These Frozen Pineapple Margarita Mocktails are the most refreshing way to indulge without the booze! With a tantalizing blend of fruity pineapple, lemons, and a hint of sweetness from the honey, these mocktails are the perfect addition to your summer mocktail menu. Plus, it's an easy mocktail that can be made in just a few short minutes---15 minutes to be exact!
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Seriously, enjoying mocktails are the new wave and if you've ever had a great glass, then you know that creating the same refreshing, quenching feel of a cocktail is possible when you use the right ingredients. This Frozen Pineapple Margarita Mocktail is one of the recipes that you'll enjoy greatly and it makes for the best satisfying sip, especially during the warmer months. It's so family-friendly that even the kids can enjoy (just omit the alcohol alternative to guarantee their love for it) and it keeps you energized after every sip.
With its fruity and tangy taste, this alcohol-free drink is the perfect addition to your summer mocktail lineup. And if you're a lover of watermelon or strawberries, then you're sure to love these Frozen Cucumber Watermelon Strawberry Mocktails. Of course, I've tried my hand at a variety of flavors when it comes to moncktails, but I still enjoy a good glass of this Coconut Mojito Mocktail with Green Tea, Citrus Honey Mint Mocktail, Strawberry Grapefruit Mocktail, and Jamaican Me Happy Mocktail. And this Cucumber Ginger Mint Mocktail is so good too!
Overall, this mocktail is so fruity, easy to make, refreshing, quick to whip together (in just 15 minutes), Only requires a blender and a saucepan, and a fun sip experience for adults and children alike.
So if you're sitting here thinking, what is a mocktail? Let me explain. A mocktail is like a party in a glass, minus the hangover. It's a delicious and refreshing drink that's packed with all the flavor and complexity of a traditional cocktail but without any of alcohol.
Whether you're a designated driver, a health-conscious human, or just someone who wants to enjoy a delicious drink without the buzz, mocktails are the perfect solution.
The first thing you can make for these mocktails for a fancy/fun feel is the rim decor. If you'd like to add a nice rim, you can use either salt, sugar, or crushed coconut flakes. Then of course, you can add lemon slices or pineapple slices of wedges to the edge of your glass.
For the actual mocktail itself, you whip together the lemon simple syrup and blend together the mocktail ingredients and assemble. Serve and enjoy!
Here’s what you need for these Frozen Mocktails:
First and foremost, the flavors in this simple and easy Frozen Pineapple Margarita Mocktail is enough to convince anyone, however, here are a few more reasons why you'll love this recipe:
If you’d like to serve this as a cocktail or use a different alcohol alternative flavor, you can add your favorite alcohol to the mixture. The best alcohol for a classic margarita is tequila, which is a slightly grassy, smoky liquor----making it perfect for fruity or minty drinks. As I stated before, Ritual Zero Proff has a delicious Rum alternative to bring this drink together. However, these other types of alcohols (just about 1 ounce or so) can work great with this Frozen Pineapple Margarita Mocktail flavor combo also:
For a simple sweetener, just use honey and a simple syrup. Or, if you prefer to use maple syrup or all simple syrup-----do so! These are great vegan options.
The Best Healthy Sugar Alternatives + Substitutes list is all about finding better ways to enjoy your favorite sweets without compromising your healthy lifestyle. For those who follow a vegetarian and/or vegan lifestyle, this lists offers a few great ideas to incorporate healthy sweeteners into your diet.
Want to make your Frozen Pineapple Margarita Mocktail look extra special? Here are some easy and pretty garnishes to try-
This frozen pineapple mocktail recipe serves two. But you’ll probably want more and I can’t blame you! You can easily double or triple the recipe to serve a crowd or your entire family.
Whether you're trying to switch things up with the taste of this frozen mocktail or you just don't like citrus fruits, here's a list of other great fruits that work amazingly with pineapple:
This recipe makes two mocktails. To make additional mocktails, simply double or triple ingredients, depending on need.
Of course! If you’d like to serve this as a cocktail, you can add your favorite alcohol to the mixture. The best types of alcohols (just about 1 ounce or so) that work great with this Pineapple lemon flavor combo is:
To make things more fancy, I love to add coconut flakes, sea salt or cane sugar to the rim of my glass(es). To do this, you'll simply need to wet the rims a bit with a lime wedge and then turned facing down, slightly moving it around in the coconut flakes, sugar or salt until covered.
Yes! You can feel free to use freshly sliced pineapples in these mocktails, but you'll need to add about 2 cups or so of ice to make things more of a frozen consistency.
Instead of tequila, you could use vodka as the next best alternative and instead of Triple Sec, you could add some orange juice and grenadine.
Basically, when it comes to mixing a classic margarita it consists of a ratio of 3-2-1: three parts tequila, two parts good triple sec, and one part lime juice.
Honestly, the sugar around the rims of any cocktail or mocktail is usually a way of adding an extra kick of sweetness and to help your drink look beautiful.
This particular frozen margarita mocktail is made of 3 cups of frozen pineapples, about 2 cups of lemon simple syrup, honey, and an alcohol alternative for a nice kick of flavor.
Once you've blended everything together, pour them into individual jars or glasses (½ pint jars work great for individual servings). Then cover them with their lids (for an easier storage) and put them in the freezer, leaving them in the freezer until you're ready to serve them.
Absolutely! If you want to serve this frozen margarita mocktail for later, blend everything (minus the alcohol alternative because it's not freezer-friendly) and leave it in the freezer. If you use alcohol, you can blend it in and it will stay a slushy consistency. Frozen margaritas will last in the freezer for up to two weeks.
Now that you're on a pineapple flavor kick with this frozen mocktail recipe, give these recipes that your entire family will love a try next:
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