Sweeten Up July 4th With A Frozen Pineapple Breezer Cocktail!

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Hey All!

Summer is finally here and July 4th is just around the corner. On the fourth we love to do the all American thing and have a little make shift BBQ at home. We’re not ones to go out on that day since the traffic can get crazy on any holiday here in Los Angeles. We like to hang out at home and watch the fire works on tv and outside on our balcony. There is always fireworks that we can see near our neighborhood. It’s nice to spend some time with your family and hanging out on a beautiful July night while sipping some nice cold drinks to toast to America.

This year we’ll be sipping on some Frozen Pineapple Breezer Cocktails! I’m obsessed with pineapples and I prefer cold frozen drinks that are sweet. This drink has the best of both worlds as it works great as an alcoholic cocktail, but you could also make it as a non-alcoholic mocktail as well.  To cut down on the calories in my drinks, I use Sweet ‘N low zero calorie sweeteners. This is how I’m sweetening up my 4th of July with Sweet ‘N Low.

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If you’d like to sip on some Frozen Pineapple Breezers as well you’ll need the following:

  • 1 Whole Pineapple Cut and Frozen. It’s about 1 and a half cups of frozen pineapples I believe.
  • 2 Cups of Sparkling Blood Orange Italian Soda
  • 1 Cup of Rum
  • 1 Cup of Ice
  • And 3-4 packets of Sweet ‘N Low depending on how sweet you’d like to make your drinks.

The measurements of each can be adjusted to how many people you’re making the drinks for. And of course to make the non-alcoholic version you’ll just leave out the rum. Both ways are very tasty!

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First you pour the ice, frozen pineapple, rum, and blood orange soda into a blender. You then pour in your packets of Sweet ‘N Low sweetener one by one. I like to pour in two packets and then blend. And if it’s not sweet enough I’ll add one or two packets more for a total of 4 packets of sweetener max.

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For this batch that I recently made to practice for July 4th I only used 3 packets of Sweet ‘N Low.

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Make sure it’s all blended well in your blender and then pour into a pitcher and serve in ice cold glasses. You can put your glasses in the freezer for an extra cold touch to your Frozen Pineapple Breezers. I like using Sweet ‘N Low as it helps reduce calories in drink recipes and being on my summer diet that is very helpful! I have 2o pounds to lose folks and I’m going to do it! Sweet ‘N Low is diabetic friendly and it allows you to enjoy the sweetness you love without the extra calories. Perfect for me as I have a major sweet tooth.

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I can enjoy lovely cocktails like this (in moderation of course) and not have to feel too guilty for enjoying them. And remember folks only make alcoholic versions for adults 21 and over this July 4th. And be sure to NEVER drink and drive!

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Make this fun and easy to make frozen pineapple goodness this July 4th and enjoy the fireworks. It’s so frozen and thick you could even eat it with a spoon. Yum!

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Cheers to America and another great holiday where I can enjoy sipping on tasty sweet drinks like these.

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