Our Baked Brazilian Pineapple recipe shows you how to grill pineapple, and make cooked pineapple in an air fryer or even oven roasted pineapple. Learn how to bake fresh pineapple in slices or rings, chunks and spears. You will love grilled pineapple and oven caramelized pineapple so much, the hardest part will be choosing how to cook your fresh pineapple!
If you love baked pineapple, then you are going to fall head of over heels for this oven caramelized Baked Brazilian Pineapple.
After trying Brazilian pineapple, also called Brazilian grilled pineapple, at our favorite Brazilian steakhouse, I was determined to make a homemade oven baked version of this sweet, buttery brown sugar cinnamon glaze.
The steak was fantastic, but the truth is, the Brazilian grilled pineapple was my favorite part of dinner! I couldn’t get enough of it and, once you try it, I suspect you may just have the same reaction.
This amazing baked pineapple recipe can be made in the oven, air fryer or grill. The flavor is absolute perfection!
Everyone who tries cooked Brazilian pineapple always wants more and there are never any leftovers.
Set this roasted or baked Brazilian pineapple on the table and see how fast it disappears in front of your eyes!
Like magic, it’s gone in an instant when I serve it.
I’m always lucky to get a small piece!?
All kidding aside, this Baked Brazilian Pineapple recipe should be on every baked fresh pineapple lovers bucket list!
I can’t say enough about this oven caramelized pineapple recipe, and words, alone, won’t cut it. So, try it and see for yourself, as tasting is believing.
My best friend said many people will search how to grill pineapple for kebabs. So, as a bonus, I have included in this post, my recipe for Easy Grilled Pineapple Chicken Kebabs including the BEST marinade.
If you’re looking for grilled pineapple chicken, you’re in for a treat.
If you’re not making grilled pineapple chicken, skip that recipe and focus on making the best caramelized pineapple oven recipe. It’s too good to pass by and you don’t want to miss it!
Back to what’s most important: this baked Brazilian pineapple recipe and how to choose a ripe pineapple for oven caramelized pineapple.
How to Pick a Ripe Pineapple
Pineapple is loaded with nutrition and has amazing health benefits. Are you shocked and amazed to hear this? It’s also great for digestion, building bone strength and is low in calories. Bonus!
There are several ways to tell if a fresh pineapple is ripe and ready to eat.
But first, don’t go by the color alone. The pineapple doesn’t have to be yellow. In fact, some pineapples will be green, even though they are ripe.
When choosing a pineapple for your baked fresh pineapple, make sure there’s no mold growing on the outside skin. There shouldn’t be any brown wrinkly sections either, and the leaves on top should be green instead of brown or dried-out looking.
Give the pineapple a smell. You want to catch a whiff of sweet pineapple from the leafy end. If you don’t smell this, it’s likely not ripe. Fresh pineapple should be sweet smelling. However, if it has an alcohol or vinegar scent, it means the pineapple is going bad.
Try plucking or pulling one of the leaves from the top leaves. Grab the pineapple with one hand and pull on an inner leaf. Give it a strong yank as it will resist coming out. But pay attention to how hard you have to pull—if the leaf comes out easily then the pineapple might be rotten or in the process of going bad.
Squeeze the pineapple, in one hand. It needs to be firm, but has a little give to it when pressed.
Compare the weight of the pineapple with the other similar-sized pineapples. The heavier the pineapple, the more juice it contains. This is a good thing, you want your pineapple to be as juicy as possible for this roasted pineapple recipe.
What is Brazilian Pineapple?
This tropical fruit came from South America, namely Brazil, and has been grown for centuries.
In Europe, it became a symbol of welcoming and warm heartedness.
Eating Brazilian pineapple at our local Brazilian Steakhouse was a great experience and I made it my mission to find out how to make this wonderful oven roasted pineapple dessert at home.
Generally speaking, the pineapple is grilled and basted in butter, brown sugar and cinnamon.
Made on the grill, air fryer or oven, this oven roasted Brazilian pineapple is dessert perfection, and it tastes simply divine!
Baked Fresh Pineapple
If you haven’t tried it yet, let me tell you. There’s nothing like baked fresh pineapple. Just thinking about oven roasted pineapple makes me smile.
Trimming and preparing pineapple for this caramelized pineapple oven recipe can be a hassle and time-consuming at the best of times. My husband adores fresh pineapple and usually prepares it himself when we make baked pineapple, so I’m grateful for that.
