‘Hala kahaki’ is Hawaiian for ‘pineapple,’ and we guarantee this delicious dessert will transport you to an island luau on the beach, complete with sunset. Depending on the size of your pineapple, adjust the pancake recipe to make twice the number of pancakes as you have pineapple slices.
• one recipe (give or take) Bunnery Natural Foods Coconut-Vanilla Pancake Mix
• grilled pineapple slices
• unsalted butter, melted
• flaked, unsweetened coconut, toasted
Grill pineapple and set aside; keep warm. Prepare Bunnery Natural Foods Coconut-Vanilla Pancake Mix and make small pancakes of about the same diameter as the pineapple slices, two for each slice, or however you wish to stack them. Sandwich a slice of pineapple between two pancakes, garnish with a little whipped butter or drizzle with melted butter and scatter with toasted coconut to taste. Skewer with a paper umbrella and ‘Hele mei hoohiwahiwa!’ (‘Come celebrate!’)
1 fresh pineapple, peeled and sliced into 1” thick rounds
¼ teaspoon honey
3 tablespoons melted butter
pinch of salt, or to taste
Place all in zip lock bag, shake well and marinate overnight. Grill on outdoor grill or indoor electric grill 2 to 3 minutes per side or until heated through and grill marks appear.
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