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Pineapple Cheese Ball – An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that’s a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It’s a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year’s Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

Pineapple Cheese Ball - An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

Easy Cheese Ball Recipe with Pineapple

I am a cheese lover in any way, shape, or form! And so any time I can nibble on a cheese appetizer like this one, I am a happy camper!

This easy cheese ball recipe is made with tangy cream cheese, sweet pineapple, crunchy pecans, and both green peppers and green onions for a bit of fresh crunch and savory flavor notes.

Pineapple Cheese Ball - An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

The cream cheese of course gives plenty of spreadable smoothness while the other add-ins provide bits of texture, chewiness, and light crunch.

While the pineapple does add sweetness, it’s not overpowering and this pineapple cream cheese ball recipe is more savory than sweet.

Pineapple Cheese Ball - An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

Whether you want to serve this pineapple cheese ball at your Christmas parties or before a holiday dinner party or celebration, or save it to make for New Year’s Eve, everyone will remember this tasty holiday appetizer recipe!

And bonus for you the chef: there’s no baking, cooking, sauteing, frying, or heavy lifting involved with this simple appetizer recipe. This is a quintessential no-bake appetizer recipe, with a dump-in-one-bowl-and-stir methodology to make it. That is especially nice during the holidays when it seems I am perpetually cooking something and my oven is always on.

Pineapple Cheese Ball - An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

Pineapple Cheese Ball Ingredients

To make this crowd favorite pineapple cream cheese ball with a pecan coating, you only need a handful of extremely common and easy to find ingredients including the following:

  • Cream cheese
  • Crushed pineapple
  • Pecans
  • Green onions
  • Green bell peppers (or red bell peppers, or your favorite)
  • Salt
  • Garlic powder
  • Fresh parsley, optional for garnishing

Note: Scroll down to the recipe card section of the post for the ingredients with amounts included and for more complete directions.

Pineapple Cheese Ball - An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

How to Make a Pineapple Cheese Ball

Making this cream cheese ball with pineapple couldn’t be any easier! It’s a dump-and-stir special!

Follow my straightforward instructions:

Step 1: Add all the ingredients to a large bowl, using half the pecans, and stir everything very well with a wooden spoon or use a small handheld electric mixer until well combined.

Pineapple Cheese Ball - An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

Step 2: Form into a ball shape.

Pineapple Cheese Ball - An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

Step 3: Place the other half of the pecans on a plate and roll the cheese ball over the nuts, lighting pressing them in to make sure they adhere.

Step 4: Refrigerate before serving and when ready to serve, garnish with fresh parsley if desired and then your favorite crackers and accoutrements.

Make This with Kids or Grandkids!

This is a great recipe to make with kids or grandkids because there’s no raw dough to accidentally eat, no tricky steps to goof up, and no hot burners. You don’t even need to use a mixer if you don’t want to and can just grab a wooden spoon and a mixing bowl and get to it!

Pineapple Cheese Ball - An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

Make-Ahead Instructions

You most definitely can make this pineapple cheeseball recipe in advance, up to about 24-36 hours in advance, and then place it in the refrigerator.

For maximum crunch though, I recommend NOT rolling the ball of cream cheese through the cup of the pecans for coating until closer to service.

Sometimes nuts can lose their crunch a bit if refrigerated so to prevent that, just roll the cheese ball through the pecans before serving the cheese ball.

And make sure to wrap the big ball of cream cheese very well in plastic wrap before stashing it in the fridge.

Pineapple Cheese Ball - An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

What to Serve with a Cheese Ball

Not only is this pineapple pecan cheese ball recipe great for Christmas or New Year’s Eve gatherings, it’s great a great option for Super Bowl parties. For me, the Super Bowl is more about that snacks and dip recipes that the game, but I digress.

Looking for something lighter and fruity for Memorial Day or 4th of July events? This is another good cheese appetizer recipe to keep on hand.

I like to serve my pecan pineapple cheese ball with basic but sturdy crackers like Breton Multigrain Crackers, Ritz, Triscuits, Wheat Thins, or your faves are welcome additions.

Feeling fruity? Pineapple wedges will really complement and accentuate the pineapple flavor of the cheese ball.

The Best Crackers for Cheese Balls

If you have a Trader Joe’s in your area, my two favorite crackers, ever, that are all-purpose, loved by all, go with everything, and I always have on hand are Raisin Rosemary Crisps and Trail Mix Crackers – so much better than they sound and everyone who tries these falls in love and wants to know what they are!

