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Pineapple Guacamole (Low FODMAP, AIP Paleo & Vegan)

4.82 from 11 votes

This guacamole has a tropical twist using pineapples instead of tomatoes making this nightshade-free, using chives instead of onions makes this mild and low FODMAP so it’s easy to digest for everyone this summer! 

For the past few months, I’ve had to be on a low FODMAP diet after finding out I had SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth), and yes – it is as glamorous as it sounds. Common symptoms of SIBO include constant bloating, vitamin deficiencies, malabsorption and poor digestion. So by going low FODMAP you can starve the bacteria that’s causing all this pain and see a reduction in symptoms. Together with antibiotics, a lot of patience and self love – it will start to clear up!

Personally, I’ve found that when deciding to go through these healing diets… your mind frame must be right as a very first step. Making a list of the food you CAN eat and just focusing on that to keep it positive creates a huge mind shift… finding creative ways to use these ingredients is a bit like an Iron Chef challenge to me at times.

Minus the timer and accidental kitchen fires… and judges, oh and Bobby Flay.

If you can look at the temporary eliminations and restrictions as tests of creativity, you start to notice you’re actually learning more and trying new things that you wouldn’t have tried. I’m happy to say that although I’m currently doing what anyone would consider two strict healing diets (low FODMAP and AIP), I’m in a much better frame of mind than when I initially tried because of my making peace with the situation and embracing all the new challenges ahead, choosing to learn from a place of love vs. fear or impatience or self-pity. And I look forward to when I can re-introduce some of my old faves like nuts, seeds, eggs, etc. If you’re curious about these diets for healing yourself from Autoimmune diseases or Digestive issues/infections, drop me a line or follow me on Instagram for more food inspiration!

Pineapple Guacamole (Low FODMAP, AIP Paleo & Vegan)

4.82 from 11 votes
This tropical guacamole is made with just 5 ingredients that even the most sensitive stomachs will be happy with!
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes


  • 1 ripe avocado
  • 1 cup fresh pineapple diced
  • 1/4 cup fresh cilantro
  • 1 Tbsp chopped chives
  • Juice from 1/2 lime
  • salt black pepper (as a reintroduction) to taste


  • Dice the avocado and pineapple into cubes and add to a serving bowl.
  • Roughly chop the cilantro leaves and chives, tossing into the bowl and mixing with the avocado and pineapple.
  • Lastly, squeeze 1/2 the lime over top and season with salt and pepper to taste. Dip crudite or your favorite chips and enjoy!
Diet: Mexican
Course: Appetizer, Snack

Tags: guacamole, low fodmap snack, low fodmap guacamole, aip guacamole, paleo, vegan


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  1. Hi there! Ok so this sounds delish, and you maaaay have solved our taco problem tonight! So thank you! 🙂 My husband started low FODmap 3 weeks ago, and supposedly we can start slowly introducing things next week, but we may wait another week. I totally can relate with the cooking show challenge, ha ha, I pretend that’s what I am doing to keep myself sane, since I’m the only chef in the house through this! But since we are kinda new to FODmap, I’m curious your experience? Every place I’ve read says avocado is basically not low FODmap at all, unless ridiculously low serving sizes. Is that true? I’d just hate to make this and then dish out “too much”, if that makes sense? What have you found?
    Second, this recipe aside, any tips for eating out during low FODmap?? It’s summer in Maine here, and we really want to enjoy some of our seasonal restaurants! I think that’s the hardest part… I’m gluten free so I’m used to checking ingredients, but this is like… on steroids! I’d take any tips! Thanks a million!!

    • Awww!! Avocado is okay in small doses, I believe 1/8 avocado is the recommendation but my advice is to do you. Everyone’s unique and. Not every fodmap food will make everyone react. Hope you guys feel better!!

  2. This is such a brilliant idea! I loved the sweet, tanginess of the pineapple with the creamy avocado. Can’t wait to make it again!

  3. Looks scrumptious! I can’t wait to make it and dive in! I enjoyed reading it, and it is very well explained. Thank you!

  4. Love your perspective, especially about focusing on all the goodness you can eat (like tropi-guac!) as opposed to the no list. Lol to the Bobby Flay part 😀 For me the first little while is always hard but once I can start to feel it working and my body being happier it’s not so hard anymore. Also would it be weird if I just ate this with a fork? A salad of sorts 🙂

    • Thank you my darling!! Amen to that, gets easier as time passes haha… and no, I’ve eaten guac with a fork in public when they only give chips hahaha

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