Air Fryer Pineapple

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Air-Fried pineapple that’s drizzled in cinnamon and coconut are you drooling already? Me too! This is what I called nature’s candy. It is the most delicious treat in the world and will curb any sweet tooth throughout the day. Feel free to bake it in your oven at 425F or on the barbeque but you will have to keep an ion it because the time will depend on the oven. Just keep checking on it until it’s caramelized.

Air-Fryer Pineapple

Air-Fried pineapple that’s drizzled in cinnamon and coconut are you drooling already? Me too! This is what I called nature’s candy. It is the most delicious treat in the world and will curb any sweet tooth throughout the day. Feel free to bake it in your oven at 425F or on the barbeque but you will have to keep an ion it because the time will depend on the oven. Just keep checking on it until it’s caramelized.
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Ingredients 

  • pineapple cut in pieces
  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil
  • ground cinnamon to taste

Instructions 

  • Melt your coconut oil on the stove and stir in your cinnamon.
  • Cut your pineapple into pieces and brush your cinnamon mixture really well onto each side.
  • Air fry at 400° F for 10 to 12 minutes but keep an eye on it. Enjoy.

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Notes

You can use any oil of choice or even melted butter. Any air fryer will work just make sure you check your settings as some need to be pre-heated.
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