Grilled Pineapple Hibiscus Coolers

Grilled Pineapple Hibiscus Coolers

Before I do anything else, I just want to say how pretty these crystal tumblers are from #JoyJolt glassware! All of my glassware is either from Walmart or Goodwill (I’m not even kidding!) so I feel very grown-up with these pretty glasses! And they most definitely showcase this recipe for Grilled Pineapple Hibiscus Coolers perfectly!

 

This #summergrilling post has been sponsored by Torani Syrups and JoyJolt Glassware #ad

All opinions are my own!

 

Grilling can be so versatile and gives foods such a distinct flavor. And you can grill just about anything! It’s not just about hot dogs and hamburgers. I’ve grilled pizza, fruits, desserts, corn on the cob. You name it, I’ve tried it! Because I hate to heat up my kitchen in the peak of summer, when temps are soaring into the 90’s and 100’s! Don’t you?

While I was in Mexico recently, I found a popular drink there called Hibiscus tea. They call the flower a Jamaica, like the island. It’s brightly colored and turns your tea a beautiful deep purple color. They serve it as a non-alcoholic drink, which is great for me, who is allergic to alcohol! I drank glass after glass of it while in Mexico and I’m sure it will become a common occurrence this summer as well! It’s got such a great, tart flavor! It reminds me sort of a cranberry. Though Mexicans add tons of sugar to their drink in order to sweeten it up! When I saw on Torani’s website that they had a hibiscus flavored syrup, I knew right then that I had to have it! Paired with JoyJolt’s gorgeous glassware (check out the Stella glasses, featured below, here), this cooler will definitely add class to your summer barbecues! You can check out all of Torani’s syrup flavors HERE. Also, check out Torani’s newest addition to their flavor line up: Candied Sesame and Pistachio! They’ll definitely give a #toraniflavor boost to any drink or dish! 

Grilled Pineapple Hibiscus Coolers

Ingredients

  • 1 pineapple cored, peeled, and thickly sliced
  • 1/4 cup Torani Hibiscus Syrup
  • 8 oz seltzer Can use flavored if desired

Instructions

  1. Preheat grill to 450 degrees.

  2. Place pineapple slices on preheated grill. Grill both sides 3-4 minutes each or until nicely browned. Remove from grill and cool.

  3. In JoyJolt Highball glasses, add ice or frozen pineapple chunks to glass.

  4. Top ice with seltzer water.

  5. Add 2-3 tablespoons of Torani syrup to each glass. Stir to combine.

  6. Top with a grilled pineapple slice. Enjoy!



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