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2 servings


0 hours 5 mins


0 hours 5 mins


0 hours 10 mins
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1 Cup low fat pineapple cottage cheese

2 slices of whole-wheat toast, toasted raisin bread or Irish Soda Bread

½ cup of fresh pineapple chunks (drained canned pineapple is fine)

Cinnamon to taste


1. Toast your slices of bread under the broiler on both sides.
2.Top with each slice with ½ cup of the pineapple cottage cheese.
3. Top with the pineapple chunks and sprinkle with cinnamon to taste.
4. Broil in the oven for 2-3 minutes to warm thru and to get a light golden top on the pineapple and cheese. Enjoy!

NOTE: This is such a healthy way to start your day! Depending on how healthy I’m trying to be on any day, I may do this on whole-wheat toast. As a splurge I’ll make this using raisin bread (Buy the brand with a cinnamon swirl in it….Yummy!) OR better yet, make my Cinnamon Raisin Bread for a little taste of heaven.

For a really great treat, if I have left over Irish Soda Bread, I toast that up and this recipe goes to another whole level! I plan my breakfast around this bread for a couple of days after St. Patty’s Day. Get my recipe for the Irish Soda Bread and make it all year.

You can use plain cottage cheese, or ricotta cheese in this recipe.  I’d just mix in the chopped fruit and top your bread.  As always, full fat is just fine and your choice.

Looking for other breakfast and brunch toast ideas?  Check out my Whipped Ricotta Toast with Cherries and Hot Honey and my Whipped Ricotta Toast with Berries & Honey for fast and easy brunch entrees.