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Frozen Pineapple Mocktail [non-alcoholic]

This Frozen Pineapple Mocktail is the perfect refreshing non-alcoholic option for spring & summer. With a grown-up taste it’s easy to make for a crowd for a party, and don’t worry – your kids will love it too. With pineapple, passion fruit, ginger, lime & soda water this is a drink you’ll be sipping all summer long!

top down view of three frozen pineapple mocktails
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The latest addition to my rapidly increasing archive of delicious mocktails is the first frozen one, and I promise it will make you long for summer. With summery flavors like pineapple, passion fruit & lime it’s almost slush-like in consistency and topped of with a dash of sparkling water for that extra sparkle I know you love as much as me.

As with most of my mocktails, this is a healthy one with no added sugar (just like the oh-so-popular Cucumber Collins). Thanks to the pineapple it’s still sweet, but with a dash of ginger to prolong the flavor and give it a more grown-up taste. Call it a slushie, a nice cream, or a mocktail – either way you spin it, this will be my go-to for the warm season this year.

side view of a frozen pineapple mocktail

Why this recipe works

  • It’s so quick & easy to make with just a blender
  • And it’s easy to make for a crowd
  • Perfect to make with frozen pineapple and passion fruit – which is both cheaper and easier to keep on hand than the fresh versions
  • Sweetness from pineapple
  • An added flavor dimension from passion fruit
  • Ginger prolongs the taste and makes it more mocktail than slushie
  • Soda water adds a touch of sparkle and brings home the whole “frozen mocktail not slushie” point even more
side view of a frozen pineapple mocktail

How to make a frozen pineapple mocktail

To make this mocktail, start by adding frozen pineapple, passion fruit, lime juice and ginger shot to a high-powered blender. Mix and add a little water if needed to get the blender to work well. But don’t add too much, or you risk some of the pieces not blending well.

Add more water as needed, and when all is well blended into a nice icey slush add the remaining water and give a quick mix in the blender. Then pour into glasses, and top off with soda water. Serve immediately, and feel the summer vibes overwhelm you!

side view of a frozen pineapple mocktail

Frozen Pineapple Mocktail

5 from 5 votes
Print Rate
Course: beverages, Cocktails, Drinks, Mocktails
Cuisine: European
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 3 mocktails
Calories: 115kcal


  • 4 dl frozen pineapple
  • 1 dl frozen passion fruit
  • 2 limes juiced
  • 0.5 dl ginger shot
  • 2 dl cold water divided
  • 0.5 dl soda water


  • Add all ingredients except soda water and plain water to a highpowered blender. Mix well, and add a dash of water as needed – but just as much as is needed to get your blender to work well.
  • When everything is mixed together well and all the pineapple and passion fruit pieces are completely crushed, add the rest of the water and mix quickly.
  • Pour into glasses and top with soda water. Serve immediately!
Nutrition Facts
Frozen Pineapple Mocktail
Amount Per Serving
Calories 115 Calories from Fat 9
% Daily Value*
Fat 1g2%
Saturated Fat 1g6%
Sodium 20mg1%
Potassium 307mg9%
Carbohydrates 30g10%
Fiber 7g29%
Sugar 18g20%
Protein 2g4%
Vitamin A 524IU10%
Vitamin C 87mg105%
Calcium 36mg4%
Iron 1mg6%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Nutritional information is approximate and automatically calculated, and should only be viewed as an indication.

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