This tasty Pina Colada Dip is perfect with fresh fruit bursting with tropical flavors with coconut and pineapple.
I kind of feel like I want to break out in song "If you like pina coladas" but I won't - I'm not one who can carry a tune! But I do want to sing praises for this Pina Colada Dip.
It only has 4 ingredients, comes together in 5 minutes and is soooo good.
Coconut and pineapple are some of my favorite combo of flavors - it really just reminds me of being on a beach with a tasty beverage in hand.
This version is non-alcoholic, though I suppose you could add a tad of rum to this but it really doesn't need it and keeps it kid friendly. Besides fresh fruit, vanilla wafers make good dippers and the ones I found had real vanilla bean in them - great flavor and guess where I found them - yep Trader Joe's.
I keep plugging them but I really do shop there at least once a week (TJ's if you are reading this, I'd be happy to be an ambassador!)
Maybe you'll want to break out in song! Or just get a dipper and dig in!
Here's another dip recipe
Pina Colada Dip
A tropical treat for dipping fruit or cookies
- 4 oz. light cream cheese softened
- 6 oz. Vanilla Cultured Coconut Milk* (or vanilla yogurt)
- ⅓ cup crushed pineapple well drained
- 2 tbls shredded coconut
- toasted coconut if desired
- Fresh fruit
- Vanilla wafers
- Combine cream cheese, yogurt, pineapple and coconut in a small bowl – you can either chill it or serve when made.
- Serve with fruit or wafers
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Lizzy T says
Always looking for new coconut milk recipes! Thanks, Deb!
Amy Lee Scott says
Deb, this looks so delicious (and easy)! I bet it's also highly addictive 🙂
Marcie FlavortheMoments says
I love these flavors, Deb, and this would make such a refreshing dip for all the fruit we have around. Pinning!
Jamie Sherman says
My kiddos go gaga over anything they can dip! This would be a great way to encourage them to eat more fruit! 🙂
Blair Lonergan says
Hi, Deb! This looks great! I love the combination of flavors. Pinned!
Nici @ Posed Perfection says
Looks so yummy! I love Trader Joe's! Do I spy their Vanilla Wafers too? I'll have to give this a try. I'd love for you to share this at my Creative Ways Link Party if you get a chance. Hope to see you there!
Oh man. This looks heavenly. Pinning and looking forward to trying!
Ann Jones says
I'm a huge fan of anything with coconut, this looks delicious!
Julie @ This Gal Cooks says
LOVE this recipe, Deb! A Trader Joes will be opening in Palm Beach Gardens soon. It's 25 miles from my house but you can bet that I'll be making trips down there so I can shop there! Hope you're having a great weekend. 🙂
Kelly LifemadeSweeter says
What a great recipe, Deb! It looks delicious and I love these tropical flavors! Thanks for sharing, pinning to try 🙂
Diane Balch says
My nutty family loves anything coconut. Looks delicious pinning.
Cathy Trochelman says
Love this! Totally my kind of dip!!!
What an interesting recipe, I'm to have to try it! Love coconut. And Trader Joe's! Wish we had it in Canada. Pinning for later!
Morgan Wieboldt says
this looks so delicious and fun! I need to try this. I need to find somewhere to bring it, though, because I can see myself eating the whol thing!
Bev Carter says
Wow, this looks so yummy and refreshing. Pinning.
Amy at Ms. Toody Goo Shoes says
Deb, this looks beyond delicious! I'm going to be featuring it tonight at Best of the Weekend, and of course pinning it for my own personal use 🙂
Mother of 3 says
This sounds so yummy! Perfect for our 4th of July party (I'm in charge of fruit/ veggies with dip each year).