Make a non-alcoholic Caribbean Crush and get into a serious coconut and pineapple mood. The tropical flavor of this drink is enhanced by serving in a hurricane glass. Add a little pineapple for a garnish and you have a drink that recalls the warm breezes of the Caribbean islands.
Things You'll Need
- 1 cup of canned pineapple chunks
- 1 cup of coconut milk
- 2 tablespoons lime juice
- 3 cups of ginger ale
- 2 cups of ice, cubed
- 4 hurricane glasses
- Pineapple wedges
- Cocktail straws
- Lime juice
- Ginger ale
- Coconut milk
- Canned pineapple
- Hurricane glasses
Get a blender ready for use.
Drain a can of pineapple chunks and then measure out a cup of fruit. Toss the pineapple chunks into the blender.
Add the coconut milk and lime juice. Give the ingredients a quick blend.
Pour in the ginger ale and ice cubes. Chop everything until the ice is completely pulverized and smooth.
Pour into hurricane glasses. Garnish with a pineapple wedge.
Stick two cocktail straws into the glass and enjoy immediately.
Tips & Warnings
- Condensed milk can be used in place of the coconut milk, but you made need to add a little sugar to the mixture (to taste). If you are using canned pineapple, add the juice you drained of the fruit rather than sugar.
- A hurricane glass is a short-stemmed glass with a tall, rounded bowl that flares out at the top. It is used for many tropical or fruity drinks.
- Make sure to cover the blender before using the higher speed settings.
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