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FutureStarrPina Colada Recipe
A tropical blend of rich coconut cream, white rum, and tangy pineapple – serve with an umbrella for kitsch appeal.
When it comes to frozen cocktails, the piña colada is up there! It’s got those nostalgic 1990’s chain restaurant vibes, and it’s hard to find a resort that doesn’t have one on the menu. But did you know it’s actually a classic cocktail invented in the 1950s? It’s gotten so popular that most restaurant versions stray far from the essence of the real thing. So what ingredients are really in this tropical frozen mixed drink? Here’s how to make a piña colada…the real way! It’s so full of sophisticated, intriguing flavor that it will become your go-to. (It is here!)
The best classic Piña Colada recipe (pineapple coconut drink). The original recipe consists of only 4 ingredients but there are still many Piña Colada recipes on the internet. They call for different ingredients from pineapple juice to fresh pineapple, different kinds of rum, cream of coconut or coconut milk, and different ingredient ratios. I’ve tried many recipes before finding my favorite one. My Piña Colada is refreshing, not overly sweet, and tastes distinctly like coconut and pineapple. We love it and we could drink it all summer long! (Source: www.everyday-delicious.com)
BLENDER Pina Colada (Frozen Pina Colada – this version is served more often in restaurants) – add all ingredients into a blender container and blitz until almost smooth. Blender Pina Colada will have a slushie/smoothie consistency. You can also use a good immersion (hand) blender to mix the ingredients.
Velvety-smooth texture and a taste of the tropics are what this tropical drink delivers. The easy-to-make drink can be mixed and chilled ahead of time. When ready to serve, just blend for a creamy and delicious beverage. —Linda Schend, Kenosha, Wisconsin (Source: www.tasteofhome.com)
Many people believe that the ultimate summer drink is the pina colada. It is believed to be originated by Ernest Hemingway, who claimed that drinking them was what took him to the Caribbean. Today, the drink is often made with coconut milk, pineapple juice, rum, and cola typically hailing from various parts of Latin America. One might think that pina Coladas are for the hot summers; however, this is not true. They are also eaten year-round.