Tropical Escape Soft Pineapple Crumble Bars
Try this Tropical Escape Soft Pineapple Crumble Bars recipe, and enjoy a taste of the tropics for your after dinner dessert tonight. This Tropical Escape Soft Pineapple Crumble Bars recipe is quick and easy to make and has the sweet and tangy flavor of pineapple to enjoy. This Tropical Escape Soft Pineapple Crumble Bars recipe is made in two parts. The bottom layer is a buttery crust, where part of it is held back, and the other part is a creamy and cheesy, tangy and sweet, pineapple blend. Together you get a lovely dessert from this recipe.
This is a quick and easy recipe to make so let the kids help. They can likely make either parts of the Tropical Escape Soft Pineapple Crumble Bars recipe or possibly even all of it. This recipe will give a nice soft crunch on the bottom and then a smooth and creamy top. Part of the bottom crust is saved and crumbled on top of the pineapple blend so that will give a bit of crunch to the whole treat. This is a great snacking cake that you can make for any time of the day, if you like. This could be served for a special lunch, or saved for a late afternoon snack or served at dinner. Any of these times is a great time for this pineapple crumble recipe. This is a standard squares recipe that serves up well for any number of purposes. It is a great little recipe to make for a community dinner, especially since the recipe multiples well. You can double and even triple the amount that you want to make with little effort or difficulty. As well, it is a great recipe to make for any bake sale where the kids are responsible to make a dish to bring for fund raisers and other similar activities. They can make the dessert themselves, and so can feel great about not only providing something for their fund raiser event, but also that they were able to make the item themselves.
This is a quick and easy dessert that offers a lot of versatility. It is enjoyed by most people because of the tangy and sweet blend of pineapple and sour cream that form this recipe. The crust on the bottom is buttery and has a light crunch. The bottom crust is also crumbled and placed on top of the pineapple and sour cream blend to make a lightly crunchy topping for this dish. Serve this dish well chilled to enjoy its best flavor. The pineapple will really pop when the dessert is colder rather than when it is warm or even at room temperature. Try this dessert soon.
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