There is something about grilled pineapple in the summer! Is there really anything better? Every summer I look forward to fresh pineapple hot off the grill! Slightly caramelized but magical none the less! So when I saw this recipe for Tropical Ice Cream Sandwiches on the Breyer’s website I was hooked! I had to try it! Grilled Pineapple (Yum!) + Fresh All Natural Breyer’s Ice Cream (Yum!) + Toasted Coconut (Yum!) combine all these and you’ve got something that dreams are made of!
Be still my soul! Doesn’t that just make you want to drool! These bad boys are soo good and super easy to make!
Start with prepping pineapple I just cut off the out side removing the top and bottom of the pineapple and making pretty little discs 1/4″ thick
Grill pineapple over a medium heat for 90 seconds each side
Let Cool and then add a scoop of Breyer’s All Natural Vanilla Ice Cream Top with another pineapple then roll in freshly toasted coconut! Then devour! For Full recipe for these tropical ice cream sandwiches from the ingenious Chef Antonia Lofaso head over to the Breyer’s Website
- 2 (1/4-inch thick) fresh pineapple slices
- 1 cup
- Breyers® Natural Vanilla Ice Cream
- 2 Tbsp. toasted flaked coconut
- Grill pineapple slices over low to medium heat for 90 seconds on each side. Allow to cool briefly.
- Sandwich the softened Breyers® Natural Vanilla Ice Cream between the 2 grilled slices of pineapple. Coat sides in toasted coconut. Slice in half and serve.
Breyers is committed to using high quality ingredients. Breyers Natural Vanilla is made with fresh cream, sugar and milk, and sustainably farmed vanilla beans. Breyer’s Natural Vanilla is America’s No. 1 vanilla ice cream! Breyers now sources milk and cream from cows not treated with artificial growth hormones*. As a Mom that is something I can feel better about serving to my kids! And with a suggested retail price of $3.99-$5.99 it’s a great value for my family as well.
*Suppliers of other ingredients such as cookies, candies & sauces may not be able to make this pledge. The FDA states that no significant difference has been shown between dairy derived from rBST-treated and non-rBST-treated cows.