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Pineapple topped French bread slices

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For an easy-to-make snack or lunch, try French bread topped with cheese, pineapples, and mint. This easy recipe can be cooked in the microwave, the oven, or even in a toaster oven. It is an affordable meal, and the ingredients are easily found at the local grocery store.

The quantity of each ingredient will depend on how many you plan to make.


French bread

shredded mozzarella cheese

shredded mild cheddar cheese

pineapple chunks

Fresh, chopped mint

  1. Slice the French bread. Not too thick, but not too thin either.
  2. Place the slices of bread on a plate.
  3. Sprinkle mozzarella cheese over each slice of bread, then repeat with the cheddar cheese.
  4. Add some chunks of pineapple, then sprinkle with the fresh mint.
  5. Place in your choice of oven, and warm until cheese melts.


  • Try using different types of cheese.
  • Use fresh pineapple for the best taste.

Serving Suggestions

  • Serve this dish with a smoothie that includes a vegetable.

Tell us how you use French bread in the comments, and visit the Frugal Recipes blog for more foods to try.

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