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Tropical Pineapple Lemonade: You’ll Love This Recipe!

Summers in our area can be really hot (hello southern living), and sometimes we just want something different than water to drink. Today I’m sharing a quick and easy recipe for Pineapple Lemonade you are guaranteed to enjoy!

Serving up a sweet lemonade is the perfect way to beat that heat and make those extra scorching days feel better with their sweet taste! Just mix some of your favorite fruit like pineapple into this easy recipe for refreshment along with lemons and agave syrup.

Ah, summer. The season of sandy toes and kids playing in the sprinkler, ice cream cones on a hot day…and delicious pineapple lemonade! No matter what your favorite summer drink is, you can’t deny that there’s nothing like an icy cold glass of this refreshing Pineapple Lemonade to cool you off after a long walk or bike ride on one of these hot and humid days.

Whenever I’m having family or friends over and want to make a delicious, refreshing drink but is still easy and perfect for entertaining guests of all ages, this is my go-to mix!

This recipe is perfect for any occasion – from baby showers to birthday parties, and even backyard BBQs!

This is the perfect beverage for summertime. Refreshing and light. I know you’ll love this recipe!

The ingredients in the easy lemonade recipe are:

  • 4 C of pureed pineapple
  • 1 C agave
  • 1 C water
  • 3 lemons, juiced
  • 3 C cold water
  • 6 C ice cubes

Some notes about the ingredients:

For this recipe you’ll need a fresh pineapple, cut into chunks and pureed. I’ve included instructions on how to make the pineapple puree syrup in the recipe – so don’t worry. It’s not hard!

You’ll also need some agave nectar. Agave nectar is a great alternative to high-fructose corn syrup, and it’s loaded with all sorts of healthy nutrients. It comes from the fluid inside the blue agave plant. Some people believe that agave nectar is healthier than other sugars, but it’s there are no major health benefits to using agave in your recipes. It does have a lower glycemic index value though:

  • honey: 58
  • agave nectar: 19
  • refined white table sugar (sucrose): 60

The pureed pineapple will last for about 2 days if kept in a refrigerator. You can also fill an ice cube tray with the puree pineapple to add to your next pitcher of Pineapple Lemonade.

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Delicious Pineapple Lemonade for Summer

This pineapple lemonade is the perfect drink for summertime. It’s sweet, it’s fruity, and super refreshing! I can’t wait for you to try this recipe!

This is one of my favorite drinks to make. It’s a really simple recipe, and I know you’ll love it too!