Non-alcoholic pineapple mojito prepared using fresh pineapples and fresh grape juice. It is healthy and naturally sweetened. Also, low in calories compared to store bought processed drinks. As it is a non-alcoholic drink, kids will also enjoy it.
As summer is approaching, I am really excited to try out different drink recipes. A few days back, I had shared a non-alcoholic strawberry sangria and peach lemonade recipes. Take a look, you may find it interesting.
And, today I am going to share with you guys yet another non-alcoholic version of this popular drink known as a mojito. Usually, the mojito is prepared using white rum. However, I used grape juice instead of rum in this non-alcoholic version. If you are looking for alcoholic free drink recipes, then I am sure you will enjoy this mojito.
I really love this drink…it is…
- easy to prepare
- naturally sweetened
- loaded with fresh fruit flavors
How is this pineapple mojito healthy?
This pineapple mojito is healthy because it is …
- naturally sweetened and does not contain refined sugar
- prepared using fresh pineapple and fresh grape juice. Therefore, it is nutritious.
Non-Alcoholic Pineapple Mojito
- 4-5 pieces of 1-2″ pineapple pieces
- 4-5 leaves fresh mint
- 1 tablespoon lime juice
- ½ cup chilled grape juice (if possible freshly prepared at home)
- ½ cup chilled sparkling water or soda
- 1 teaspoon agave (optional to adjust sweetness)
- ice cubes to serve
- few lime slices to garnish
- In a small mixing bowl, add pineapple pieces and muddle them using the back of a wooden spatula for a couple of mins or until all pineapple pieces have broken into small pieces. Then, add mint leaves and again muddle for a few seconds to just bruise the leaves and release the essential flavors.
- Transfer the muddled mixture into a serving glass. Add ice cubes followed by grape juice, lime juice, sparkling water or soda.
- Adjust sweetener if necessary. Give it a gentle mix, add couple of lime slices and enjoy a glass of pineapple mojito this summer
- To prepare fresh grape juice, blend 1 cup of fresh grapes with ¼ cup of drinking water. Then using strainer strain the juice. It will give you 1 cup of fresh grape juice.