Brazilian pineapple lime juice

So much food going on on the blog these days! Don’t worry, I still craft. To continue our celebration of the World Cup, I’ve collaborate with Karlee and Laura to bring you some delicious refreshers. Today it’s a pineapple juice that’s oh so delish. Brazilians LOVE their sucos (juices). In fact, my favorite one is an avocado juice. mmmmmm. 
recipes from Karlee Bronson


Materials needed.
blender, strainer, big bowl, serving container.


Cut off hard skin- it’s okay to leave a little brown spots.
Chop ½ pineapple into little chunks and put in blender.
Add 1 liter of water in blender.  Blend.
After done blending, grab bowl and pour mixed water and pineapple through strainer. (this is where you will get rid of those brown spots). Try to get as much juice strained as possible.
Add strained juice back into blender.
Add 2/3 cup of sugar (depending on how sweet you want your juice–add sugar to taste).
¾ cup lime juice
Add a few ice cubes (remember this will water the juice down)
If you’re feeling like mint- you can also blend a handful of washed mint to your juice to add a nice fresh kick).

Blend and serve!

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