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Pineapple Strawberry Mojito Mocktail is a refreshingly light beverage with the right balance of fizz and fruity goodness. If you love a good mojito beverage, you will love this expertly crafted non-alcoholic version!

Strawberry and Pineapple Mojitos are easy to whip up in no time! Just a handful of ingredients and a few minutes and you’re on your way to delicious refreshment!

Strawberry Pineapple Mojito Mocktail in a tall glass, garnished with a fresh strawberry.
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I really love the flavors of a well-crafted mojito and this recipe does not disappoint. In fact, I keep coming up with new mocktail recipes and variations to change them up and appeal to all.

To keep them available for the entire family to enjoy, try this twist on my traditional Mojito Mocktail Recipe. And there are so many more mocktails you can enjoy in every season of the year. In the summer I like to make up a batch of Cherry Coolers to sip by the pool.

Ready to craft a deliciously fun mocktail? Check out more of my non-alcoholic drinks.

Why This Recipe Works

  • Well-balanced– There is an art to crafting a really good mocktail. It is not merely the cocktail sans alcohol, this one has the perfect balance of flavors.
  • Fancy– Everyone loves a fun drink in a fun glass.
  • Easy to Make-Simple to prepare, but they look like they take real effort!

Key Ingredients

Ingredients for Strawberry Pineapple Mojito Mocktail: ice, sparkling water, pineapple, strawberries, lime, mint, sugar, and rum extract.
  • Pineapple- Fresh pineapple offers the best flavor!
  • Strawberries- Freshly picked or from the local farmers’ market is my preference (when in season, of course). You can substitute with frozen strawberries if there are no fresh berries insight. Just be sure to thaw them first.
  • Mint Leaves- You can find bunches of mint leaves in the produce section. Or, if you grow it, it multiplies like crazy.
  • Lime- Fresh squeezed is best, I don’t recommend bottled.
  • Sugar- You can substitute honey, simple syrup, or a sugar substitute like Truvia, or Swerve if you prefer. Make sure to check a conversion chart if subbing.
  • Rum Extract- optional, but adds a little rum flavor.
  • Sparkling Water- I make my own with a Sodastream, but store-bought sparkling water is fine too. Use unflavored water.

How to Make Strawberry Pineapple Mojitos

This is an overview of the instructions, be sure to see the recipe card for all the details.

4 image collage showing how to make a strawberry pineapple mojito: 1-add fruit and mint to glass; 2-muddle fruit; 3-add sugar, rum extract, ice, and sparkling water; 4-stir and garnish.
  1. Place chunks of pineapple, sliced strawberries, and mint leaves in the glass. Squeeze the fresh lime wedge and toss the lime in the glass. Add sugar.
  2. Muddle  use a muddler to press on the fruit in the glass until it is broken down and have released juices. If you don’t have a muddle, use the handle end of a wooden spoon.
  3. Add the ice and the rum extract if using. Top the glass off with sparkling water.
  4. Finally, garnish the glasses with mint leaves, lime wedges, strawberries, or a pineapple wedge for each.

Could you get any fancier? I think not!

Expert Tips

  • Instead of single servings, you can easily batch this drink to serve at a gathering of friends and family. In the recipe card, change the number of servings (slider bar) and make it in a pitcher instead.
  • If you’re not partial to the rum flavor of the mocktail, you can leave the rum extract out.
  • To make it a cocktail, use 1 1/2 ounces of white rum in place of the rum extract.
  • If you don’t have a muddler, the handle of a wooden spoon works just as well.
  • Fresh fruit works best, but you can use frozen if needed. Thaw them first. After thawing they are a softer consistency and a little more watery. Still tasty!

If you want something to munch on with your mocktail, try these Candied Pecans, BLT salad on a stick, or get a little fancier yet with Grilled Brie and crackers.

Muddled strawberries, pineapple and mint topped with sparkling water in a clear tall glass.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a mocktail?

A mocktail is a cocktail without alcohol– but it requires a delicate balance. Recipes contain delicious flavors such as fruit juice, tea, kombucha, sodas, or infused waters.

What is your favorite mocktail recipe?

That is a hard question. My Easy Mocktail Recipes are all so tasty! So, I suppose it depends on the season. I adore mojitos in the summertime. And when the weather cools, I crave a Gingersnap Steamer. But honestly, I like them all!

Why choose a mocktail over a cocktail?

If you are the designated driver for a fun evening out, this is a great way to stay involved and stay sober. Then “fancy drinks” are fun for the whole family- no one feels left out. And of course, there are those that prefer not to drink. Easy mocktails are good for anyone.

Can you use Sprite or 7-UP in your Pineapple Strawberry and Mojito Mocktail?

Sure you can, but it will make a sweeter drink. You may want to leave the sugar out.

Storing and Freezing the Mojito Mocktail Recipe

This recipe is best served fresh and immediately. But here is an idea if you simply must make it ahead.

Make-ahead idea: Make the muddled mixture and place servings in an ice cube tray and freeze. Then the next time you want a cool and fruity beverage, you can take out a cube, place it in the glass and add the sparkling water! As it melts the flavor is released.

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Strawberry Pineapple Mojito in a tall clear glass with ice, garnished with a fresh strawberry.

Strawberry Pineapple Mojito Mocktail

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Course: Beverage
Cuisine: Mexican
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 1
Calories: 55kcal
Cost: $3

Equipment

Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons pineapple cut into chunks
  • 1-2 strawberries sliced (medium size)
  • 5-6 fresh mint leaves
  • ½ lime cut into 4 wedges
  • 1/2 tablespoon white sugar you can add 1/2 tbsp. More if you prefer sweeter
  • 1/2- 1 cup ice cubes
  • 1 ½ teaspoons rum extract
  • 12 ounces sparkling water

Instructions

  • Place mint leaves, pineapple, and strawberries into a glass.
  • Use a muddler to crush the mint, pineapple and strawberries, until desired consistency is reached.
  • Add sugar and the juice from 1-2 limes wedges. Muddle again. Do not strain the mixture.
  • Add ice, filling the glass almost to the top. Pour the rum extract over the ice, and then top off with sparkling water.
  • Stir, taste, and add more sugar if desired.
  • Garnish lime wedge and/or strawberry and pineapple.

Notes

  • You can substitute honey for the sugar, or a zero calorie sweetener such as Swerve or Truvia. Make sure to check a conversion chart.
  • Make it a cocktail! Use 1 1/2 ounces of white rum in place of the rum extract.
  • If you’re not partial to the rum flavor of the mocktail, you can leave the rum extract out completely.

Nutrition

Calories: 55kcal | Carbohydrates: 15g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 0.2g | Saturated Fat: 0.02g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 0.02g | Sodium: 92mg | Potassium: 120mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 10g | Vitamin A: 248IU | Vitamin C: 33mg | Calcium: 57mg | Iron: 1mg
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