Check out this healthier, refreshing Pineapple Passionfruit beverage

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While pineapple might have become the summer’s favorite flavor, not all pineapple beverages are equal. Although that sip can be quite refreshing, no one wants to overindulge. Why not shake up this refreshing Pineapple Passionfruit beverage at home and save both on calories and dollars spent.

This summer, pineapple has been everywhere. From beverages to recipes, that tropical flavor is filling the table. It isn’t that pineapple hasn’t always been tasty, it just seems that more people are enjoying it.

Although many people are craving the flavor, some people would prefer to keep their food choices balanced. Fruit can often be a healthy eating choice, but the extra sugar in a beverage can put it out of whack. Grabbing that beverage from the drive-thru might be convenient, but some people may prefer to avoid the unwanted extras.

Dole has a tasty solution that brings all the flavor that people crave yet has a nod to a healthier choice. Ready to sip on this refreshing beverage?

Dole’s Pineapple Passionfruit Summer “Refresh” Drink

Yield: Makes two 6-oz. servings at 60 calories each, or one 12-oz. serving at 120 calories.


  • 4 oz DOLE Pineapple (juice)
  • 1 oz passion fruit
  • 4 oz unsweetened coconut water
  • 3 oz unsweetened coconut milk


  • Combine these four ingredients in a blender and top with diced fresh and crumbled freeze dried pineapple (optional).

While this idea is a simple one, there are many ways to elevate it. Why not add a pineapple wedge for more fruit, a little umbrella for whimsy or even serve the beverage in a cored pineapple.

This idea goes to show that many popular beverages can be made at home. Whether it is a TikTok hack or copycat recipe, there are ways to satisfy that craving with a personal spin. Plus, it is more cost effective to make it in the home kitchen.

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What other refreshing beverages have you re-created on your own? Do they taste better from your own kitchen?