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Pineapple Coloring Pages (free printable PDF templates)

Welcome to the vibrant world of pineapple coloring pages, where tropical sweetness meets artistic expression! Whether you’re a pineapple enthusiast, an aspiring artist, or simply seeking a relaxing and creative activity, these delightful coloring sheets are sure to captivate your imagination. From the juicy slices to the prickly exteriors, pineapples offer a delightful subject for coloring enthusiasts of all ages. Let’s embark on an exciting journey through the mesmerizing realm of coloring pineapples. Plus, I share lots of fun facts about them so that you can learn about pineapples while you’re at it too. Just pick whichever design you like, save the downloadable free PDF template, print it out, and get coloring to your little hearts content, or you could even use them as an embroidery pattern or inspiration for fine line tattoos.

Pineapple Coloring Pages
Pineapple Coloring Pages (free printable PDF templates).

Learn about Pineapples as you color them

If you’re new to my coloring pages, you should know that I like to give you the option of learning about the subject so that you can easily turn it into an educational lesson while you are getting creative…so here we go!

Here are some simplified fun and interesting facts about pineapples, (based on the information available on Wikipedia, found here):

  • Pineapples, scientifically known as Ananas comosus, belong to the bromeliad family and are the only edible fruit in that family.
  • Originally native to South America, particularly Brazil and Paraguay, pineapples were later introduced to other tropical regions around the world.
  • The name “pineapple” comes from the resemblance of the fruit’s rough outer skin to a pinecone. In Spanish, it is called “piña,” which means pinecone.
  • Pineapples were considered a luxury item in the 18th century due to their rarity and high cost. They were even rented out to be used as table centerpieces at lavish parties.
  • The sweet and tangy flavor of pineapples comes from the enzyme bromelain, which breaks down proteins and tenderizes meat. This enzyme is also used as a meat tenderizer in cooking.
  • Pineapples are not actually a single fruit, but a cluster of fruitlets fused together around a central core. Each of these fruitlets is an individual berry.
  • The first pineapple plantation in Hawaii was established in the 18th century, and the fruit quickly became a symbol of hospitality and welcome in Hawaiian culture.
  • Pineapples are an excellent source of vitamin C and manganese. They also contain bromelain, which has anti-inflammatory and digestive benefits.
  • Pineapples can be grown from the crown of a pineapple fruit by cutting off the top and planting it in soil. It takes about 18-20 months for a pineapple plant to produce fruit.
  • Pineapples are not just limited to yellow. Some varieties have pink, orange, or green flesh, and their skin can range from yellow to golden brown.
  • The pineapple industry is a significant economic contributor in many countries, including the Philippines, Thailand, and Costa Rica.
  • In addition to being eaten fresh or juiced, pineapples are used in various culinary dishes, including desserts, salads, salsas, and even as a topping for pizza.
  • Pineapples have a long shelf life compared to many other fruits, making them suitable for shipping and export.
  • The leaves of a pineapple plant are spiky and can be used to deter animals or act as a natural fence.
  • Pineapples have been used traditionally in folk medicine for various purposes, including treating digestive disorders, reducing inflammation, and boosting the immune system…I even personally used pineapple juice medicinally when I was breastfeeding and it works wonders.

These fascinating facts about pineapples showcase their unique characteristics, historical significance, and culinary versatility. Whether you’re enjoying their tropical flavor or marveling at their intriguing structure, pineapples continue to be a beloved fruit worldwide.

Here are some other reputable resources to learn about Pineapples while coloring:

  • If you would like to see my index of free printable coloring pages, go here!
  • All of my botanicals coloring pages are found here.
  • Or, my other fruits coloring pages can be found here.

How to use my free coloring pages & supplies needed list:

*Keep in mind that while these coloring sheets are free, they are for personal use only. Any additional use will need written permission, from me, obtained via email. Thanks.*

**The example images for this little printing tutorial are from my free spring flowers coloring pages, you can get those here if you so desire.**

How to get best results with pineapple printables

How to get best results with pineapple printables

Prep Time: 2 minutes
Active Time: 3 minutes
Total Time: 3 minutes
Difficulty: Beginner to Intermediate

Discover a delightful collection of free printable pineapple coloring pages. Unleash your creativity and add a splash of vibrant colors to these tropical wonders. Perfect for kids and adults alike, these pineapple coloring pages are a fun and relaxing activity. Download and print them for free and let your imagination soar with fruity fun!


