Teriyaki Chicken Pineapple Bowls
These Teriyaki Chicken Pineapple Bowls are so simple and will impress your guests! A true dinnertime win!
Whether you are looking to add more vegetables into your diet or want a easy recipe that is sure to impress, these chicken teriyaki bowls are the answer. They are so simple to make, they don’t take a lot of time, and they are so pretty!
Can I add rice to a chicken teriyaki pineapple bowl?
Yes, you absolutely can! We often make these chicken teriyaki bowls with 2 cups of cooked rice.
Is pineapple keto?
In low quantities and with your macro count, a few bites of pineapple won’t hurt, but you need to know your macros.
Because we are using raw pineapple, it has 11.2 grams of net carbs per 100 grams with the glycemic index (GI) of 59 ± 8, which means that it raises the blood sugar fast after consumption.
Can I cook chicken teriyaki pineapple bowls in the oven or in a skillet?
Yes, of course you can! Use a large skillet to cook the chicken breasts. Once they are cooked through, toss with teriyaki sauce and remove. Place your vegetables in the same skillet (we don’t want to dirty any more dishes than we have to!) and cook the vegetables until they are soft.
If you’d like to throw all of the ingredients on a sheet pan, you can bake it in the oven at 375 degrees for 25-30 minutes until the chicken breast has cooked through and the vegetables are soft.
What ingredients do I need to make chicken teriyaki pineapple bowls?
The list of ingredients is pretty simple:
- boneless, skinless chicken breast
- bell peppers
- an onion (yellow or red)
- cooked rice, if using
- 2 pineapples, split in half and cored out
How do you make a pineapple bowl?
It’s really simple! Cut the vegetables and chicken breasts into bite sized pieces and coat with teriyaki sauce.
Next, cut your pineapple in half.
Run a sharp knife down all the sides, both sides of the core of the pineapple, and then cut the pineapple into bite sized pieces.
Next, take all of your ingredients out to the Blackstone. Place the empty halves of the pineapple flesh side down to cook a little bit and soften. Place your pineapple chunks, veggies and chicken on the grill as well. Then, grill the chicken until it’s cooked through.
Once the chicken has cooked through, toss all of the ingredients together in a large bowl.
Place your cooked ingredients into the pineapple bowl, serve and enjoy!
More Great Pineapple Recipes
- Pineapple Whip
- Pineapple Teriyaki Chicken Sheet Pan
- Grilled Jerk Shrimp and Pineapple Kabobs
- Tropical Avocado Pineapple Salsa
Chicken Teriyaki Pineapple Bowls
- Blackstone or grill You can also bake in the oven or in a skillet on the stove
- 2 boneless skinless chicken breast bite sized pieces
- 3 bell peppers bite sized pieces
- onion bite sized pieces
- 2 c cooked rice if using
- 4 tbsp teriyaki sauce
- 2 pineapples split in half and cored out
- Cut the vegetables and chicken breasts into bite sized pieces. Coat with teriyaki sauce.
- Next, cut your pineapple in half.
- Run a sharp knife down all the sides, both sides of the core of the pineapple and then cut the pineapple into bite sized pieces.
- Next, take all of your ingredients out to the Blackstone. Place the empty halves of the pineapple flesh side down to cook a little bit and soften. Place your pineapple chunks, veggies and chicken down as well and cook the chicken until it’s cooked through.
- Once the chicken has cooked through toss all of the ingredients together.
- Add your mixture to your pineapple bowls. Serve and enjoy!