10 Best Pineapple Lemonade Recipes for Summertime!

10 Best Pineapple Lemonade Recipes for Summertime!
10 Best Pineapple Lemonade Recipes for Summertime!
10 Best Pineapple Lemonade Recipes for Summertime!
10 Best Pineapple Lemonade Recipes for Summertime!

Everyone loves a good lemonade on a hot summer day, but there’s so much more you can do with the tart-sweet citrus fruit. The same goes for pineapple. Mix up your thirst-quenching routine with these 10 best pineapple lemonade recipes that are perfect for summer. These refreshing drinks range from tart and tangy to sweet and fruity, so there’s something here for everybody. From boozy versions that double as cocktails to kid-friendly non-alcoholic options, these pineapple lemonade recipes are sure to become your new favorites!

Sweet and Fruity

For a dessert-like twist on this classic summer drink, try this pineapple lemonade. Made with freshly squeezed lemon juice, sweet pineapple, and a touch of vanilla extract, this recipe is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. For a tropical twist to your lemonade, you can add a few coconut shavings to create a drink that is as refreshing as it is delicious. This recipe makes two servings, so you can drink one and keep the other in the fridge to enjoy later. Ingredients: Two 16-oz. jars of lemon juice (about 32 oz.) Four cups of water Three cups of fresh pineapple, shredded (diced pineapple can also be used) Two cups of sugar Two cups of ice cubes Two cups of vanilla ice cream Two cups of milk Two cups of crushed ice Two cups of sweetened coconut shavings (optional) Two cups of lemon slices (optional) Two cups of pineapple slices (optional) Two cups of sliced strawberries (optional) Two cups of sliced kiwi (optional) Two cups of sliced oranges (optional) Two cups of sliced watermelon (optional) Two cups of sliced grapefruit (optional) Two cups of sliced cherries (optional) Two cups of sliced pomegranate seeds (optional) Two cups of sliced peaches (optional) Two cups of sliced blueberries (optional) Two cups of sliced cantaloupe (optional) Two cups of sliced papaya (optional) Two cups of sliced tangerine (optional) Two cups of sliced nectarines (optional) Two cups of sliced apples (optional) Two cups of sliced pears (optional) Two cups of sliced kumquats (optional) Two cups of sliced loquats (optional) Two cups of sliced plums (optional) Two cups of sliced quince (optional) Two cups of sliced rhubarb (optional) Two cups of sliced strawberries (optional) Two cups of sliced figs (optional) Two cups of sliced blackberries (optional) Two cups of sliced raspberries (optional) Two cups of sliced mulberries (optional) Two cups of sliced blueberries (optional) Two cups of sliced gooseberries (optional) Two cups of sliced cranberries (optional) Two cups of sliced mulberries (optional) Two cups of sliced red currants (optional) Two cups of sliced black currants (optional) Two cups of sliced yellow currants (optional) Two cups of sliced red currants (optional) Two cups of sliced red wine grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced white wine grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced green grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced black grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced blue grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced white grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced concord grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced sultanas (optional) Two cups of sliced red wine grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced white wine grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced green grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced black grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced blue grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced white grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced concord grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced sultanas (optional) Two cups of sliced red wine grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced white wine grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced green grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced black grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced blue grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced white grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced concord grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced sultanas (optional) Two cups of sliced red wine grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced white wine grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced green grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced black grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced blue grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced white grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced concord grapes (optional) Two cups of sliced sultanas (optional)

Tangy and Refreshing

This pineapple lemonade is a little bit more tart than the sweet version above, but it’s just as delicious—and not just for dessert. This recipe calls for freshly squeezed lemon and lime juice, which, along with the simple syrup, makes it more tart than the sweeter version. It also uses less sugar than the sweeter recipe, so it’s a good choice if you’re watching your sugar intake. The pineapple in this recipe adds a bit of sweetness, but the citrus really stands out. The grapefruit and lemon slices on the edge of the glass add a nice visual touch that is just as refreshing as the drink itself. This recipe makes about 12 servings, so it’s a great choice for parties, family gatherings, or other social events.

Limed-Up Cocktails

This pineapple and lime lemonade recipe adds a margarita-like flavor to the classic drink by mixing in some tequila and triple sec. This recipe calls for freshly squeezed lime juice, which will give it a more tart taste than using lime juice from a bottle. Triple sec is a type of orange-flavored liqueur, so if you prefer not to add alcohol to this drink, you can substitute triple sec with triple sec orange or another orange-flavored liqueur. If you like your drinks super tart, you can add an extra cup of lime juice. This drink is perfect for hot summer days and nights, especially when you’re entertaining guests. You can serve the pineapple in slices or wedges on the edge of the glass or in a small bowl as an edible garnish. This recipe makes about 24 servings, so it’s a great choice for parties or family gatherings.

Something Else

This tropical-inspired pineapple lemonade uses only fresh ingredients for a truly authentic taste. Freshly squeezed lemon and lime juices give it a more tart taste than using bottled juices, while pureed pineapple and coconut milk give it a rich, tropical flavor. This recipe calls for freshly ground ginger, but you can substitute ground ginger if you don’t have a grater. You can make this recipe more kid-friendly by omitting the rum or substituting it with water. If you leave the rum in, keep in mind that this drink is stronger than most. For the best flavor, use freshly squeezed juices and pureed pineapple. This recipe makes about 12 servings, so it’s a great choice for parties or family gatherings.

Bonus: 2 Responsibly-Made Craft Beers to Try While Enjoying Your Pineapple Lemonade!

While beer has long been known as a beverage for guys, we think pineapple lemonade is a drink for all seasons—and all genders. We love to sip on pineapple infused beers while enjoying our pineapple lemonade or other fruity cocktails. If you’ve been curious about the pineapple beer trend but aren’t sure where to start, we recommend trying one of these two pineapple beers from Brooklyn Brewery. We love

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