Most grocers sell fresh pineapple with the core and skin removed, which is a fabulous option if you struggle with pineapple trimming like I do.
For convenience sake, you can also use fresh pineapple rings or spears, already cut and cored. These work great!
Frequently, my local market has fresh cut pineapples on sale that are cheaper than the whole, uncut ones. This is a huge time and money saver if the option is available to you.
If you want a whole uncut pineapple and you don’t mind putting in the work of removing the skin and coring it, baked fresh pineapple is definitely worth the effort.
Cooked pineapple is one of those pineapple dessert recipes that you will want to make over and over again. Promise.
Oven Caramelized Pineapple
The secret to making the best oven caramelized pineapple is the sweet, buttery sauce that includes cinnamon.
Strong in flavor and aroma, cinnamon has been described as sweet, spicy, woody and musty.
It is key in this caramelization process.
So, if you enjoy the taste of cinnamon, use a higher amount. My husband isn’t crazy about it, so I use less than I would otherwise.
When you make oven roasted pineapple for the first time, you will know whether to add more or less cinnamon the next time. It’s trial and error for this caramelized pineapple oven dessert.
The sweet cinnamon glaze is truly the secret sauce and is nothing short of heavenly!
Baked Pineapple Chunks
Baked pineapple chunks, especially when caramelized in the oven, make a great dessert. And honestly, roasted pineapple gives a whole new meaning to side dishes.
Pineapple can be cut and baked with cinnamon in chunks, spears or rings and the baking time for each is slightly different.
Whether you bake, air fry or grill pineapple, the timing is very similar.
Here are three ways to cook pineapple:
- Coat in oil—for plain baked pineapple, baste it lightly
- Teriyaki sauce—marinade and baste before cooking it
- Sweet, buttery cinnamon glaze—for Brazilian style pineapple, add a combination of butter, brown sugar and cinnamon
Although I’m partial to the Brazilian pineapple, these are great options and guarantee flavor.
Whether you serve baked pineapple in spears, slices, rings or chunks, the choice is yours and you can’t go wrong. I love them all.
Choose the shape of pineapple based on what you’re making.
- For a burger or sandwich, use slices or rings
- Make a teriyaki chicken breast as a “burger” and bake pineapple rings
- Ham salad or, as my husband calls it, “Spam salad,” add a pineapple ring on top or chop your pineapple up inside the salad
- For pineapple salad, use baked fresh pineapple chunks
- Top cooked spears and dice them over ice cream and drizzle caramel sauce on top. Adding the drippings, turns into an incredible pineapple sauce
- Whip the pineapple sauce blend with some cream cheese and you have an excellent topping for a bagel or toast
Try serving this caramelized pineapple oven baked dessert warm and cold and decide which temperature you like best. Either way, this roasted pineapple is so wonderful it’s like a ray of sunshine on a plate!
All I can say is WOW! Baked pineapple is not to be missed!
Grilled Brazilian Pineapple
Whether you decide to grill Brazilian pineapple with cinnamon in spears, slices, rings or chunks, this grilled fresh pineapple recipe is super easy and so tasty!
My son made grilled Brazilian pineapple over a campfire and said it was absolutely delicious. He didn’t have to convince me of that!
At least he is well past his cinnamon pineapple stage. For years, that is exactly what he called it.
Pan frying is another great way of making grilled pineapple with cinnamon.
No matter how you cook this pineapple, it always turns out well!
Grilling Brazilian pineapple, with or without cinnamon, directly on the grill can cause it to smoke and burn. As a result, I don’t recommend grilling Brazilian pineapple inside, on an indoor grill.
Before placing the fresh pineapple on your outdoor grill, it MUST be coated and painted with something like oil, teriyaki sauce or, best of all, brown sugar, butter, cinnamon!
Start with one large pineapple (about three and a half pounds), peeled and with ends removed.
Next, decide how you want to prepare and cut up your fresh pineapple.
How to Cut Fresh Pineapple
There are a few ways to cut or slice pineapple to make your favorite baked fresh pineapple recipes.
- On a cutting board, slice the top and bottom off of the pineapple
- Stand the pineapple up on its end
- Carefully use a sharp knife to remove the outside peel or skin, slicing downward
- Using a small sharp knife, do your best to remove the remaining thorny bits!
