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This peach pineapple salsa recipe is my family’s all-time favorite fruit salsa. Make this easy pineapple peach salsa to add some flair to your weeknight meals. It works with a variety of chicken, fish, and pork dishes, or use it as a taco topping. You’ll love this homemade tomato-free salsa alternative that’s naturally plant based, vegan, Paleo, and gluten free.

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This pineapple peach salsa recipe came about when I was coming up with salsa recipes for a local salsa contest. I had planned to enter my cherry peach salsa. Unfortunately, I was no longer able to find fresh cherries, so I needed to come up with something else.

My husband suggested a peach and pineapple combo, and this delicious peach and pineapple salsa is the result.

My family members are not the only ones who love this pineapple peach salsa recipe. A fair judge agreed that this was a great recipe and awarded me a blue ribbon! (And this high calorie granola won an honorable mention, so I really felt like a cooking star that day.)

I think you’ll like this recipe because you only need five ingredients to make it. Plus, you can control how spicy it is, depending on whether you leave the seeds in the jalapeno. You can use this pineapple peach salsa with Tostitos as dessert, or use it to add flavor to proteins in meals.

This is pineapple salsa no tomato, so it’s not a typical pineapple pico de gallo salsa. The pineapple and peach are front and center here, almost like a finely chopped fruit salad with a bit of heat.

🍑 Peach Pineapple Salsa Ingredients

Here’s what you need to make pineapple peach salsa:

  • 1½ cups chopped peaches
  • 1½ cups chopped pineapple
  • 1 medium chopped jalapeno pepper
  • 2 tablespoons fresh cilantro
  • Juice of one lime
peach pineapple salsa ingredients

You need fresh peaches and fresh pineapples for this recipe. As much as I like the convenience of canned pineapples and peaches, this recipe is best with fresh fruits. I can’t get local pineapples here in Connecticut, but I was able to find some ripe fresh pineapple to use.

Using the best quality ingredients that you can afford matters greatly in simple recipes such as this one. Colorful ripe produce is a delight to the eyes and the main source of flavor here.

This is a flexible recipe that can be modified to fit your taste buds. Add some mango, habanero, red bell pepper, chopped red onion, garlic, or other fruits or veggies if you wish.

In terms of kitchen equipment, the only thing you need for pineapple and peach salsa is a good knife. A citrus juicer is helpful for extracting the lime juice, but you could also squeeze the lime by hand.

Pineapple Peach Salsa Benefits

Why make peach pineapple salsa? Here are some reasons you’ll want to try this recipe:

  • Low Calorie: Peaches and pineapples come together to make a low calorie topping or dip for foods. Fruits and vegetables are one of the best ways to bulk up meals without adding a lot of calories.
  • Low Sugar: Some salsas (and other condiments, like BBQ sauce and ketchup) can be quite high in added sugar. This salsa recipe with peaches and pineapples has no sugar added. The only sugars here are the natural sugars present in the fruits.
  • Easy: You can make this salsa with only 5 ingredients and 5-10 minutes of your time. The ingredients are simple, and should be easy to find in any regular supermarket.
  • Vegan: This salsa recipe is dairy free, vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free. The only special diets that aren’t a good fit here are keto and some other low carb diets, since pineapples and peaches are high carbohydrate fruits.
  • Healthy: This pineapple peach salsa is healthy in the sense that it is nutritious. You’re getting vitamin C, potassium, provitamin A, and fiber here.
  • Delicious: Even picky eaters who don’t like vegetables will usually accept sweet and tasty fruits. This recipe can help you get more heart healthy fruits and veggies into your diet because it tastes so good.
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🍍 How to Make Peach Pineapple Salsa

How do you make peach and pineapple salsa? Here are the steps:

  1. Peel and core the pineapple, and chop it into ¼-inch dice (0.6 cm). Chop the peaches into ¼-inch dice (0.6 cm) as well. (You do not have to peel the peaches.) Cutting the fruit into small, uniform cubes will make the dish look nicer.
  1. Finely chop the jalapeno and cilantro. Remove the seeds from the jalapeno if you dislike spicy heat. Juice the lime.
  1. Combine the pineapple, peaches, jalapeno, and cilantro in a medium-sized bowl.
  1. Sprinkle with the lime juice. Chill until ready to serve.
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🌡️ How to Store Pineapple Peach Salsa

Leftover peach pineapple salsa will last in a covered container in the refrigerator for 3-4 days. Do not freeze this salsa. The fruits become too watery and mushy when defrosted.