  • Standard 8.5"x11" Printing Paper (or quality cardstock)
  • Black Ink/Toner


  • Computer/ Phone/ Or Tablet To Download To
  • Printer
  • Colored Pencils
  • Pencil Sharpener
  • Eraser (optional)


  1. how to use Step 1 Scroll through the available coloring sheet options and determine which picture/pictures you would like to color (the example photo, with the websites watermark, shows you what the whole PDF will look like).
  2. Scroll just below the desired example photo, to the PDF version (the PDF version does not have the websites watermark on it), and either select "print" in the top right hand corner, or you can select "download" (also in the top right hand corner).
  3. how to use Step 3 A (2) how to use Step 3 B (1) how to use Step 3 C (1)As you go to print it, select the highest quailty option, or the highest DPI setting (DPI refers to the number of printed dots that are within one inch of the image being printed...basically the higher the number, the better the quality of the print). Now select "print".
  4. how to use Step 4After printing out your coloring pictures, allow the ink to set (dry out) for several minutes. This step will help prevent any smudging.
  5. how to use Step 5Now wash your hands and dry them thoroughly. Find a clean, nice flat/hard surface to lay the paper on, and color your prints in whatever way you fancy. Then enjoy them for years to come.


Ideas on what to do with these pictures:

You could print the coloring pages out and bind them and, paired with some nice colored pencils or an art set, it could be a fun little gift for any coloring enthusiast's special day.

You could also buy some simple frames, have these pictures printed out on a quality card stock at a local printing company, color them as beautifully as you can, and they could easily be added to your home decor.

These free coloring pictures can also be used as embroidery patterns using transfer sheets.

They could be used as a pattern for a fine-line tattoo.

Then of course, you can just plain print them out and color them as many times as you want to too.

*Please note that this website uses an image optimizer on the example photo's (which makes them load faster but also reduces quality), which is why you will get the best result by making sure you are downloading and using the PDF file directly. The example photo is just there so that you get an idea of what the entire picture looks like as it is hard to scroll through a PDF, on some devices, and see the whole thing within one screenshot.*

**Print quality instructions are for when using a desktop computer and an HP printer, it should be fairly similar should you use a different device**.

***Please make sure to select "fit to page" option when printing so that you ensure that entire image makes it on your printed page.

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Tips for coloring pictures of pineapples

Here are some tips to make your pineapple artwork really stand out:

  • Choose a Color Palette: While pineapples are commonly associated with yellow, don’t be afraid to get creative with your color choices. Consider using shades of yellow, orange, green, and even hints of pink or brown to add depth and dimension to your pineapple coloring.
  • Layer and Blend Colors: To create a realistic and vibrant looking pineapple picture, try layering and blending different shades of the same color. Start with a lighter base color and gradually add darker tones to the areas that need more depth. Use gentle strokes or shading techniques to blend the colors smoothly.
  • Play with Textures: Pineapples have a unique texture, with rough and bumpy skin on the outside and a softer, fleshy inside. Experiment with various coloring techniques to replicate these textures. You can use cross-hatching, stippling, or even small dots to create the appearance of roughness and detail.
  • Pay Attention to Lighting: Consider the direction of light when coloring your pineapple. Create highlights by leaving certain areas or sections of the fruit lighter, while adding shadows to other areas to give it a three-dimensional look. This attention to lighting will enhance the realism of your artwork.
  • Explore Background Options: Don’t forget to consider the background of your coloring page. You can leave it blank for a clean and simple look, or get creative with a tropical theme. Consider adding a blue sky, palm leaves, or a sandy beach to complement the pineapple and create a vibrant scene.
  • Use Different Coloring Tools: Experiment with various coloring tools to achieve different effects. Colored pencils work well for layering and blending, while markers provide bold and vibrant colors. Watercolor paints can add a soft and transparent look, and pastels can create a unique texture. Don’t hesitate to mix and match different tools to achieve the desired outcome.
  • Take Your Time and Enjoy: Coloring should be a relaxing and enjoyable experience. Take your time, pay attention to details, and have fun with the process. Allow yourself to be creative and embrace any artistic choices that inspire you.