- After pineapple is cleaned and prepared, decide how you want to serve it
Slices or Rings
Slice pineapple rings to a thickness of about half an inch.
Using an apple corer, (like this one), press into the center of each pineapple ring, remove and discard the core from each slice.
Slice the pineapple vertically in half.
Place both halves flat on the cutting board.
Slice lengthwise to create three or four spears out of each half.
If the pineapple is large enough to cut each half in half lengthwise twice, go for it. What you end up with is four spears from each half.
If not, slice each half twice to make three spears.
Lay each spear on its side and slice off the remaining core.
To make chunks, slice each spear into one inch pieces.
So many options. So little time.
Simple as ever. Easy peasy.
How to Grill Brazilian Pineapple
Now that you have your fresh pineapple cut the way you want it, decide which coating to use.
More decisions to make. You must choose one.
Options (choose one)
- Two or three tablespoons vegetable oil or enough to lightly coat the pineapple
- Two or three tablespoons teriyaki sauce or enough for basting
- Brown sugar, cinnamon, butter and/or cooking spray (as listed in the recipe). For the best results, you may need a metal or disposable pan
A healthy way to grill pineapple is to lightly brush it with oil.
Otherwise you can add some different flavors like a squeeze of lime juice or use honey instead of brown sugar when making the Brazilian sauce.
- Clean the grill
- Next, the cooking grate will need to be oiled
- Squeeze a bunch of paper towel together and grab some tongs
- Dip the paper towel in vegetable oil and rub on top of each grate, repeatedly
- Turn burners on high, cover, and heat grill until hot (about 15 minutes)
- Reduce burners to medium heat
- If using teriyaki sauce OR brown sugar, cinnamon and melted butter, place the ingredients inside a large resealable bag
- Add cleaned and cut pineapple and marinate up to 30 minutes. Adjust pineapple occasionally
- If using oil only, coat the pineapple in a resealable bag but don’t marinate it. Just add it when you’re ready to cook it
Another choice for baked fresh pineapple:
- Cook prepared pineapple directly on top of your grill or in a pan
- You can buy disposable tin foil pans at your local dollar store. They are cheap and involve no cleaning afterwards
- Prepare the pan with cooking spray or just smear on some extra butter using paper towel
- Dump contents of resealable bag into pan, including the brown sugar mixture, teriyaki or oil
- Using a brush (or even a spoon), adjust, brush or flip pineapple until completely coated
Grilled Pineapple Slices or Rings
Grilled pineapple slices or rings are delicious on their own and perfect for sandwiches, burgers and that’s just the beginning. The list is endless!
Keep the pineapple slice size to about ½ an inch thick; especially if using the ring to add to a burger or sandwich.
The size of the fresh pineapple will determine how many grilled pineapple slices you end up with.
You have two choices to grill pineapple slices:
Place prepared fresh pineapple rings directly on top of your grill and cook covered until softened and lightly charred, three to five minutes per side, depending on the thickness of pineapple.
Place prepared pineapple in a pan on top of the grate for seven to 10 minutes, flipping midway. Then…
- Brush or baste the excess mixture often, and again just before serving. This takes some effort but it’s so worth it
- Transfer grilled pineapple slices to the serving plate
My husband prefers the second option when grilling pineapple slices, but he switches it up a little.
He starts with the pineapple in the pan on the barbecue, then immediately places the fresh pineapple slices quickly on the oiled grill to get some grill marks on each slice before placing back into the pan.
He tried the grill marks after cooking the pineapple slices in the pan, but the cooked pineapple was too soft.
Grilled Pineapple Spears
- Place prepared pineapple spears directly on top of the grill, or on a skewer lengthwise, just like a pineapple popsicle or lollipop
- Cook covered until soft and lightly charred, two or three minutes per side, depending on thickness of the pineapple
- Turn spears at least twice so all three sides are cooked evenly
Place pineapple in a pan on top of the hot grate for seven to 10 minutes, flipping at least twice throughout. Then…
- Brush or baste excess mixture often and just before serving to lock in the flavors. You won’t regret it
- Transfer to serving plate
Grilled Pineapple Skewers or Chunks
Slice spears into one-inch chunks and make grilled pineapple skewers.
