Pineapple Guacamole is the bold flavor twist perfect for summer


Why serve plain guacamole when you can make pineapple guacamole. This tropical twist on the favorite dip will have you making it every weekend.

While guacamole has become a staple, variations on that classic recipe are becoming more popular. Pineapple guacamole is a bold flavor twist that is perfect for warmer days. From Cinco de Mayo celebrations to a backyard barbecue, this guacamole recipe will have everyone asking for more.

Over the years, avocados have become one of the most popular foods. From the avocado toast obsession to keto diets, avocados have become a pantry staple. Still, people are always looking for new ways to enjoy an avocado.

Recently Tostitos and Avocados from Mexico have partnered on several delicious new recipes. One recipe that is perfect for any occasion is pineapple guacamole. While some people might not think to add another tropical fruit to guacamole, this combination has so many possibilities.

Looking at this recipe, there is an explosion of flavor. The brightness from both the citrus awakens the palate. That punch of acid balances the fat from the avocado. In a way, it makes a person eat one bite after another. It keeps you going back scoop after scoop.

Additionally, this recipe can handle the heat. While the habanero sauce is optional, it does really boost the flavor. Even if you don’t want to use an extreme heat, any splash of heat can be quite enjoyable.

While guacamole, especially this recipe is delightful with a bowl of Tostitos chips, it can be used in other ways as well. Pair this recipe with a grilled chicken or even pork chops. It doesn’t mean that the chips can’t be served on the side.

Here’s how to make Pineapple Guacamole.

"Pineapple GuacamoleYield: 4 servingsPrep time: 20 minutesINGREDIENTS:• 3 Avocados From Mexico• 2 8oz cans crushed pineapple, drained• 2 tablespoon lime juice• 2 tablespoon orange zest or zest of 1 medium orange• 2 tablespoon chopped fresh cilantro• ¼ cup diced red bell pepper• 1 teaspoon Kosher salt• 1 teaspoon habanero sauce (optional)• 1 bag Tostitos® Restaurant Style Tortilla ChipsPREPARATION• Prepare the base by mashing avocados, lime juice, and orange zest with a fork until chunky-smooth.• Stir in, cilantro, bell peppers, habanero sauce (optional), salt & ¾ of the pineapple until well combined.• Sprinkle remaining pineapple over the top.• Serve with Tostitos® Restaurant Style Tortilla Chips for dipping. Enjoy!"

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Are you ready to try this twist on a traditional guacamole recipe? It might become your new avocado obsession.