This has been a family recipe; back in Germany we had this at least once a month for dinner. It was yummy yet a cheap meal and trust me it will fill you up. Sometimes I mix it up and add different veggies or different fruit, but in general the traditional Hawaiian Toast is my favorite.
Hubby made it for me the other evening and I thought it would be fun to show you what Hawaiian toast is and how yummy it is. Can be made for lunch, Brunch or even as a snack. A few years ago when I worked at a day care we had to bring a dish and I thought this, no one ever heard of it and they all loved it…. Everyone asked for the recipe…. I hope you will like it, too.
This is what you will need:
- Ham slices
- Pineapple whole, canned
- sliced cheese
This is how to make it:
Toast the bread, a little crunchier then usual, but not burned; add butter to one side and lay on the cookie sheet till all the toasts are done and buttered.
Pre-head oven or toaster oven to 350F
Add one or two slices of ham to each toast, add pineapple on top of the ham and cover with a slice of cheese.
Put in the oven for 5-10 min till the cheese is melted