in each jar.
DOLE Jarred Fruit comes in five varieties
- Tropical Fruit
- Sliced Peaches
- Pineapple Chunks
- Mandarin Oranges
- Mixed Fruit
To make these Hawaiian Pineapple Bites you start by making a delicious cream cheese filling. Then drain the pineapple and blot it with a paper towel.
Spread the cream cheese mixture on a slice of ham. Cut into 4 – 5 pieces. Place a pineapple chunk on each piece and roll up. Stick a toothpick in it to hold it together.
- 1 package sliced ham
- 8 oz. cream cheese at room temperature
- 2 green onions
- 3 tablespoons dried cranberries
- DOLE Jarred Pineapple Chunks
- Drain the pineapple and blot dry.
- Make the cream cheese filling:
- Cut the green onions into circles. Dice the cranberries. Add to the cream cheese. Mix together.
- Spread the cream cheese on a slice of the ham.
- Cut into 4 - 5 pieces as shown above. Place a piece of pineapple on each piece. Roll up the pineapple in the ham. Secure with a toothpick.
For more information and recipe ideas visit DOLE. Available at your local grocery store in the canned fruit aisle. Suggested retail price is $2.99/per jar. Be sure to keep some DOLE Jarred Fruit in your pantry to have on hand for a quick snack anytime of day.
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mary dubois says
have to try this at our next yoga tea party
really good! Did this for a school party and the kids loved them.
Mary Ellen says
Thanks Susan, glad the kids loved them!
Bonnie Lempart says
Can I make the ham roll ups a day ahead of time? They won’t dry out if I put them in an air tight container ?
Mary Ellen says
Yes you can. Hope you enjoy them!
These were an win over for my work team. They loved them.