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Frozen Pineapple Daiquiri Cocktail

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I am so excited to bring you a new series this summer and I know you are going to love it too.  Starting today I will be sharing 6 weeks of summer cocktails along with a number of other bloggers.  That means every Saturday you can find new cocktail recipes for your summer celebrations right here, starting with this frozen pineapple daiquiri cocktail.  The recipe for this light and refreshing cocktail is below, along with delicious creations from my fellow bloggers.  Enjoy, and cheers to summer!

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Frozen pineapple daiquiri recipe

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I took my frozen drink skills up a notch this year with a new Ninja blender.  I thought my old blender made good smoothies, a few ice chunks and some pieces of fruit were typical in at home smoothies, I seriously did not know what I was missing.  My husband bought me a Ninja that I swore I didn’t need….until the first time I used it.  My smoothies are actually smooth now!  Like restaurant quality smooth and so good.  My Ninja has 3 blades and various settings to properly mix and blend any kind of drink.  

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Ok, enough about my Ninja, let’s talk about this daiquiri.  I used 3 ingredients for a simple drink that is so refreshing and will make the perfect addition to your summer day. 

Frozen Pineapple Daiquiri

I started with frozen pineapple, a tropical juice blend and white rum.  I blended all the ingredients until smooth and served with a wedge of fresh pineapple. 

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This ratio of 2 parts frozen fruit and 1 part juice works well for any frozen drink.  Substitute peaches, strawberries, or a blend of whatever fruit is in your freezer.  You can even leave the rum out and make this a family friendly drink. 

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Frozen Pineapple Daiquiri Cocktail

Yield: 2
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

A smooth frozen tropical cocktail for summer.


  • 2 cups Frozen pineapple chunks
  • 1 cup Tropical juice
  • 2-3 ounces white rum
  • 1 wedge fresh pineapple for garnish


Add frozen pineapple, juice and rum to a blender and blend until smooth. Pour into 2 glasses and top each with a wedge of pineapple.  

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Nutrition Information:
Yield: 2 Serving Size: 1 glass
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 375Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 79mgCarbohydrates: 81gFiber: 4gSugar: 74gProtein: 2g

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Wednesday 27th of June 2018

[…] are sure to find something you want to try.  Be sure to take a  look at last week’s cocktails […]

Michelle from Weekend Craft

Tuesday 12th of June 2018

I love my ninja too! Makes great smoothies and cocktails. This looks delicious perfect for when it gets hot to sip on my patio!

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