How To Use The Cored Pineapple Shell As A Table Decoration, Tip #1 (Video)
How To Make A Tropical Pineapple Drink Served In The Pineapple Shell, TIP #3 (Video)

How To Use Cored Pineapple Shells As Decorative Serving Bowls, Tip #2 (Video)

Luci Weston showing pineapple shell used as fruit bowl
In this ONE BY ONE video, you will learn how to reuse the empty pineapple shells as serving bowls for the extracted fruit. Don't throw away the shells OR the spiky tops after you've cored out the fruit; repurpose them for the table as fruit bowls when you are entertaining. BONUS: By using the shells instead of glass serving dishes, you save clean-up time after the BBQ or party.

This is the second of my 3 Tips on recycling the cored shells in creative ways. This is simple repurposing to carry the theme forward on your table while achieving a useful and pretty look. BONUS for outdoor parties: These bowls aren't breakable!

Struggle to core a pineapple? See how easy it is in this how-to core a pineapple video. Also, check out Tip#1 on using the shells as a vase for a flower arrangement, it's very cute and a money saver. 

Since I'm obviously pineapple crazy, and thinking you might be, too… Have you tried one of my most popular recipes? Pineapple Coconut Angel Food Cake is an EASY tropical treat that's a great way to use up all the extra pineapple fruit!


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