Is there anything more refreshing than a tall glass of freshly squeezed lemonade? Probably not! Pineapple Lemonade punch is the only thing that comes to mind! This amazing beverage may become your all-time favorite drink and will make you the talk of the party!
It’s just 4 simple ingredients, so easy to whip up and definitely a crowd-pleaser!
Lemons and Pineapple Make the Perfect Combo!
As a little girl, I remember my mommy preparing dishes for potlucks she would have at work, but the funny thing is that they called them pitch–ins. I had so much fun helping her prepare dishes for the pitch–ins and would also love that she would bring home some yummy food from the other teachers.
With all of the experiences I had as a little girl, I feel like I was born a Potluck Queen. I love creating wonderful dishes and beverages with love just like my mommy did when I was a little girl.
February is full of different holidays that give you the opportunity to have a great potluck. I am excited to be a part of the virtual Black History Potluck along with 27 other amazing food bloggers.
You can’t have a good potluck without a party punch. I am bringing Pineapple Lemonade punch to the potluck. When I say this drink is good, it is definitely good!
Don’t You Just Want to Take a Sip?
Quick and Easy Pineapple Lemonade Recipe
It only takes a few minutes to make this Pineapple Lemonade punch drink. I enjoy making a pitcher for my family or a larger batch for a crowd. Parties, gatherings, potlucks, and BBQs are always a big hit with this game.
This pineapple lemonade punch drink is one of my very favorite drinks to serve when hosting a get-together. Not only is it simple, but it looks super cute in mason jars with pineapple slices on the rim!
Pineapple Lemonade Ingredients
This recipe only calls for three ingredients! Super simple and straightforward! You can also easily adjust the quantity of ingredients based on the number of people you’re serving.
Pineapple: For this recipe, you need pineapple juice and some pineapple chunks. Fresh or canned pineapple chunks work.
Lemon: Freshly squeezed lemon juice makes the best lemonade! If you don’t have any fresh lemons on hand, you can use store-bought lemon juice. However, I prefer that you add some lemon chunks to the pitcher to give the juice a kick.
Lemonade: Country Time lemonade is great, but homemade lemonade is also delicious.
Sprite: I love some bubbles in my lemonade, but you can use still water if you prefer. The sparkling water should be added just before serving if you make this lemonade ahead of time.
A Healthy Dose of Vitamin C
Pineapple Lemonade Punch Ingredients
Country Time Lemonade
How to Make Pineapple Lemonade
- First, mix all ingredients in a 2-quart pitcher and fill with water.
- Next, cut the lemon in half and squeeze half into the pitcher. The remaining half will be sliced and added to the pitcher.
- You can add Sprite or Ginger Ale to make it a punch!
A Refreshing and Tart Drink
Frequently Asked Questions
Lemonade that has been continuously refrigerated lasts for about 7-10 days. If the lemonade develops an off smell, flavor, or appearance, it should be thrown away.
Pineapple lemonade packs many vitamins and nutrients that promote a healthy heart and immune system.
Frozen pineapple will also work if you cannot find fresh pineapple. You can blend it from frozen or let it thaw.
You can use canned pineapple chunks if fresh pineapple is not available.
Using a microwave and then rolling your lemons/limes against your counter will help you extract as much juice as possible from the fruit. Microwave heat will cause the fruit’s cells to burst. As a result, the fruit will be juicier.
- Freeze pineapple juice in ice cube trays and use them instead of regular ice cubes so that your lemonade will not be watered down.
- You can use leftover pineapple lemonade to make delicious fruity popsicles by pouring it into popsicle molds.
- You could add a variety of other fruits to this mixture to make a delectable fruity lemonade. One of my favorite combinations is pineapple-strawberry lemonade. Other berries, such as peaches and passionfruit, work well.
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Pineapple Lemonade BHM Potluck
- 1 lemon
- 2 quarts Country Time Lemonade
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 8 ounces can pineapple chunks
- 1 6 ounces can pineapple juice
- First, mix all ingredients in a 2 quart pitcher and fill with water.
- Next, cut the lemon in half and squeeze half in the pitcher.
- Slice the remaining half and them to the pitcher.
- To prevent watering down of your lemonade, freeze pineapple juice in ice cube trays and use them as ice cube substitutes.
- Pouring leftover pineapple lemonade into popsicle molds will allow you to create delectable fruity popsicles.
- To add some punch, add Sprite or Ginger Ale!