Pineapple dip

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Pineapple dip recipe

A sweeter snack that's a good alternative to hummus or guacamole

5 minutes

Serves 4

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Recipe by: Mixer | Eat Move Learn cook

This Polynesian dip is slightly unusual because it’s sweet – but is still delicious with bread and raw vegetable sticks. Polynesia, which means ‘many islands’, is the name of an area in the Pacific Ocean which includes thousands of islands.

This recipe is from our Eat Move Learn programme helping kids to eat healthily and stay active. 

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Two hands - one large, one smallSuitable for young cooks

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Recipe by: Mixer | Eat Move Learn cook

This Polynesian dip is slightly unusual because it’s sweet – but is still delicious with bread and raw vegetable sticks. Polynesia, which means ‘many islands’, is the name of an area in the Pacific Ocean which includes thousands of islands.

This recipe is from our Eat Move Learn programme helping kids to eat healthily and stay active. 

> See all our recipes suitable for young cooks

> Download child-friendly instructions for this recipe

Two hands - one large, one smallSuitable for young cooks

Ingredients

  • ½ green pepper, roughly chopped
  • ½ small onion, peeled and roughly chopped
  • 150g low-fat cream cheese
  • 1 x 230g can pineapple chunks or slices, drained
  • 30g pecan nuts

5 A DAY: 1

Method

  1. Put all the ingredients in a food processor and blend them.
  2. That’s it! Transfer to a bowl and serve cold.

You can use the juice from your canned pineapple for a yummy dessert – mix with low-fat yoghurt and serve with chopped fruit


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