Pineapple on Pizza - a discussion

Does pineapple belong on pizza?
  • Yes
  • No

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Pineapple belongs in the bin. Not a fan of it on anything.


Yes. But only on a Snickers pizza.

Not a fan of pizzas to begin with so pass

Excuse me what

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We’ve got a pizza here with the following:

Bbq chicken, bacon, Canadian bacon, onion, pineapple, jalapeno, and instead of the marinara sauce they have a creamy white garlic sauce. One of the best pizzas you’ll ever have :+1::grin:


You disgusting human being


Pineapple is one of the best fruits in the world, so sweet and succulent.

When it comes to including it in on pizza, even better. I would even combine it with spicy toppings (sweet & spicy mix) because I love weird combos like that.

Disclaimer from a chef on how to get the best from it:.

"To those who say pineapple isn’t an acceptable pizza topping because it doesn’t taste good, they probably haven’t had it done right. Raw chunks of pineapple thrown around a pizza? No way. Roasted and pulled pineapple with a honey glaze paired with a fatty pork is delicious. No need for tomato on that pineapple pizza, there’s enough acid to go around.

"I am absolutely pro-pineapple and I think about it the same way I think about most food arguments. If you don’t like it, don’t eat it.”


It’s not my go to one but if it’s on the Pizza Hut buffet I’m having it.


I’m not a Hawaiian pizza guy but people absolutely love it. I’ve had a grilled pineapple on a veggie burger and it was unexpectedly amazing. Added some good sweetness and smokiness to cut across the sriracha.


This is probably the only time I’ve ever been truly disappointed in @Trion

I’m allergic to pineapple, so I don’t get a say.

It’s the best pizza topping.

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It’s currently 52% vs 48%, like all big issues of the time


I didn’t expect this to be so close.

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Yeah and like the other big issue, the 52% are wrong. :sunglasses:

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Pizzas are too expensive for what they provide.

Put some chicken tikka on chapati at half the price for better diarrhea.


Think you just won @Castiel back.

New York slice, fresh tomato and basil, olive oil instead of sauce.

You’re welcome.

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And that dough lasagna they eat in Chicago is a crime against humanity.