- Place pineapple chunks on a skewer, one after the other, creating a sort of bumpy pineapple popsicle or lollipop
- Place pineapple skewers directly on a well-oiled grate
- Cover and cook until grilled pineapple skewers are soft and lightly charred, two or three minutes per side, depending on thickness of the pineapple
- Make sure you turn the grilled pineapple skewers at least twice while cooking, so all sides evenly cook
Place pineapple skewers in a pan on top of the hot grate for seven to 10 minutes, flipping a few times throughout. Then…
- Brush or baste excess mixture as often as possible and just before serving
- By doing this, you’re sealing in the flavor of that gorgeous sauce on your grilled pineapple skewers
- Transfer grilled pineapple skewers to serving plate
This Brazilian grilled or baked pineapple, in slices, spears or skewered in chunks, is always a delicious crowd pleaser, every time. No matter how you choose to prepare it.
How Do You Make Baked Brazilian Pineapple?
- brown sugar
- cooking spray
How to Make Oven Roasted Pineapple
- Combine brown sugar and cinnamon in a large resealable bag. Add the pineapple spears, close the bag tightly, and shake it so that the cinnamon and brown sugar completely coat the spears
- As you remove the pineapple from the bag, press sugar mixture onto spears, and place on prepared baking sheet in a single layer
- Dot with tiny butter cubes across the top of the pineapple
- Bake for 12 to 15 minutes or so, then flip pineapple over with tongs and baste with sugary mixture for another 12 to 15 minutes
- Total cooking is 25-30 minutes and pineapple will be juicy and bubbly
- Serve and enjoy!
It doesn’t get any easier than that.
Air Fryer Brazilian Pineapple
Many of you know I recently purchased a new air fryer and, if one can love a machine, I’m in love!
This apparatus gives the illusion of deep-fried foods when, in reality, you’re using only a small amount of oil. This method of cooking gives you healthier choices and there are hundreds of fantastic recipes out there that I can’t wait to explore.
Recently, I learned to make Air Fryer Brazilian Pineapple and what a discovery!
If you have an air fryer, put this recipe on your “must try” list. If your list is long, this recipe deserves to be near the top of that list!
In my opinion, spears are definitely the easiest cut when making this recipe as you can fit more pineapple inside the air fryer.
That being said, this recipe works well with fresh pineapple chunks, rings or slices too! To promote even cooking, do your best to ensure all the pieces are as close to the same size as possible.
How to Make Roasted Pineapple in an Air Fryer
- In a medium bowl, blend brown sugar and cinnamon together
- Dip or brush pineapple with melted butter until coated
- Press cinnamon mixture onto all sides of each piece of pineapple
- In a single layer, place the pineapple into the air fryer basket. Depending on the size of your air fryer, you may have to make your pineapple in batches
- Set temperature to 400 degrees and cook pineapple for 10 minutes
- Open the air fryer and gently pierce pineapple pieces with a fork to confirm they’re cooked. You may need another two minutes
- Brush pineapple with more melted butter at the five-minute mark
- Since the fryer is already warm, reduce cooking time seven to eight minutes for additional batches
- Once warmed, just before serving, drizzle excess juices all over the top of the pineapple from the bottom of the air fryer
Easy Grilled Pineapple Chicken Kebabs | BONUS RECIPE
My best friend believes that my Easy Grilled Pineapple Chicken Kebabs and marinade is so good, she insisted I include this baked or grilled Brazilian pineapple recipe as a bonus recipe.
So, I share it with pleasure.
If you want to know how to make cooked pineapple on the grill so you can add it to your kebab, you are in for a treat!
Give this Easy Grilled Chicken Pineapple Kebabs recipe a try.
I have included a copy of it here for you to save or print.
My family and I very much enjoy it and the marinade is out of this world!
Also make sure to check out the caramelized pineapple oven recipe video below.
Easy Grilled Pineapple Chicken Kebabs
Use 16 skewers that are 10 or 12 inches long to make these Easy Grilled Chicken Kebabs. Double them up for each kebab. I find this helps to ensure everything cooks at the same rate.
You end up with a total of eight skewers.
Easy Garlic and Herb Marinade for Chicken
- ⅔ cup olive oil
- 3-4 tablespoons garlic, minced
- 3-4 tablespoons fresh thyme, or rosemary, minced OR ½ cup fresh chives, basil, oregano, cilantro
- 1 ½ teaspoons salt
- ½ teaspoon pepper
- 1 ½ pounds boneless, skinless chicken breasts or thighs, cut into 1 to 1 ½ inch chunks
Cut chicken into pieces as close to the same size as possible.
