Pineapple Lime Coolers

 Made with only three ingredients, these Pineapple Lime Coolers are the perfect way to cool down in the summer! For an adult friendly version, add a touch of flavored liqueur. 
Have you guys seen Pinterest lately??
People have already started pinning pumpkin desserts, stews, and dishes.  All of these pins are just a reminder that summer is just about over with.
My children go back to school in t minus 3 weeks.  Eeeek!
This week, we will be shopping for school supplies and back to school clothes.
My daughter will be in third grade and my son will be first.  Seriously, where in the heck does the time go??  Anyway, that’s all for a different post.
As much as I have enjoyed this summer, a tiny part of me is ready for fall.  I’m ready to see the mountains change from green to orange…and I’m ready for the days to start getting shorter.
These Pineapple Lime Coolers will hold me over until then.  I rarely post beverage recipes on the blog so I figured I’d change that with this one.
Wanna know the best part about this drink–besides it tasting amazingly wonderful??
There’s only 3 ingredients in it!
YES…that’s what I wrote…3 ingredients.
I kid you not, I whipped these up in a total of 15 minutes this weekend.  It was that simple.
I let Husband Man taste them, as well as our kids and their friends.  The verdict was the same from all of them…delish.
These drinks are guaranteed to chase away the summer heat.  Make em’ for your clan and enjoy the last few weeks of the summer season 😉

Pineapple Lime Coolers

Made with only three ingredients, these Pineapple Lime Coolers are the perfect way to cool down in the summer! For an adult friendly version, add a touch of flavored liqueur.Serving Size: 1 cup 
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Serves: 2 and 1/2 cups
Calories Per Serving: 99


  • 6 oz. can of pineapple juice, chilled
  • 1 tbsp. fresh lime juice
  • 1 and 1/2 cups lemon-lime soda, chilled


  • In a pitcher, combine all of the above ingredients. Stir until well mixed and serve.

Libby's Notes

If you are making this for more then 3 people, make sure to double or triple the recipe. You can also use fresh lemon juice instead of lime. We preferred the lime 😉
Recipe Source: From the magazine, Taste of Home: Great American Cookout/2007


Calories: 99kcal
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  1. What a refreshing-looking drink! My son is going into 3rd grade too. The summer sure flew by. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Oh yum! This looks so good and sounds refreshing. I love how easy it is too. Pinning! Thanks for sharing!

    1. You are welcome for sharing! Thanks for the pin 😉

  3. I found this lovely recipe on the In and Out of the Kitchen link party and thought I’d stop by. I am currently doing a call out for no-bake recipes on my recipe link party, The Yuck Stops Here and would love it if you would bring this recipe and any of your other no-bake favorites to the party! This would certainly make a nice, alcohol free addition to the drink section! The party starts tonight (Tuesday) at 8pm ET and can be found on my blog, Hot Momma’s Kitchen Chaos. I hope to see you there! HUGS

    1. Thank you for the invite! Unfortunately, I think I missed the party 🙁 Let me know when there is another one though and I will link it up 🙂

  4. I'm not ready to start talking about fall yet! So this is a perfect recipe to help me hold onto summer for a little bit longer. Thank you for linking at the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope to see you again next week.

    1. You are welcome for linking up! I think I'm ready for the fall..but this drink does help with holding on to the little bit of summer we have left 😉

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