Ditch the regular ol’ O.J.! Refreshing and bright, a Pineapple Orange Fizzy just sings brunch. This gorgeous, but simple recipe comes together in a flash right in the pitcher you plan to serve it in!
What You Need to Make Pineapple Orange Fizzy
- pineapple concentrate
- pineapple juice
- orange juice
- ginger ale
- strawberries & mint for garnish
Perfect for Easter, showers, Mother’s Day, graduation parties and more, there are plenty of opportunities to serve Pineapple Orange Fizzies.
And since they’re so pretty (and easy to make), your guests are going to love these little sips of sunshine just as much as you’re going to love serving them!
Pineapple Orange Fizzy
A bright and refreshing citrus pineapple drink with just the right amount of fizz for brunch!Print Pin Rate
- 12 oz frozen pineapple concentrate
- 3 C pineapple juice
- 2 C orange juice
- 1 L ginger ale
- 1 medium lime
- mint leaves
- Add first 4 ingredients to large pitcher. Squeeze the juice from the lime into the pitcher. Make sure to remove any seeds. Stir well, until all of the concentrate melts and mixes in. Serve with ice or chilled.
- Garnish if desired.
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WHEN YOU SAY LARGE GINGER ALE DO YOU MEAN 16 0Z OR 2 LITER, I’M IN THE U.S.A. AND WE MEASURE BY THE OZ NOT SMALL MEDIUM OR LARGE
Hi, JR! I am also in the US. 1 L is the abbreviation for 1 Liter. I hope this helps!
Hi! This looks delicious, I am going to serve this for Easter brunch. Will the ginger ale lose its carbonation after stirring all the ingredients?
This happy drink will be bright and fizzy all through brunch and even afterwards. It won’t lose its carbonation, or “go flat” until late that day or the next day- pretty much like an carbonated drink that’s been left opened. I hope you enjoy it and have a wonderful Easter brunch!
Truly tasty, and I’m not a punch kind of girl!
Hi, Darby! Yay! I am so glad!! Thank you!