Combine all of the ingredients in a large resealable bag and give it a shake.
Refrigerate up to 24 hours (minimum four hours), massaging the bag occasionally.
I use dark meat or chicken thighs, instead of breast, as they are less likely to dry out. No matter which you choose, do not mix white and dark meat on the same skewer as cooking times vary and you don’t want to end up with chicken that is both under cooked over cooked.
- cut peeled onions into half inch chunks;
- zucchini into half inch rounds
- mushrooms skewered whole
- seeded bell peppers cut into one inch squares
- pineapples peeled, cored, and cut into one inch chunks
Easy Grilled Pineapple Chicken Kebabs
- 1 ½ pounds boneless, skinless chicken breasts or thighs, cut into 1 to 1-½ inch chunks
- 3 cups vegetables, chopped accordingly, including pineapple (approximately)
- 3 to 4 tablespoons olive oil or enough to just to coat vegetables and fruit
Turn on the grill to medium low. You should be able to hold your hand about five inches above the grill surface for about five seconds, WITHOUT BURNING YOURSELF.
Although the grill is very hot, you should be able to tolerate the heat five inches above the grate.
Remove chicken pieces from the marinade and discard it.
Toss vegetables and fruit in a bowl with enough oil to lightly coat and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
If you’re using wooden skewers, soaking them in water is necessary with this grilled pineapple chicken recipe.
Use two skewers, side-by-side, to hold all of the pieces. Although this is not necessary, I highly recommend it to ensure even cooking and to ensure food is held in place.
Decide how many pieces you want on each skewer.
Personally, I make small piles beside each pair of skewers. Once everything is divided evenly, start adding to the skewers one piece at a time.
For presentation and aesthetic purposes, alternate the ingredients and don’t put the same pieces together.
My best friend puts the same ingredient on each skewer because each item cooks at a different rate. This means chicken pieces on the same skewers; onions on another, pineapple on the other, etc.
Then she removes the items from each skewer, tosses everything together and serves it on a large platter.
Both ways work beautifully so the choice is yours.
Once skewers are ready, place them on top of your heated grill.
Turn each kebab a quarter turn every two minutes, until cooked.
In general, chicken breast or white meat cooks about eight minutes in total or four turns of the skewer. With chicken thighs, total cooking time is about nine minutes with an extra turn.
Chicken should be somewhat brown and check to see there is no pink in the center.
Remove your grilled pineapple chicken kebabs and serve.
Savor every bite.
Take a peek at these Brazilian Cheese Puffs. I discovered them at the same Brazilian restaurant and decided to make my own. These little cheesy, garlic bread balls are fantastic and so addictive, they are almost indescribable.
Take a moment to view the Baked Brazilian Pineapple video below. You won’t be disappointed and that’s a promise!
Baked Brazilian Pineapple Video
Baked Brazilian Pineapple
- rimmed baking sheet
PINEAPPLE IN THE OVEN
- 1 pineapple, peeled, cored and cut into spears
- 1 cup brown sugar, packed
- 1-3 tsp cinnamon, ground, more or less to taste
- 2-4 tblsp butter, COLD, cubed
- cooking spray
PINEAPPLE IN AN AIR FRYER
- 1 cup brown sugar, packed
- 1-3 teaspoons cinnamon, ground, more or less to taste
- 2-4 tablespoons butter, MELTED
- butter or cooking spray
PINEAPPLE ON THE GRILL - OPTIONS - PICK 1
- 2-3 tablespoons vegetable oil or enough to lightly coat pineapple
- 2-3 tablespoons teriyaki sauce, or enough to baste the pineapple with
- brown sugar, cinnamon, butter and/or cooking spray, as listed in the recipe for AIR FRYING
NEEDED FOR GRILL
- disposable or metal pan to hold your pineapple, if desired for best results
- extra butter or cooking spray to grease pan
- vegetable oil for your grill
PINEAPPLE IN THE OVEN
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Prepare a rimmed baking sheet with tin foil and a light coating of cooking spray. Set aside.
- Combine brown sugar and cinnamon in a large resealable bag. Add the pineapple spears, close the bag tightly, and shake it so that the cinnamon and brown sugar completely coat the spears. Press sugar mixture onto spears as you remove from bag and place on prepared baking sheet in a single layer.
