This recipe is wonderful! It’s called Hawaiian Delight Dip, but we used it as a spread for crackers. Oh my! What a treat. This is my second recipe from Luana (you can read my interview of her from my November 3, 7 and 10 posts.)
Not only did my family find this dip delightful, but I also impressed my writers’ group when I made it for our meeting a couple weeks ago.
If you missed Luana’s recipe for Pumpkin Mochi, or any other recipe I’ve posted over the past year and a half, click here or go to my Recipe Page to find links to every recipe—there are some great ones!
Hawaiian Delight Dip (or Spread)
1 pkg cream cheese
1 small can crushed pineapple—drained
1 tsp lemon juice
1 - 2 TBSP mayo
(Mix the above well)
½ c chopped dates (or more if you love dates!)
½ c chopped pecans (or more if you love pecans!)
½ c shredded coconut
|Hawaiian Delight Dip (Spread)|
I happen to love ALL of the above ingredients, so I folded in more than ½ c of each—YUM!
Luana likes to add some diced up mango. I had a mango, but it was still ripening to use for her Mango Bread recipe, so I didn’t add any. But I bet it’s delicious!
Enjoy, and remember to go to the recipe page if you want to take a look at any or all of my past recipes! I have a couple more of Luana’s recipes coming up, so keep checking back.
Definition of Hawaiian Delight: Eating this spread and sitting back with my flip-flopped feet propped up! Mmmm . . . Mmmm!
Mahalo for visiting!