How to make Pineapple Syrup

Grab a fresh pineapple, and let’s have some fun!  


How to make Pineapple Syrup @createdbydiane



Homemade Pineapple Syrup

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Bring the delicious tropical flavor of fresh pineapple to ANYTHING..

well you may not be able to “tropical-ize” everything, but you can sure kick up lots of fun with this pineapple syrup!

Perfect for an ice cold glass of pineapple Lemonade, just drizzle some into a glass of lemonade and instantly transform it or TROPICAL-IZE it!

Any way you stir it….it’s delicious.

You will enjoy this on many more things than lemonade and the possibilities are endless.

It’s great over ice cream….and don’t forget to add a little coconut. I like mine toasted. Find out How to Toast Coconut in the oven HERE, it come out perfect!

Drizzle some over your morning waffles…ice cream on top of it all it good too. I love ice cream for breakfast and it still drives my dad crazy! I can’t tell you how many times I’ve ordered waffles A la Mode for breakfast!

And this will be delicious poured over a SNOW CONE too!

cutting a pineapple


I just love the pineapple corers for the ease of coring, slicing pineapples.

coring a pineapple @createdbydiane

see how easy, no awkward cutting and trying to remove those pokey pieces form the pineapple, coring it avoids the outer edge.

This tool makes it so easy, I actually buy more pineapples now that I have it.
OXO makes great products. I included the link to it.


How to make Pineapple Syrup


  • 1 cup fresh pineapple juice cut pineapple, press the pineapple through a find strainer to get the juice out
  • 1 cup sugar


  • Boil the pineapple juice and sugar for 2 minutes.
  • remove from stove and place in a sealed container and keep in fridge. I like glass jars best.
  • The syrup will thicken a little as it cools.



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  1. uh….have you really tried to “press the pineapple through a find strainer to get the juice out”?

    1. Yes, one it’s heated it not that difficult and you don’t need to go crazy, just press it gently. If you have a food mill you can use it as well.

  2. Ca we do it without so much sugar….our pinapples R so sweet right now it is amazing. I got a cup of juice by just cutting it up & placing in a container in the fridg. I also burned my mouth sampling the little pieces & chewing on the core. (Special treate as a child)

    1. The water and the sugar being boiled it what creates the syrup, if not it’s just juice with water added. You can try adding less it just won’t thicken like a syrup, but you can still use it in drinks and such.

  3. Curious if this needs to be refrigerated? I’d love to try this and bring it backpacking as a water flavorer instead of chemical-laden powder mixes. #ihatestevia #ihatesucralose

    1. I think it would be ok unrefrigerated short term, but long term it will last longer refrigerated. It does not have any preservatives so if it starts to “turn” bad discontinue using it.

    2. You might look into making a “shrub”. It is fruit, water, and honey. No refrigeration required.

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