This lovely cake is best if made one day before serving.
This seafood fried rice recipe makes a dramatic and fun presentation for a party. The colours and flavours complement each other well. Use fresh fish or seafood if you prefer.
This is a simple but beautiful fried rice that includes prawns, scallops, pineapple, capsicum and egg. For a stunning presentation use the pineapple shell.
Crushed pineapple is the secret to this moist and flavourful cake. The quantities here are sufficient to make two decent-sized cakes.
This is a wonderfully festive cake, perfect for Christmas. It does require some planning ahead as the mix needs to sit overnight before baking.
This is a great cake for any time. Pineapple and mashed banana make for a deliciously moist and sweet texture. You can ice it if you want.
Pineapple cake is lovely and moist and sweet, perfect for a snack with tea or coffee. This recipe has a cream cheese icing.
A wonderful cake of different flavours and textures - coconut and pineapple give it a tropical feel. The biscuit crumbs add a nice sweetness.
A wonderfully moist pineapple fruit cake, very simple to make and great for a summer picnic, or for guest with tea or coffee.
This lovely moist pineapple fruit cake is especially good with sour cream or cream cheese icing. The perfect thing for guests with coffee.
This cake is a bit like a banana cake with a touch of pineapple and cinnamon. Everyone I've served it to thinks it's a hit.
These are great with tea or coffee! I never really measure the ingredients after rum but I've tried to approximate for you... My friends LOVE this recipe!
This is quite a dramatic pineapple cake but easy to make, perfect for birthdays and special occasions.
This is an absolute favourite in our house - adults and kids alike! Not to mention a sneaky way to get your kids to eat vegetables (zucchini) and dried fruits (dates).
Delicious pavlova cooked flat then filled with freshly whipped cream and crushed pineapple. It's rolled up like a Swiss roll then sliced to serve. Can't get better then this.
Upside down cake is an Aussie classic; this recipe uses fresh pineapple and pineapple juice to make the cake batter for an all round great pineapple cake.
Pineapple upside down cakes are a bit retro but still a lot of fun and a family favourite. With not much work you get great presentation.
A splash of kirsch and a fluffy soufflé topping transform a humble tin of pineapple pieces into an impressive pudding.
This recipe is traditionally served as a side dish, although it's sweet enough for dessert. It's fluffy, creamy and wonderful!
This cake has a brilliant mix of flavours and textures - the fluffiness of cake, the crunchiness of meringue and the sweetness of the pineapple filling.