A Pina Colada is traditionally made with rum, cream from the coconut and pineapple juice. The name “Pina Colada” means “strained pineapple” and refers to the pineapple juice that is added to the drink.
There are several claims on who originally created the drink, the first mention is in 1922, and two different claims the invention of the cocktail in 1952, in San Juan.
Next time you’re having a spring or summer party, try making this virgin Pina Colada recipe. This drink is so refreshing and rich-tasting, you won’t even miss the alcohol.The Spruce Eats
All the tropical flavors of a piña colada in these creamy bars are sure to please all your guests.Pillsbury
If you like pina coladas, you’ve gotta try this fluffy fruit dip. Scooped up with a slice of fresh pineapple, it tastes just like the beloved beachside drink.Taste of Home
Cocktail umbrellas are a great way to bring a tropical theme to any drink. They can be difficult to find, but luckily, they are easy to make. While they won’t open and close like the store-bought umbrellas, you will be able to choose the exact color and pattern you want.
We have always loved the flavor combination of coconut and pineapple. Our Pina Colada Cake brings out those flavors in every delicious bite. We’ll just say “you’re welcome” right now because your family will be thanking you for this cake!Six Sisters Stuff
These would make the perfect treat to have on hand when you’re craving something sweet throughout the week, or for summer cookouts and dinner parties. Trust me, they’re a guaranteed good time.Minimalist Baker
How will you celebrate NATIONAL PINA COLADA DAY? Today is the day.
Take a little time today to celebrate with your family and friends and make lasting memories!