Pineapple Rum Punch

Are you having a party this summer? This Pineapple Rum Punch is THE party punch of summer. It is super easy to whip up and the flavors will have you feeling like you are on a tropical island with just one sip. 

Pineapple Rum Punch is the party punch of summer. It is like taking a trip to the tropics with one sip.

This punch actually took me a few tries to get it just right. Each time I made it I enjoyed it so much but I knew it was missing a little something to make it perfect. I first made it at our Easter dinner we hosted this year. It was good but I just knew I could make it better. 

The first pitcher I made had some cream of coconut in it. While it was good it just didn't mix fully with the other ingredients and had a weird texture. So I set out to find that something special to give it that coconut flavor without having the texture. 

You name it, I tried it. And I have to admit I really did have fun testing this recipe. Maybe just a little too much fun! Its a tough job but someone has to do it right? 

It just so happened that perfect ingredient just showed up one day. While we were picking up a few things at the grocery store, there it was. Hawaiian Punch has a White Water Wave Punch. It is coconut pineapple flavored! It was like an ah-ha moment. I was giddy with excitement and couldn't wait to try it. 

It turns out, it is exactly what this punch needed. It gave it just the right amount of coconut flavoring it needed. And if you really want to skip out on the rum and make this punch kid friendly, it is still just as good. To make it even more fun, rim the glasses with honey and dip into toasted coconut. Happy Summer!

Pineapple Rum Punch

Pineapple Rum Punch is THE party punch for all your summer gatherings.


1- 46 oz can pineapple juice
1- 8 oz can of pineapple tidbits
2 cups of White Water Wave Hawaiian Punch
1 cup of Coconut Rum
Lemon-lime soda to top it off and give it some fizz. 
Optional garnishes -Pineapple slices, maraschino cherries


In a pitcher, pour the pineapple juice, pineapple tidbits, punch, and rum together. Stir and chill until ready to serve. Add lemon lime soda before serving.  Optional, rim the glasses with honey and dip in toasted coconut. 

Crab Cakes at What's for Supper Sunday #31

Hello Summer

Well summer has officially started for our family. Last week was the official last day of school so we plan to soak up as much fun as we can this summer. We moved in January from a smaller house to a bigger house with a deck and a huge yard. So we are spending as much time as we can outdoors on the back deck grilling and chilling. We also decided it was time for a pool. These hot and humid Virginia days are going to be a little more bearable with a dip in the pool every now and then. For this weeks meal plan we are keeping it simple as always. I am looking forward to lots of leftovers for lunch this week! 

Crab Cakes, Crock Pot Meatball Subs, Beef and Broccoli, Baked Meatball Parmesan, Grilled Chicken Parm, and so much more at What's for Supper at Served Up With Love.

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Tuesday – Cheesy Taco Soup

Wednesday – Beef and Broccoli

Thursday – Grilled Chicken Parm

Friday – Crab Cakes

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Southern Breakfast Enchiladas with Sausage Gravy at Weekend Potluck #329

Southern Breakfast Enchiladas with Sausage Gravy

Happy Weekend y'all! We have some amazing features for you this week. These Southern Breakfast Enchiladas with Sausage Gravy from Cooking with K grabbed the top spot from last week's potluck. You will have no problem getting the fam jam up for breakfast with these. Other featured recipes include Taco Spaghetti Bake from Soulfully Made, Wedding Cake Cookies from Chattavore, Fruit Cocktail Fluff from The Kitchen is My Playground, and Sausage Baked Beans from our wonderful host, The Country Cook. 

Southern Breakfast Enchiladas with Sausage Gravy, Taco Spaghetti Bake, Wedding Cake Cookies, Fruit Cocktail Fluff, and Sausage Baked Beans are featured at Weekend Potluck 329 at Served Up With Love.

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Taco Spaghetti Bake by Soulfully Made

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Caprese Salad at What's for Supper Sunday #30

Caprese Salad

Happy Sunday! Its time to get those meals planned all out for the week.  One of my all time favorite salads is included in this weeks menu. I could eat this Caprese Salad every day of the summer and be a happy girl. Super simple to make for lunch, dinner, or as a side. We have a few crock pot recipes into the mix this week along with some dessert. Hope you have an amazing week! 

Caprese Salad, Crock Pot Pork BBQ, Family Favorite Meatloaf, Crock Pot Chicken and Noodles, and more at What's for Supper Sunday at Served Up With Love.

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Monday – Crock Pot Pork BBQ

Wednesday – Chicken and Dumplings

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