🍗 What to Eat with Peach Pineapple Salsa

You can enjoy peach pineapple salsa and chips, but I prefer to use this salsa in a meal. Try making peach pineapple salsa chicken or pineapple peach salsa for fish. It’s also delicious over pork chops or whole grains, such as brown rice or quinoa.

The last time I made this recipe, I served the salsa over grilled chicken and wild rice, with broccoli on the side. It’s so easy to whip this recipe up while the chicken is cooking!

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📋 Peach Pineapple Salsa Calories

How many calories in pineapple and peach salsa? One serving of peach pineapple salsa has 57 calories, 12.8 grams net carbs, and 0.9 grams protein. You could technically fit this recipe into a relaxed low carb diet, though pineapples and peaches are not low carb foods.

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How to make a pineapple peach salsa recipe for canning?

According to the USDA, it is important to “Only use tested, science-based home-canning recipes from reliable sources.” Do not use home canning recipes from random food blogs unless you want to risk botulism! Here is a recipe for canned Pineapple Chili Salsa from the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension. Here is a recipe for canned Peach Salsa from the USDA.

Where to buy peach pineapple salsa?

It’s pretty easy to get peach pineapple salsa store bought. Get Great Value Peach Pineapple Chipotle Salsa at Walmart or Good and Gather Pineapple Peach Salsa at Target. (Archer Farms Pineapple Peach Salsa is the old name for Good & Gather.) There’s also Safeway peach pineapple salsa.

Is this a whole30 salsa?

Yes, this fruit salsa is a Whole 30 salsa recipe.

👩🏻‍🍳 Recipes Using Peach Pineapple Salsa

Need more ideas for what goes with pineapple peach salsa? Here are some foods to serve with pineapple peach salsa:

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Peach and Pineapple Salsa Recipe

Summer Yule
This peach and pineapple salsa is my family’s all-time favorite fruit salsa recipe. It's a tomato-free salsa alternative with a hint of heat.
5 from 3 votes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Course Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 4
Calories 57 kcal


  • cups fresh pineapple
  • cups fresh peaches
  • 1 medium jalapeno pepper
  • 2 tablespoons cilantro
  • 1 lime
Don’t be a stranger! 😊If you love this recipe, please come back and leave a rating. This helps readers and I’d love to hear from you. Thank you ❤️


  • Peel and core the pineapple, and chop it into ¼-inch dice (0.6 cm). Chop the peaches into ¼-inch dice (0.6 cm) as well. (You do not have to peel the peaches.) Cutting the fruit into small, uniform cubes will make the dish look nicer. 
  • Finely chop the jalapeno and cilantro. Remove the seeds from the jalapeno if you dislike spicy heat. Juice the lime. You should get about 1 tablespoon of lime juice.
  • Combine the pineapple, peaches, jalapeno, and cilantro in a medium-sized bowl. 
  • Sprinkle with the lime juice. Chill until ready to serve. 



💭 Expert Tips from Dietitian Summer Yule

This is a level 1 recipe (may help support fat loss). I’m categorizing this salsa as a snack, but incorporating it into a meal is more likely to be supportive of a weight loss goal. 
I photographed the salsa with tortilla chips because that’s what people typically pair with salsa. However, I’m hoping to convince you to add it to meals instead. 😊 
The first time I made this, I served it over chicken with a side salad and sorghum (a type of grain). This time, I added wild rice and steamed broccoli. If you don’t like chicken, try serving this salsa over fish, pork, or even marinated tofu. 
I don’t find corn chips and salsa to be very satisfying, so that is not a snack I choose often. Putting this salsa over a source of protein in my meal is a far more satiating way to enjoy similar flavors. If I added a glass of milk to the meal shown, I’d have all of the food groups covered.
Don’t forget that you can turn up the heat by leaving the seeds in the jalapeno or adding another jalapeno to the recipe. Spicy!
Nutrition information is for one serving of the recipe.


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Calories: 57kcalCarbohydrates: 14.7gProtein: 0.9gFat: 0.2gFiber: 1.9gVitamin A: 8.2% DVVitamin C: 47.7% DVCalcium: 8.9% DVIron: 1.1% DV
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  1. 5 stars
    This recipe is amazing! I used a whole pineapple, 3 peaches, juiced 2 limes, and a half of japeleno. I also added a quarter of a red onion.

  2. 5 stars
    This is very really unique helpful information.I learn so much from you as well! Thank you so much for sharing your helpful information. Keep it up.

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