6 Delicious Pineapple Guacamole Recipes

Who doesn’t sometimes dream of sunny shores and palm trees swaying in the breeze? Good news: You don’t need to leave your kitchen to create this tropical paradise for your taste buds.

Creamy, mashed avocado and chunks of sweet, golden pineapple … is your mouth watering yet? Thanks to Avocados From Mexico, you can mix up a juicy pineapple guacamole at home, and you can practically taste the vacation in each recipe.

Check out six of our favorite pineapple guacamole recipes that will set a new bar for your everyday dip.

Related: Keep thinking outside the guac box with these unique guacamole ingredients.

6 Pineapple Guacamole Recipes

Bright Pineapple & Orange Guacamole

Unite sweet pineapple and tangy citrus for a taste of sunshine and breezy beaches. This juicy guacamole couples the spice of serrano chiles with fresh fruit draped in waves of creamy avocado.

Jerk Guacamole

You won’t be able to resist the hot rhythm of this Caribbean-inspired dip. Look for the hot bite of peppery jerk seasoning while you sail through this deliciously smooth guacamole. Too spicy? Pair it with a tall glass of ice-cold lemonade.

Holy Pineapple Guacamole

Yes, this guacamole tastes as good as it looks. Kicking back in a pineapple boat, this guac features Roma tomatoes, cilantro, and red onion alongside chunks of this tropical fruit. It’s almost too gorgeous to eat — but you should eat it anyway.

Spicy Citrus Guac

With four different kinds of hot pepper, this guac is a sweet and spicy tiki party for your mouth. Swirl in the juice from blood oranges and lime to accent the sweet pineapple. Our secret ingredient? Maple syrup.

Botanero Guac

Inspired by Mexican small plates and traditional snack bars, this dip will have you floating past sunny rivieras on a wave of flavor. This guac features guajillo chiles, crunchy sesame seeds, and (of course) freshly diced pineapple — a blend of unique ingredients like you’ve never tasted.

Pineapple & Cucumber Guacamole

Pineapple, cucumber, lime, and avocados melt together to create what some might consider the freshest guac the world has ever seen. This chunky guac can be scooped and eaten with tortilla chips, or you can eat it with a fork. You’re on vacation, so who’s to judge?

Pro tip: Make your avocados last longer between trips to the grocery store by learning how to slow down ripening.

Escape to your own oasis with any of these pineapple guacamole recipes, then discover more ways to up your game with these guacamole recipes.

By Avocados From Mexico May 07, 2020

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