So to revive BRK, I am offering a week’s worth of delicious dessert dishes I remember enjoying as a young girl attending tons of church potlucks where the ladies set up tables inside the church basement laden with generous offerings of their labors. Pies, cakes, cookies, bars, brownies, and puddings. The men and children not missing what was carted in from car to church, always offered to hold the door, carry a dish, or set up chairs in hopes to spy the visual ambrosia of sweets. All eyes were on the Southern lady dessert parade. Most of the time I couldn’t hardly concentrate on the sermon as I was plotting which dessert I would choose- Miss Doris’ Banana Pudding, Miss Susan’s Pineapple Sheet Cake, Miss Jean’s Peach Cobbler, Miss Mary’s Velvet Almond Fudge Cake, or Miss Valerie’s Drippy Cake- I even prayed the preacher would hurry it up, cuz dessert was awaitn’.
I would describe this loaf as similar to a banana bread, but with pineapple. I’m not a huge fan of pineapple, however I wanted to give it a try. I found the pineapple loaf cake to be sweet – with a nice amount of pineapple and vanilla flavour. Experimenting is part of the fun with my food blog, so I think this was a success. I didn’t make the cream cheese icing from the original recipe because I am tired of cream cheese frosting. The icing sugar and milk drizzle was perfect and light. My pineapple loaf cake was a sweet treat and turned out well. If you are looking for an afternoon snack give this recipe a try.
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