Pineapple Cheese Ball - An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

Appetizers That Pair Well with a Cheese Ball

My guess is that if you’re making this cheese ball with pineapple and nuts, you’re having a party! Therefore, you’ll be serving it alongside other apps, dips, and snacks. A few of my favorites, especially good for holiday entertaining include:

TIP: Also make sure to see below the recipe card for more cheesy appetizers and snack ideas for your parties!

Pineapple Cheese Ball - An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

Drinks to Serve with a Cheese Ball

Salty crackers and cheese make people thirsty, so be sure to make a batch drink to go alongside your pineapple cheese ball!

Pineapple Cheese Ball - An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

Tips for the Best Pineapple Cheese Ball

Cream Cheese At Room Temperature: Cream cheese is impossible to spread or stir if it’s too cold. In colder months, or in kitchens that are on the colder side, cream cheese can take 30-60 minutes to soften up enough to actually be able to stir it without struggling so plan ahead and just take it out an hour ahead of time.

Pineapple Cheese Ball - An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

Full-Fat Cream Cheese: I always try to use lite or reduced fat products when I can get away with it, but this isn’t one of those recipes. That’s because liter cream cheese products have more water (and less fat) but water melts faster and so not only will your pineapple pecan cream cheese appetizer recipe not have as rich and creamy of a flavor and texture, it will get too soft, too quickly if it’s sitting out at room temperature at a party for a bit. Not good.

Refrigerate Before Shaping Into a Ball: If you did set your cream cheese out at room temp for an hour like I just recommended and it’s soft enough to stir and mix in the other ingredients, it may be almost too soft to actually roll into a ball. Just pop the mixing bowl into your fridge for 10-15 minutes or so before shaping it into a bowl if it’s too soft.

Pineapple Cheese Ball - An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

Chill Before Serving: After rolling my pineapple pecan cream cheese bowl through the pecans, I always chill it for at least 30 minutes before serving it. This is personal preference but it helps to really set the pecans into the cream cheese.

Other Spices: If you want to spice things up, quite literally, add some red pepper flakes to the cream cheese mixture, or maybe some chipotle seasoning, a bit of smoked paprika, or even a teaspoon of seasoning salt.

Pineapple Cheese Ball - An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

Recipe FAQs

can i use fresh pineapple in the cheese ball?

Quite honestly, canned crushed pineapple is the easiest way to go here. Pop the lid of an 8 ounce can, squeeze the juice out, and you’re ready to go. Taking the time to clean a whole pineapple, and then either mince it super finely or pulse it in a food processor sounds like too much work. Possible? Yes. Recommended for ease? No. Pineapple Cheese Ball - An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

do i need to use a hand mixer?

No mixer is needed if your cream cheese is well softened to room temp. You will be able to mix everything together with a wooden spoon. Whatever is easier for you is just fine.

should i toast the nuts first?

I don’t toast them but you’re welcome to if you’d like. Either a low 250F oven for about 10-15 minutes or until fragrant or a dry skillet over medium heat on the stovetop for about 3-5 minutes, or until fragrant.

Either way, don’t burn them! Make sure you are stirring, flipping, and tossing very frequently, with either method. Nuts are expensive and they burn easily so keep a close eye on them.Pineapple Cheese Ball - An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

can i use other types of nuts?

I use unsalted chopped pecans. You can use other kinds of nuts such as chopped walnuts (probably the other most obvious choice), slivered almonds like I do in my Easy Jalapeño and Red Pepper Cheese Ball, chopped pistachios like in my Christmas Cheese Ball Wreath, macadamia nuts, cashews, or whatever strikes your fancy.

You can use unsalted nuts, lightly salted, salty, or spicy. Usually around the holidays you’ll see spiced nuts or spicy nut mixes and they would be great to use if you like spicy things. Or make my Swee

You can mix-and-match the nuts – say half chopped pecans and half chopped walnuts, or whatever strikes your fancy.

I have a recipe for Coconut Cinnamon Sugar Roasted Almonds and Sweet with Heat Cinnamon Sugar Candied Pecans that would both be amazing in the cheese ball!

can i make a pineapple cheese ball without nuts?

While it’s certainly possible to skip the nuts inside the cream cheese mixture and go more heavy handed with the pineapple and veggies, the tricky part is the outside of the cheese ball. If you’re okay with having a ‘bald’ cheese ball, then go for it.

