Homemade Hawaiian Pande Pizza

It’s food time!

Serving now is a homemade recipe by yours truly using Del Monte Quick n Easy Sweet Pizza Sauce and Tidbits Pineapple plus left over foods from breakfast.


Pandesal (bread) slice in halved

1 pouch (115g) Del Monte Sweet Pizza Sauce

½ Cup sliced Cooked Ham

2/3 Grated Cheeze

1 pouch (115g) Del Monte Tidbits Pineapple

Quick and Easy Procedures

Preheat Oven Toaster for 2-3 minutes. Toast the halves pandesal (bread) directly on the rack for 1 minute. Take out the bread from the oven toaster and spread with Del Monte Sweet Pizza Sauce over the bread. Top it with the other ingredients then toast again for 3-5 minutes making sure that the cheese has melted.


A healthylicious, budget friendly recipe, easy-to-prepare and pack for your child snack at school.

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3 thoughts on “Homemade Hawaiian Pande Pizza”

  1. Yung lagi kami napapagalitan ni mama kapag bumibili ng pandesal tapos di naman nauubos. Ngayon may solusyon na, itatry namin itond pande pizza para di masayang yung mga natirang pande pag umaga.

  2. I still don’t know why people hate pineapples on pizza. Hawaiian pizza is still the bomb! haha.
    This is so easy to make and only has easy to find ingredients.

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