Food Challenge Recipe 14: Home Made Dole Whip!

This week’s recipe is for those Disney Parks fans out there! Yes, I made Dole Whip at home!

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For those who aren’t Disney Park fanatics, a Dole Whip is a pineapple soft serve dessert. The one in the parks is completely Vegan. My version wasn’t but can be made easily dairy-free or vegan.

I used a recipe I found via The Trackers, which can be found here if you’d like to see it.

It contains just 5 ingredients, all of which I already had apart from the frozen pineapple. But I was able to pick it up from Costco, and it can be found in most supermarkets.

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So, I needed 2 cups of frozen pineapple

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1/4 cup of whatever milk you want to use (you can also use canned coconut milk for a pina colada flavour), 1/16 tsp of salt (I put a tiny sprinkle in because who can measure 1/16 of a tsp?), 2 tbsp of sugar (or a pinch of pure stevia extract) and 1 tbsp lemon juice.

I put all this into my blender.

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But my blender didn’t want to do the job. My blender, though expensive, has not once been up to the task I’ve asked of it. So I transferred everything into my BlendActive smoothie maker.

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With a few shakes and knocks of encouragement, the task was complete!

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I can’t knock the recipe. The flavour was so creamy and almost spot on compared with what you get in the parks. I’ll definitely be making this again.

This recipe made two large portions of whip, and as long as your blender is up to the task, I’d recommend any Dole Whip fan to give this a try!

I give this recipe 10/10!

4 thoughts on “Food Challenge Recipe 14: Home Made Dole Whip!

    1. I think the one they sell in Paris isn’t actually Dole Whip. I think it’s just ice cream with pineapple juice. You need to go to Disneyland California or WDW and get a real one! Or try this recipe and you’ll have one at home!

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