I love this new feature for recipes! I'm going to have to give this a try very soon! I love pineapple! Thanks for posting it!
I can not wait to try this. I think I am going to all so add a fresh strawberry filling. Thanks for the recipe
sounds yummy--i love cream cheese and pineapple, so this is a double winner. can't wait to try it out.
I've done something similar to this but instead of adding sugar I'm a diabetic I've added sugar free instant pudding and it's yummy.
i tried something simular to this for my sister BDay cake and it looked like cottage cheese , so i had to start over(:
does it need to be in a refrigerated cake>? sounds so tasty
this sounds great! I am doing this tonight with a vanilla cake topped with cool whip frosting!
Ok I tried this one. Taste great however I think the receipe is wrong. I used 5 cups of powdered sugar it was still liquid as soup even though I had drained off most of pinapple juice. Are you sure 5 cups? I actual added 5 lbs of powdered sugar just to get it to thick up. I am using in a pineapple cake with coconut flavored BC icing. And because of the crushed pineapple in filling it clogs the icing tips.
I had the same issues as Miss Evies. I added about two pounds of powdered sugar, and it is still the consistency of icing, not a filling. I followed the directions and didn't drain the pineapple, and wonder if it would have been better had I done so. But the amount of powdered sugar this recipe calls for definitely doesn't work for a filling consistency.
I drained the pineapple and used two pounds of powdered sugar and it is still very soupy. What can I use to thicken this up without adding any more sugar? Will flour or cornstarch disolved in a little bit of juice work?
I made this tonight and also came up with pineapple soup. I drained the pineapple and used 2 lbs. of powdered sugar. I'm not sure what else can be done to make it thicker.
So what if i want to add strawberries?
i would add some instant pudding to thicken it up and drain the pineapple too.
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