Refreshing Pineapple Lemonade! This easy Iced Pineapple Lemonade recipe is made in a high-speed blender with fresh pineapple, lemon juice, and ice.
During the summer nothing is better than lemonade or is there? We are huge fans of lemonade and love making this healthy twist on the traditional. With our Pineapple Lemonade there’s no added sugar, just the natural sweetness from the pineapple!
HOW TO MAKE PINEAPPLE LEMONADE
Wash and cut a pineapple.
Place the pineapple, lemon juice, and ice into the blender.
Blender until everything is smooth.
Pineapple is loaded with Vitamin C and Manganese. It also contains vitamins B6, B1, Fiber, Folate and Copper.
Just one cup of this tropical fruit is about 80 calories. It’s great for inflammation and bromelain makes it good for digestion.
There’s no need for any added sugar in our Pineapple Lemonade Recipe. The tart lemon gives you that traditional lemonade taste and the pineapple sugars mellow it out.
If you don’t like the tartness from regular lemons you can use the sweeter Meyer Lemons. We use small glass bottles if we’re serving to friends and family. If it’s just for us, we pour it into a large mason jar and drink it through a stainless steel straw or glass straw.
My favorite color is yellow and the color of this Pineapple Lemonade Recipe is so vibrant and exciting. Don’t you just love eating color?! I truly enjoy eating the rainbow.
If you can’t enjoy all of the pineapple lemonade you can freeze for later too!
- If you don’t want it too tart you can use 1 lemon instead of two or try Meyer lemons.
- Freeze any leftovers into lemonade popsicles!
Pineapple Lemonade Recipe
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- 1 pineapple chopped into pieces
- 1-2 lemons juiced
- 1 cup ice use more if you want it slushier
- Place the chopped pineapple, lemon juice, and ice into your blender.
- Blend until pineapple is liquified and ice is crushed.
The nutritional information is automatically calculated and can vary based ingredients and products used. If the nutrition numbers are important for you we recommend calculating them yourself.