Remember, there are no strict rules with pineapple pictures to color. Let your imagination guide you and create a pineapple masterpiece that reflects your own unique style and creativity.

Pineapple Color Sheets Options For Printing

P is for pineapple writing practice worksheets

*My P is for pineapple coloring sheet printables are specifically designed to be used in a classroom setting, they are the only printable options on this page that do not need written permission to use in a public setting, but please send the link to this post along if anyone asks you where you got them. Thank you!

P Is For Pineapple Coloring Page Example
P Is For Pineapple Coloring Page Example
P Is For Pineapple Worksheet Example
P Is For Pineapple Worksheet Example
Pineapple Color Page Worksheet Example
Pineapple Color Page Worksheet Example

Adult Pineapple Coloring Sheets

Adult Luau Coloring Page Pineapple Printable Example
Adult Luau Coloring Page Pineapple Printable Example
Adult Luau Coloring Pages Pineapple Example
Adult Luau Coloring Pages Pineapple Example
Outline Pineapple Color Sheet Example
Outline Pineapple Color Sheet Example

Cartoon Pineapples

Pineapple Coloring Page Example
Pineapple Coloring Page Example
Outline Slices Pineapple Coloring Sheet Example
Outline Slices Pineapple Coloring Sheet Example
Simple Pineapple Colouring Page Example
Simple Pineapple Colouring Page Example
Cute Pineapple Coloring Page Example
Cute Pineapple Coloring Page Example
Pineapple To Color Outline Example
Pineapple To Color Outline Example

Coloring Pineapple FAQ’s

What color is pineapple palette?

The pineapple palette typically consists of warm, vibrant colors that reflect the tropical nature of the fruit.

Here are some colors commonly associated with pineapples:

Yellow: Yellow is the primary color associated with pineapples, representing their ripe and juicy flesh. Opt for shades ranging from light, sunny yellow to deeper, golden tones.

Orange: Adding hints of orange can enhance the warmth and sweetness of a pineapple. Use lighter or darker shades of orange to create depth and variation.

Green: Pineapple leaves are typically a vibrant shade of green. Experiment with different shades of green, from light lime to deeper emerald, to capture the leafy part of the fruit.

Brown: Brown can be used to represent the rough and textured outer skin of the pineapple. Choose warm, earthy tones like caramel or tan to add realism to your coloring.

Pink: While not as common, some varieties of pineapples have pink flesh. If you want to incorporate a touch of uniqueness or artistic interpretation, consider using soft pink hues.

Blue: Although not directly associated with the pineapple itself, adding hints of blue in the background can create a complementary contrast, such as a blue sky or water to represent a tropical setting.

Remember, the color palette for pineapples can vary based on personal preference and artistic interpretation.

Feel free to experiment with different shades and combinations to create a pineapple coloring page that captures your desired aesthetic.

*I will add more pineapple color questions and answers as the questions get sent to me.

In conclusion, pineapple coloring pages offer a delightful and engaging way to unleash your creativity and explore the tropical world of this beloved fruit. From the vibrant hues of yellow and green to the intricate textures of its rough skin and sweet flesh, coloring pineapples can be a truly immersive and enjoyable experience for both children and adults.

Whether you choose to adhere to the traditional color scheme or let your imagination run wild with a burst of unconventional hues, the possibilities are endless.

So grab your coloring tools, let your artistic spirit soar, and immerse yourself in the captivating world of pineapple coloring pictures. Let the colors flow and bring these tropical wonders to life, one stroke at a time. Happy coloring!

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Check out my other free printables

  • If you would like to see my index of free printable coloring pages, go here!
  • All of my botanicals coloring pages are found here.
  • Or, my other fruits coloring pages can be found here.

Otherwise, here are direct links to several of my other related posts that you’re also going to love:

Other good resources for pineapples to color

*This post was originally shared to this blog on 05/17/2023, and has since been updated to improve user experience, add video instruction, as well as to make it as shareable as possible across the social medias.

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