Summer Fun Dipping with Frito Lay: Pineapple Tomatillo Salsa Recipe {Giveaway}

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 Frito Lat Summer Dips

Summer at my home means fun and people. LOTS of people. Child-people, adult people…all people. That’s right, my home is THE place to be at apparently. I wish I could say it was my awesome personality but alas, no… I have a daughter who is a social butterfly, an Xbox and Satellite TV. We’re popular alright. That means two things: we always have treats on hand and we’re always ready for a party.

 FritoLay

Everyone that comes by has a different palette so I like to have things out that all my guests can enjoy, and being a mom, I also try to infuse a little bit of healthy treats wherever I can. I admit it, I sneak it in. Most recently I did this by putting out Classic Lay’s Potato Chips and Tostito’s Scoop Tortilla chips and pairing them with two amazing, fresh and slightly healthier dips. One was the Black Bean Corn Bites, which you can find on the Frito-Lay website along with many other dips, dishes, treats and more. Black Beans, corn, cilantro…mmm, mmmm! I was salivating as I made it (and may have had a lot a little before serving).

Tostitos Black Bean Dip

That Black Bean dip with the Tostitos Scoops? YUM! Frito- Layhas the perfect summer snack for however you celebrate, whether you’re relaxing and unwinding at home with Lay’s® Classic potato chips or celebrating summer with Tostitos® Scoops!® tortilla chips at a backyard party. The next dip I made sure to put out for my guests was the biggest hit. Being Latina, my salsa and sauces always have a little kick to them…and so I made this sweet, tangy with a hint of spice Pineapple Tomatillo dip. Try it with my recipe below and see how your guests rave about your dip for days!

Pineapple Tomatillo Dip Yum

Pineapple Tomatillo Dip

Pineapple Tomatillo Dip

Ingredients

2-3 coarsely chopped tomatillos
1 jalapeño, deseeded and diced
1 coarsely chopped red onion
Half a pineapple coarsely chopped
2-3 dashes of salt
1/2 a bunch of fresh cilantro
1-2 Garlic cloves

Directions

  • Add all ingredients into blender or food processor and low pulse for 15 seconds, shake, and pulse 5 more times. You want it a bit chunky. For added flavor, roast tomatillos for 10 minutes at 400 degrees. Take out cool, and add to blender with all other ingredients. YUM!

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Comments

  1. Michelle C says

    I love dipping Doritos in queso cheese dip. Thanks for the chance to win!
    mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

  2. Amanda Rauch says

    I gotta say fritos and bean dip is probably my favorite combo. My husband on the other hand loves tostitos and any kind of salsa!

  3. Deborah Grant says

    I don’t know what it is about French Onion that everyone loves but we do. We add a little salsa to it and wow know your talking dip.

  4. Jackie says

    I like Lays Potato Chips with Onion dip (made with sour cream and Lipton onion soup mix).
    Thanks!

  5. Jennifer T. says

    I love cheese dip made with tomatoes and peppers with Tostitos Restaurant White Tortilla Chips.
    jtmagmom73(at)gmail(dot)com

  6. Wild Orchid says

    My favorite is french onion dip with ruffles potato chips.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

  7. Erika W. says

    I use the mulit-grain Tostito scoops and put black beans with salsa in the cups and then top with melted cheese and sour cream!

  8. Annmarie W. says

    I love to dip potato chips in french onion dip! And tostitos are wonderful in hot artichoke dip!

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