Monday, August 4, 2014

Grilled Pineapple w/ Bourbon Glaze

This is one of my favorite dessert recipes of all time! I like it because I get to use several toys from my man cave. The first being my cajun bandit rotisserie and the second is my weber performer grill. Let the fun begin. 


  • Fresh Pineapple
  • Butter (1 Stick)
  • Brown Sugar (1/2 cup)
  • Bourbon (1 shot)


Take an fresh pineapple and cut off the top and bottom along with the skin. Heat up the grill to about 325 degrees. 

I like to cut some ridges along the pineapple for a few reasons. First, it looks cool. Secondly, it holds a lot of the glaze that we will be applying later.

If you are using a rotisserie, run the rod thru and tighten up the prongs. Start spinning and roasting at 325 degrees. You can always add some pecan smoke if you'd like. If you are not using a rotisserie, cook over indirect heat, turning every 15-20 minutes to cook evenly. 

After about 45 minutes, it's time to start adding the glaze. Melt the glaze (Butter, Brown Sugar and Bourbon) ingredients prior to applying. Brush evenly over entire pineapple every 15 minutes.

After about 90 minutes, it's time to remove from the heat and slice. The pineapple glaze will be extremely hot, so be careful. This dessert is very tender and will cut easily. Save some glaze and drizzle over slices.  Enjoy!!!!

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