Non-Alcoholic Pina Colada

Pina Coladas remind people of vacation or summer parties or even a nice celebratory lunch with your girlfriends. So delicious and rich in flavor that it goes with any mood. Feeling sad? Have a pina colada to cheer up or if you’re already happy and having a good time, it will add on to your good mood. Pina Coladas are Puerto Rico’s national drink. Pineapples and coconut cream come together with White rum and create a fantastic rollercoaster of a ride.

However, some are not a fan of alcohol all together whether for pregnancy, health conditions, previous addictions, religion or many other reasons. Well, not wanting to drink alcohol is no excuse for never tasting this delicious drink because we have some of the best non alcoholic pina colada recipes you will ever find out there.

Absolutely perfect for those summer parties or brunches when you prefer to stay sober. For when your friends are coming over with their kids for a playdate with their kids, you can also serve these non alcoholic pina coladas to the children. Since making these Pina Coladas alcoholic is as easy as just throwing a shot of White rum in them, you can make all of these recipes in bulk and put it in a massive pitcher to serve everyone; kids, adults who prefer alcohol and adults who don’t.

Just add a shot of rum into the glasses of the people who want the drink to be alcoholic and kill two birds with one stone. No separate pitchers for non alcoholic cocktails an kids drinks. All of your guests can enjoy the same drink without feeling ‘’othered’’. So, without further ado, here is a couple of non alcoholic Pina Colada recipes.

The Classic

The Classic Pina Colada is made using White rum, coconut cream, and pineapple juice. Pineapple slices are used as a garnish often and it is a summertime favorite for many many people. The only thing that differentiates from the alcoholic version is, non alcoholic pina colada doesn’t have rum in it. Everything else is the same! The recipe makes a great pineapple and coconut juice mix and a little garnish will make it super pretty.

Ingredients (Serves 1) :

  • Cream of Coconut- 4 oz
  • Pineapple Juice- 4 oz
  • Ice- 2 cups
  • For Garnish: 2 slices of pineapple, maraschino cherries

How to:

  • Blend the coconut cream and pineapple in a blender
  • Add ice and continue blending
  • Rim the cocktail glass with sugar or coconut flakes
  • Garnish with slices

Berry Pina Colada

With the alcohol gone, whats left is only coconut cream and pineapple juice. This recipe adds another flavor into the mix and, to be honest, makes the drink a little bit more fun. The texture of the drink becomes much thicker and it tastes like a nice smoothie. A great way to trick kids into eating fresh berries if they’re not the biggest fan and a great virgin cocktail for the people that watch their diets so won’t be having any alcohol. You can serve these in the mason jar looking glasses or long cocktail glasses with a little decorating umbrella.

Ingredients (Serves 1):

  • Cream of coconut- 4oz
  • Pineapple Juice- 4 oz
  • Fresh berries- 1 cup (choose from blueberries, strawberries, raspberries or blackberries)
  • Ice- 2 Cups
  • For Garnish: Sliced fresh berries

How to:

  • Blend the juices in a blender
  • Add the ice and blend until smooth
  • Add the berries and mix a little until the berries are chunky and chopped
  • Rim the glass with coconut flakes or Brown sugar
  • Garnish with sliced strawberries or top with whole blueberries or blackberries or raspberries

Non Alcoholic Pina Colada with a twist

This one is fort he nondrinkers on national Pina colada day. Adding a simple twist to the regular juices, this recipe uses matcha powder. Good for your skin, organ health and tastes super yummy. Absolutely fits in with the latest trend of adding matcha powder in everything and adds a little bit of an eastern touch to this western drink. You can serve it in any kind of glass but serve in a large wine glass, this drink looks just as good as it tastes. If you want to make his drink alcoholic, you can add a shot of Malibu or White rum in each serving.

Ingredients (Serves 1):

  • Simple syrup- 1 oz
  • Lime Juice- 0.5 oz
  • Coconut Milk- 1 oz
  • Pineapple Juice- 1 oz
  • Matcha Green Tea Powder- 1 Tsp

How to:

  • Blend all of the ingredients together
  • Serve in a wine glass
  • Garnish with a Lime Wedge

Banana Pina Colada

This is a sweet treat for any party. You can serve this beauty in a sundae glass and top it off with whipped cream and a cherry. The bananas will add a little bit more texture to the drink as well as adding a lot of fun. This drink also looks a lot like the regular Puerto Rican drink so no one will be able to tell a difference by just looking at it. Once they taste it, they will be asking you for the recipe. Especially since you can easily add a shot of White rum or spiced rum in it to ‘’spice’’ it up for the alcohol drinkers.

Ingredients (Serves 1):

  • Banana – ½
  • Sugar- 1tsp
  • Coconut Milk – 1.5 oz
  • Pineapple Juice- 1.5 oz
  • Ice cubes- 8-10
  • For garnish: whipped cream, sliced bananas(with the peel), cherry

How to:

  • Blend the liquids together in a blender
  • Add the banana and blend until smooth
  • Add the sugar
  • Add the ice and blend until smooth
  • Serve in a sundae glass and top it off with whipped cream and cherries

Enjoy any of these virgin cocktails during any time of the year with your friends and family. It will be a nice change from having a couple different drinks for your children guests and adult guests. These can all be made alcoholic by simply adding a shot of alcohol in each serving but believe us, they are delicious and fun enough on their own.