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How to Make Edible PIneapple Flowers

Savory Sight: Pineapple Flowers

We aren't the only ones who've discovered this fruity cupcake garnish — so has reader kpolacek.
Pineapple FlowersThese flowers are actually pineapple slices dehydrated in the oven. They made adorably delicious cupcake toppers for a tropical-themed bridal shower.

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courtneyd courtneyd 5 years
Beautiful!
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 5 years
Oh wow, I had seen those on Martha Stewart's website before (http://www.marthastewart.com/recipe/hummingbird-cupcakes) but I never thought they'd turn out so well in real life! Hah great job!
kpolacek kpolacek 5 years
225 degrees... flipping them every 30 minutes. I live in Florida so it took longer than I thought because of the humidity. You just bake them until they are dried out. Also, I left the core in the pineapple when cutting the slices. Then when they come out of the oven, you pinch the center and the flower shape kind of happens naturally.
lauren lauren 5 years
Oh those are too cute! What temp did you have your oven at? I need to make these....
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