Pineapple Iced Tea


If you’re looking for a refreshing summer drink, this easy pineapple iced tea recipe will hit the spot on a hot summer day!

Most of the time, I’m completely happy with ice water, but there’s something about 100+ degree days that calls for more.

Image shows a glass of pineapple iced tea with ice cubes, in front of a large mason jar of more pineapple iced tea. Text overlay reads "Pineapple Iced Tea"

Tea. I will always and ever be a huge fan of peppermint iced tea, but I gotta tell you, these fruity iced teas are pretty good too, and when you live in the South, sweet tea is pretty much a necessity of life. (I’d swear, some of our neighbors have sweet tea in the veins rather than blood.) 

The problem is, I get bored with regular black tea, so even though I don’t drink very much of it, I like to keep things interesting for Gabe, the kids, and my fifteen-year-old brother, who’s spending the summer with us.

This week, we had fun making pineapple iced tea. It’s a lot easier than some of the other flavored iced teas we’ve been making because all it takes is blending up a can of pineapple and adding it to a gallon of tea.


Image shows pineapple iced tea in a mason jar on a picnic table, with a glass of pineapple iced tea sitting next to it.

What tastes great with pineapple iced tea?

This tea is ridiculously delicious with healthy no-bake chocolate peanut butter cookies – especially since no-bake cookies don’t heat up your house like so many other desserts! And since the tea can be made sugar-free with Truvia, and the cookies are low-sugar, you can feel good about eating them. 😉 


Pineapple Iced Tea

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This delicious pineapple iced tea recipe is so easy to make and tastes great with a variety of recipes.

  • Author: Elise
  • Prep Time: 10
  • Cook Time: 25
  • Total Time: 35
  • Yield: 12 1x
  • Category: drinks
  • Method: Stovetop
  • Cuisine: America




  1. Bring a quart of water to a boil, remove from heat
  2. Add tea bags and let steep in water for 15 minutes
  3. Remove bags and add Truvia or sugar
  4. Dilute hot tea with another quart of cold water
  5. Pour into a gallon-sized pitched
  6. Blend pineapple until no longer lumpy
  7. Add to tea
  8. Fill jar with cold water
  9. Serve with ice
  10. Enjoy!

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