You could try a bit of lightly salted and toasted panko bread crumbs (about 2 tbsp of butter to 1 cup panko in a skillet) to add some crunch, and frankly, some coverage to your bald ball of cream cheese.Pineapple Cheese Ball - An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

how can I make this into a pineapple-shaped pineapple cheeseball?

You’d want to buy a large pineapple-shaped mold and press the cream cheese mixture into the mold, chill it and let it set extremely well, then place or roll the nuts over the top surface, as desired. I suggest a silicone mold. There are tons of options on Amazon if you do a quick search.

Pineapple Cheese Ball - An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

Storage Instructions

Any leftovers from the pineapple cream cheese ball will keep for up to 5 days in the fridge. Wrap it very well in plastic wrap, and then place that inside a large ziptop gallon-sized bag is my recommendation.

This recipe doesn’t freeze well.

Pineapple Cheese Ball - An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner!

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Pineapple Cheese Ball

By Averie Sunshine
An EASY holiday appetizer recipe that's a party favorite! Made with tangy cream cheese, juicy pineapple, green bell peppers, green onions, and plenty of nuts for lovely crunch and texture! It's a super simple dump-and-stir recipe with no baking, no cooking, no mixer, and no fuss! Serve this at Christmas parties, New Year's Eve, Super Bowl, and any time you need a guaranteed winner! 
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Additional Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour 10 minutes
Servings: 16
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Ingredients  

  • two 8-ounce packages cream cheese blocks, well softened to room temperature (do NOT use lite or fat free)
  • 8 ounces crushed pineapple from a can, with the juice well squeezed out and drained off
  • 1 ¾ cup chopped pecans, divided
  • ¼ cup chopped green onion, use both white and green parts, or as desired
  • ¼ cup green bell pepper, seeded and finely chopped
  • 1 teaspoon salt, or to taste
  • ½ to 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 2 teaspoons fresh parsley, finely minced for garnishing

Instructions 

  • To a large bowl, add the cream cheese, pineapple, half the nuts (about a heaping 3/4 cup), green onions (you could use white or yellow onions, but to me they have a harsher flavor and aren't my personal preference), green bell pepper (you can use another color if desired), salt, garlic powder, and stir to combine with a wooden spoon. Tips – Make sure your cream cheese has been sitting out to soften for 30 to 60 minutes, depending on how cold your climate and kitchen are. Cold cream cheese is unnecessarily difficult to work with, so plan ahead and set it out in advance. If it's soft enough, you don't need to use a handheld electric mixer, although you can if desired.
  • Using a spatula or your hands, gently form the cream cheese mixture into a ball. Taste the mixture and make sure you like it. If needed, add additional salt, garlic powder, a pinch of red pepper flakes, etc. to get it where you like it. Tip – If it's too soft to work with, cover the bowl with a sheet of plastic wrap, and refrigerate it for about 15 minutes, or until just chilled enough to make it easier to work with, and form a ball. Make Ahead Tip – If you'd like to make this cheese ball in advance, do so, through this step, wrap it well in plastic wrap, and keep it for up to 24-36 hours before giving it a final roll through the nuts, garnishing and serving.
  • After you've formed a ball, scatter the remaining nuts on a plate, and gently roll the formed ball around on the nuts to coat evenly. As necessary, use your hands to gently press the nuts into the side of the cheese ball.
  • Wrap the cheese ball very well with plastic wrap, and place it in the fridge to chill for at least 15 to 30 minutes before serving, or as desired. This will depend on how soft your cream cheese is, if you refrigerated it prior to forming the ball, and personal preference.
  • Optionally garnish with fresh parsley sprinkled over the top and serve with crackers or your favorite dippers or crudites. Extra cheese ball will keep airtight in the fridge for up to 5 days, noting the nuts could become a bit soft from the moisture of the cream cheese. I don't recommend freezing leftovers.

Notes

Crackers Recommendations: If you have a Trader Joe's in your area, my two favorite crackers, ever, that are all-purpose, loved by all, go with everything, and I always have on hand are Raisin Rosemary Crisps and Trail Mix Crackers – so much better than they sound and everyone who tries these falls in love and wants to know what they are!
Otherwise, something basic but sturdy like Breton Multigrain Cracker or similar are great.
While you could serve this dip with apple slices or perhaps pineapple spears, or a neutral veggie like cucumbers or jicama sticks, this is one case where crackers just work best.

Nutrition

Serving: 1, Calories: 200kcal, Carbohydrates: 8g, Protein: 3g, Fat: 18g, Saturated Fat: 6g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 10g, Cholesterol: 29mg, Sodium: 231mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 5g

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

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