Piña Colada Fruit Dip Recipe

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This Piña Colada fruit dip recipe contains no alcohol. Let’s just get that out of the way right away. This dip is another one of my mother-in-law’s fabulous recipes. I am so lucky that she’s sharing her delicious creations with me. This is a dip that is always a hit at her gatherings. It’s so flavorful and delicious you could just eat it with a spoon. But, we will dip fruit in it to feel better about ourselves. This post contains affiliate links; all opinions are my own.

Piña Colada Fruit Dip Recipe

Pina Colada Fruit Dip Recipe



  1. Gradually mix pudding mix powder into yogurt. I just mixed in a bowl with a spoon. No need for the mixer on this one.
  2. Add pineapple, extracts, and cool whip.
  3. Mix well and refrigerate until ready to serve.
  4. Serve with your choice of fruit or other dippers. Tastes delicious with graham crackers, strawberries, blueberries, apples, and grapes. If you like a salty-sweet combo, try dipping pretzels. Yum.

Piña Colada Fruit Dip RecipeTiny dishes are from LTD Commodities

This dip is great for summer barbecues, holidays, Memorial day, Mother’s day or on any random Tuesday. Oh my gosh, it’s a must for any Hawaiian themed parties. Just sing to your guests, “If you like pina coladas” before they dig in because this Pina Colada fruit dip definitely has the taste of the tropical cocktail.

Pina Colada Fruit Dip Recipe

Stay tuned for more awesome recipes that my beautiful MIL has hooked me up with. Her potato salad is the best in the world. I will be tackling that next!

Pina Colada Fruit Dip Recipe

If you want more dip recipes, here’s a whole pinterest board devoted to dips.

Do you think you would like this Pina Colada fruit dip? What would you dip in it?

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  1. If I had this yummy dip, I would dip everything in it!! Actually, I might just even eat it with a spoon!

  2. nicole dziedzic says:

    Oh wow this looks super yummy, perfect dip for spring and all that fruit. Love the flavor.

  3. OK, I don’t like coconut but I like all the other stuff in this. Would just leave that out.

  4. I think I would like this dip, it looks and sounds delicious. I cannot wait to give this dip a try, I would dip fruit and pretzels in it.

  5. Annie Salerno says:

    This might be Tony’s and my favorite dip,bthanks

  6. Julie Wood says:

    I love your yummy dip recipe, and Want to make it really soon. I bet my family will love this Pina Colada flavor on our fruit!

  7. Honeymoon Fundraising says:

    That looks incredibly delicious! Off to the kitchen I go!

  8. Deborah Gullett says:

    If I had coconut extract I would make it now and try it with my strawberries!

  9. David Fultner says:

    I think it might good with pound cake.

  10. Thao @ In Good Flavor says:

    This sound like a fantastic dip! I would probably be delicious as a cake filling too!

  11. Celeste @The Whole Serving says:

    Hi, I found your site from the Best Recipes & DIY Project Link party, and this looks so delicious. I’ll be trying this ne soon.

  12. Made From Pinterest says:

    Yum! This looks so amazing! I am going to be going home and trying this as soon as I can. Keep posting stuff like this and I will keep being a devoted fan!

  13. Kim @ The Cookie Puzzle says:

    I can not wait to try this…pineapple, coconut…count me it. I think this would be great topped with a little toasted coconut. We would love for you to share with us at Party in Your PJs, our weekly link party.

  14. Mmm, I’d have vanilla wafers in it!

  15. Yummy! I love me some Pina Colada’s , well at least the virgin kind away. I think vanilla wafers might taste good dipped in it too.

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