November 12
Pineapple Ginger & Lime Cordial

Pineapple Ginger & Lime Cordial

I haven’t shared too many of my homemade cordial recipes yet.  I started to make Pineapple Cordial as we got a few pineapples in our box divvy that were either dry or very ripe.  It’s a great way to even use up pineapple that has been cut up and not eaten.

I love making cordials in summer!  We are having such a warm spring that I’ve started to make fruit cordials earlier this year.

Homemade fruit cordials truly are refreshing on a hot day.  We like to serve this pineapple, ginger and lime cordial with icy cold water or tepid water with ice cubes or bubbly soda water.

The hint of ginger essential oil with the tang from the pineapple reminds me of ginger beer that we used to make when I was a kid.  I remember mum and dad would keep the bottles in the garage and we would squeal with delight when a bottle was ready to be opened.

Heading into the Christmas Season, this would make a lovely homemade gift.  The recipe makes approximately 450ml, so you can make a batch and divide it between a couple of smaller bottles, or double the batch and gift it in a larger bottle.

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If you want to buy Ginger & Lime essential oils, then click here to go straight to my secure web selling page.  Start using these oils not only for their many properties, but to also make my super tasty essential oil infused cordial.  When making the cordial, I recommend that you only use 1 drop of Ginger and 2 drops of Lime for the first batch, then go for the 2 and 4 drops if you want it to have a little more bang.

Pineapple Ginger & Lime Cordial

Prep time Total time
20 mins 20 mins

Author: Tracey Francis of Essential Olie

Ingredients

Thermal Method

  1. Remove skin from pineapple, roughly chop and add into the Thermomix bowl.  Also, include the core of the pineapple!
  2. Add water, sugar and ginger and lime essential oils.
  3. Cook 15 mins / 90 c / speed 1.
  4. Mix 10 seconds / speed 4.
  5. Strain through a sieve into a large jug and allow cool before pouring into a 500ml glass bottle then secure with a lid and keep in the refrigerator for up to 1 month.
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