- Place tiny butter cubes across the top of the pineapple spears. At 10 to 15 minutes flip pineapple spears over into melted sugar on the baking sheet. Bake until pineapple juices bubble, 25-30 minutes in total. Enjoy!
PINEAPPLE IN AN AIR FRYER
- Spears are definitely easiest when making this recipe, in my opinion, but you can use slices or chunks too. Make sure that all of the pieces are roughly the same size to promote even cooking.
- Blend brown sugar and cinnamon together in a medium-sized bowl.
- Either dip or brush pineapple with melted butter until coated.
- Press cinnamon mixture onto all sides of each piece of pineapple.
- In a single layer, place the pineapple into the air fryer basket. Depending on the size of your air fryer, you may have to make your pineapple in batches.
- Set your air fryer to 400 degrees and cook pineapple for 10 minutes.
- Open air fryer and gently pierce pineapple piece with fork to confirm that they're cooked. If necessary, you may need another 2 minutes. I RARELY do. I only mentioned this, because it has happened twice that I needed to put the pineapple back in for another two minutes.
- Brush pineapple with more melted butter at the 5-minute mark. You will be glad you did.
- Since your fryer is already warm, reduce cooking time for additional batches for 7 to 8 minutes.
- Once pineapple is warmed, just before serving, drizzle over the top of your pineapple, any accumulated juices from the bottom of the air fryer.
PINEAPPLE ON THE GRILL
- You have to add something to your pineapple before you grill it so choose one of 3 options. Your choices are oil, teriyaki sauce or brown sugar, cinnamon, butter.
- You may need a metal or disposable pan for best results but the choice is yours. I always use one.
- Decide how you want to cut your pineapple; sliced, spears or chunks.
- If you decide to use oil, it is not necessary to marinate your pineapple. So skip this step! Otherwise place teriyaki sauce or brown sugar, cinnamon and melted butter into a large resealable bag and adjust until blended. Add pineapple and allow to soak for up to thirty minutes in your fridge. Massage periodically.
- Wipe and clean your grill.
- Totally oil your cooking grate. Grab tongs and squeeze a bunch of paper towel together. Dip paper towel in vegetable oil and rub on top of each grate repeatedly.
- Turn burners on high, cover, and heat your grill until hot; about 15 minutes.
- Reduce all of your burners to medium heat.
- If using oil, coat your pineapple in a resealable bag to make things easier..
- You can easily cook your pineapple directly on the grill but I highly recommend you use a pan. Disposable or not. Prepare the pan with cooking spray or just smear on some butter all over the bottom using paper towel.
- Dump contents of resealable bag into your pan. Include all of the brown sugar mixture, teriyaki or oil.
- Using a brush or even a spoon; adjust, brush or flip pineapple until well-coated.
- Rings or Slices Place pineapple rings directly on top of the grill and cook covered, until softened, and lightly charred; 3 to 5 minutes per side, depending on thickness of pineapple.ORPlace pineapple in pan on top of your hot grate for 7 to 10 minutes, flipping midway. Brush or baste with excess mixture, as often as possible, and just before serving. You will definitely be glad you did.Transfer to serving plate.
- SpearsPlace prepared pineapple spears directly on top of the grill, with or without a skewer stuck inside it lengthwise. Just like a big pineapple popsicle or lollipop. Cook covered until soft and lightly charred; 2 to 3 minutes per side, depending on thickness of your pineapple. ORPlace pineapple in pan on top of the hot grate for 7 to 10 minutes, flipping at least twice throughout. Make sure you turn the spears at least twice, so all three sides are cooked as evenly as possible.Brush or baste with excess mixture, as often as possible and just before serving. You will definitely be glad you did.Transfer pineapple to serving platter.
- ChunksPlace skewers directly on well-oiled grate. Cook covered until soft and lightly charred, 2 to 3 minutes per side, depending on thickness of the pineapple. Make sure and turn your spears at least twice so all sides are cooked as evenly as possible.ORPlace pineapple in pan on top of the hot grate for 7 to 10 minutes, adjusting a few times throughout.Brush or baste with excess mixture, as often as possible, and right before serving. You will definitely be glad you did.Transfer pineapple to serving platter.
So, are you ready to make Baked Brazilian Pineapple?