Pineapple Margarita Mocktail

This pineapple margarita mocktail can be served at a party, a special occasion brunch, or even your daily lunch or breakfast. It is a fresh, easy-to-make, full of health benefits alcohol-free margarita.

three glasses of margarita mocktails


  • Pineapple. You can use frozen pineapple or fresh pineapple.
    • How to cut a pineapple? The easiest way to cut the pineapple is to cut the crown (the green leaves on top) and then cut the bottom part. Place the pineapple upright on a cutting board and, with a serrated knife, cut the peel from top to bottom. When it no longer has the skin on either side, place the pineapple horizontally on the cutting board and cut slices.
  • Ginger. Buy ginger that is firm and looks fresh.
    • How to peel ginger? You can peel it with a teaspoon, a vegetable peeler, or a knife. You can also wash it very well and not peel it.
pineapple margarita mocktail


  • Pineapple has many benefits, such as bromelain (an anti-inflammatory enzyme), fiber; it is good for the skin, it has powerful enzymes that help us to have better digestion, it gives us a boost in our immune system, and it can help us to recover easier after extreme exercise.
  • Ginger is a superfood. His powers have been documented everywhere. It’s good raw; it’s good in stews, in juices, in shots, really in everything. One of its best-known benefits is the anti-inflammatory power it has.
pineapple and ginger


This alcohol-free pineapple margarita is super easy to make and uses just three ingredients: pineapple, ginger, and coconut sugar. Coconut sugar is totally optional.

  • Blender. You put all the ingredients in the blender glass and turn it on until it is perfectly blended. You can use frozen pineapple or natural pineapple. This drink can be strained with a strainer or bag to make milk. Serve over ice.
  • Juice extractor. You pass the ingredients through the juicer (affiliate link) and serve with lots of ice in a glass prepared with the frosted edge.
💡How to frost the rim of the glass?

In a small plate, mix the sugar and a pinch of salt. You can put chili powder or any other spice that you like.

Cut a lime or lemon in half and pass one half around the rim of each glass.

Flip the glass over the plate with the sugar and salt and turn very slowly so that the mixture sticks.

I like to use coconut sugar because of the deep and rich flavor it has. I feel that in a very subtle way you can taste the coconut flavor and it makes this drink even more deliciuso. Pinapple, ginger with a hint of coconut… yum right? All of the right flavors in a glass.

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So here is the recipe for my pineapple margarita mocktail and I hope you like them as much as I do. If you make them please share the recipe and the blog and don’t forget to share your creations on Instagram or FB. Don’t forget to give it 5 stars.

pineapple margarita mocktail

Pineapple Margarita Mocktail

Alejandra Graf
This recipe for pineapple margarita mocktail is so delicious that it’s perfect for entertaining and so healthy that you could even have it for breakfast.
4.39 de 13 votos
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Course Drink
Cuisine Mexican vegan
Servings 4 people
Calories 133 kcal


  • 1 1-in. ginger piece
  • 4 cups pineapple, peeled and cubed
  • 4 cups water
  • 1/4 cup coconut sugar

For rim

  • 1 lemon cut in half
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 tablespoon coconut sugar


  • Blend ginger, pineapple, water, and coconut sugar until pureed. Pass through a fine sieve if you wish.
    Serve immediately over ice.
  • To prepare the rim. 
    Mix cocunut sugar and salt in a saucer. 
    Rub the halved lemon over the rim of each glass and then dip into the salt and coconut sugar.


Calories: 133kcalCarbohydrates: 35gProtein: 1gSodium: 185mgPotassium: 217mgFiber: 3gSugar: 25gVitamin A: 95IUVitamin C: 93.1mgCalcium: 36mgIron: 0.6mg
Keyword Mexican mocktail, pineapple margarita


Nutritional information of this recipe is only an estimate, the accuracy for any recipe on this site is not guaranteed.

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