Pineapple Kiwi Mocktail

When it comes to a mocktail that’s fun + fruity but has the added benefit of improving sleep, this Pineapple Kiwi Mocktail is pretty much perfect!

Pineapple contains melatonin, which helps improve sleep, and kiwifruit has been shown in studies to improve sleep as well, making them a perfectly dynamic duo.

What I love about this Pineapple Kiwi Mocktail recipe is that even though we’re using fruit, which contains fructose, we’re not using straight juice. The fruit itself stays in the recipe, which keeps all the fiber. This is important for sleep to help blunt blood-sugar spikes, which can interfere with sleep.

Plus the tropical feel of this mocktail is super fun!

{This is not to say that this mocktail is a good option if you’re diabetic or pre-diabetic and having a hard time controlling your blood sugar. Know your body and go from there. ie-be smart about your mocktail options!}

Pineapple Kiwi Mocktail

Prep Time 7 mins
Total Time 7 mins
Course Drinks
Servings 1


  • 1 kiwi fruit peeled and chunked
  • 1/4 cup frozen pineapple chunks or can use canned
  • 2-3 drops liquid stevia to taste
  • 1 can lemon seltzer water or sparkling water
  • 1 sprig fresh mint leaves optional, for garnish and aroma


  • Put chunks of kiwi and pineapple, and stevia drops in a high-powered blender cup. Add 1/4 cup seltzer water and pulse approx 20-30 seconds until pureed into a smoothie-like texture.
  • Place ice cubes in a large glass.
  • Pour fruit mixture into glass.
  • Top it off with seltzer water and stir.
  • Garnish with mint. Enjoy!
Keyword Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Vegan
Laura Brigance, MS, CHC

Author: Laura Brigance, MS, CHC

Laura is a Nutrition Specialist and Certified Health Coach with a Master of Science in Nutrition. Her goal is to help women reduce inflammation, balance blood sugar, and regain natural energy with an Anti-Inflammatory Diet + Lifestyle.

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