Hawaiian Paleo Pineapple Stuffing (4 servings @ 160 cal/ea)

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Aloha! It’s getting warmer, and looking forward to vacation combined with Easter ham sales has resulted in this beauty: Hawaiian Paleo Pineapple Stuffing. Pineapple stuffing is one of my FAVORITE holiday treats, and traditionally not so paleo, so I’ve added our carnivorous element along side a bread-alternative AND I give a shout-out to Hawaii. It’s also extremely easy and pretty much fool proof.

Hawaiian Paleo Pineapple Stuffing (4 servings @ 160 cal/ea)

½ lb ham
1 cup pineapple, cubed
2 bananas
4 eggs
1 tbsp jerk seasoning
2 tbsp coconut flour

Preheat oven to 350F.

Cook ham in skillet, browning each side, and set aside to rest for a bit before cutting into cubes.

Mash (or food process) bananas with eggs and jerk seasoning.

Mix the pineapple and ham cubes together and place in a glass baking dish.

Pour egg-nana mixture over top.

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Bake for 60 minutes – checking at about 45 minutes.

Let cool, and package up for freezing!

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