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Home / Food / Frozen Piña Colada Cocktail Recipe

Frozen Piña Colada Cocktail Recipe

The piña colada is a standard blended beverage and one that you can serve blended or shaken. Regardless, it’s an exceptional drink with the famous sort of pineapple and coconut supported by your favored rum. In the domain of tropical blended beverages, it’s really extraordinary and it’s amazingly better when you make it without any planning.


The equation is impossibly fundamental, requiring just a few customary fixings. Fling it all in the blender, give it a better than average turn, and you will have the freshest piña colada possible. After the fundamental taste, you’ll kick yourself for consistently buying a piña colada mix.

At the point when you discover the marvel of a set piña colada, endeavor the shaken version (it’s a lot less complex). You can similarly change the rum out from alcohol and value a kappa colada. In case you maintain a strategic distance from the liquor all things considered, you’ll have yourself a coco colada. In any case you mix it up, this is presumably the best drink of summer.


2 ounces​ white rum

1 ounce ​​pineapple juice

1 ounce ​​cream of coconut

1/4 ounce ​​lime juice (new)

1/2 cups ice

Cutting: maraschino cherry

Cutting: pineapple wedge

Steps to Make It


478x640_acAmass the fixings.

Blend all of the fixings in with ice until wonderful and smooth.

Fill a chilled ocean storm glass.

Cutting with a cherry and pineapple wedge. Stick the cherry to the pineapple with a blended beverage stick to make an improvement known as a “flag.”

Serve and appreciate!

Better than a Piña Colada Mix?

It’s unfathomably easy to get one of the many bundled piña colada mixes available. For what reason would you have to issue with this equation when it’s great there in a singular compartment? As an issue of first significance, four fixings are barely a great deal to ask. Besides, you have to consider the natural saying that fresh is perfect.

A critical number of the piña colada mixes you find at the liquor store leave a lot to be needed with respect to season. They are routinely stacked up with counterfeit fixings and added substances to ensure they can sit on the rack for a significant long time on the double (if not longer). Why subject yourself to that when it’s likewise as easy to get two or three conservative fixings so you understand what you’re drinking?

By causing the drink without any planning you to can pick your degrees and have greater authority over the taste. Potentially you have to hurl some new chunks of pineapple into the blender or use a coconut rum and to some degree less cream.

With an equation like this, you can choose those choices and produce a predominant tasting, progressively reasonable refreshment uniquely crafted to your very own taste. What’s more, with a piña colada mix, you’re left with that one drink. In case you buy cream of coconut and pineapple press freely, an entirely unexpected once-over of blended beverages is accessible to you.

The Story of the Piña Colada


download (5)The story goes that the piña colada was made in 1954 by Ramon “Monchito” Marrero Perez. At the time, he was a bartender at the Beachcomber Bar in the Caribe Hilton of San Juan, Puerto Rico. His arrangement was to get the kind of the tropics in a glass and he made a splendid appearing.

Throughout the following decades, the blended beverage was acknowledged by means of Caribbean explorers who brought accounts of it home. In any case, it was not until the appearance of Rupert Holmes’ 1979 hit song, “Flight,” that the refreshment took off in universality. Do whatever it takes not to see the title? It is also called, fittingly, “The Piña Colada Song.” If you need a token of it, essentially stop by karaoke night and you’re for all intents and purposes sure to hear it.



1/2 cup ice

1/2 cup diced pineapple, set

2 ounces pineapple juice

2 ounces Coco Lopez coconut cream

1/2 ounces white rum

1 ounce dull rum

Pineapple cuts

About Fiaz Amir

Fiaz Amir is a professional Blogger and a cook as well. He is working in Food Factory as Head Cook since 2015. I love to read and write about Food Recipes. I always try latest New dishes which can be easily made at Home.

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