Virgin Pina Colada | Non-Alcoholic Pina Colada

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We went on a vacation to Hawaii two years back and you already know it is a dream vacation/ honeymoon destination for many. The sun, the sand, the beach, the beautiful location…to me, everything is perfect about Hawaii. We went there to a beachside restaurant and there I tried Pina Colada, it was so refreshing, rich in taste and relaxing! ❤ And obviously, the way they serve you is so beautiful that you just can’t take your eyes off. 😀 I guess I still have that picture in my phone.
This is a two-ingredient Pina Colada recipe which hardly takes any time and is ready in a flash. I have made the alcohol free recipe, you can add it in if you want. I have added thick coconut milk here instead of cream of coconut and it tastes so great that I am sure you won’t miss your alcohol in it. 😉  You won’t need any fancy ingredient for this, just the basic two ingredients and you are good to go. This is my favorite and easy-peasy recipe to make on a hot day.
This is a cool and refreshing drink to make these summer season and the good part is you can serve this to kiddos too. Create a perfect rich in flavor, and refreshing Virgin Pina Colada and treat your family, friends, and guests. Or, grab a glass of this Virgin Pina Colada and enjoy at the beachside. Feel free to garnish with as much as pineapple chunks and cherries you want. 😀 Last year, I got these cute little umbrellas at the Dollar Store. 
Serves 4

  • 1 ½ Cup pineapple chunks
  • 1 Can of coconut milk
  • 1 Cup ice cubes
  • ½ Pineapple chunks, to garnish
  • Cherry, to garnish

Learn Recipe For Virgin Pina Colada | Non-Alcoholic Pina Colada
In a mixer jar, take pineapple chunks and coconut milk. Blend until pureed and smooth. Add the ice cubes and pulse for 30secs. Pour into glasses and garnish with fresh pineapple chunks and cherry. Serve immediately and enjoy. 🙂


  1. Jyoti, this is so nice. The Miami pictures are so nice and mouthwatering.
    My wife likes pinacolada. And I am going to make it for her.
    A little bit of alcohol in a cocktail is okay even for a teetotaller like me.
    Thank you Jyoti


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