Saturday, August 11, 2018

Disney Dole Whip Copycat (With VIDEO)

There’s no need to travel to Adventureland with this spot-on copycat recipe of the iconic Disney Dole Whip! Made sweet, creamy, and with real ingredients, this frozen pineapple treat is the perfect touch of magic for any hot summer day. 

https://www.theslowroasteditalian.com/2018/08/disney-dole-whip-copycat.html

It’s been some time since I have visited Disney World and Disneyland, but even after all these years, there’s still one experience that I could never quite forget: The food and drinks.

The rides and attractions are wonderful, too, of course, but you’re talking to a foodie here. Of course the eats are going to be what I miss the most. It’s in my nature.

And as for my absolute favorite edible delight, the one I find myself thinking about again and again?

The iconic Disney Dole whip.

Disney Dole Whip CopycatThere have been plenty of hot summer days where I would have gladly hopped on a flight (or soldiered through an awfully long car ride) just to march straight into Disneyland or Disney World's Adventureland and order one of these treats.

So you can only imagine how happy I was to discover that it’s possible to make a near-identical Dole Whip at home.

Well, maybe you can imagine it, because you’re right here, just like me, looking for a cure to your own dole whip cravings.

I promise this recipe will not disappoint!

What is a Disney Dole whip?

Dole whip is a pineapple-flavored ice cream that was created by Dole (the fruit company) in the 1980's.

However, it wasn't until Disneyland and Walt Disney World started to serve Dole whip that it achieved its current cult-like fandom.

Disney Dole Whip Copycat

What is a Dole Whip made of?

While the "true" recipe used by Disneyland and Walt Disney World consists of flavored mixes, the recipe featured here hinges on using real ingredients for a near-identical taste:

Frozen pineapple chunks, ideally Dole brand
Coconut milk (or dairy milk, if you prefer)
Sugar, for sweetness
A dash of lemon and lime juice
A small pinch of salt

Disney Dole Whip Copycat

Is a pineapple Dole whip dairy free?

This recipe uses coconut milk for creaminess and flavor, so when made as directed, it will be dairy free. However, you can substitute the coconut milk for any milk (or milk substitute) of your choice.

Like many delicious frozen drinks, whipping up a Disney Dole whip extremely fast and simple:

•Add all of the ingredients to your favorite food processor.
•Blend until ultra creamy, about 3-5 minutes.
•Serve and enjoy!

http://amzn.to/2npi3zd

Speaking of simple recipes, of course our new cookbook {The Simple Kitchen - available to order now}is packed with delicious, easy recipes.

The Simple Kitchen is loaded with more than 75 BRAND NEW recipes and a hand full of family favorites too.

8 chapters with a total of 82 quick and easy recipes that are bursting with flavor!!!

Every recipe has a photo that will make your mouth water. It has slow cooker meals, one-pot recipes, quick dinners, simple appetizers, desserts and more!!!

And we have included kitchen tips to make dinnertime less stressful.

We are so excited to share our recipes with you!!! So, don't wait. Go and grab yours today!  The Simple Kitchen <-- click here to order. 

http://amzn.to/2npi3zd

Helpful Tips to make a Disney Dole Whip:

  • It’s easy to turn this drink into a Dole whip float! Fill a glass half full of pineapple juice and then layer some Dole whip on top.
  • If you’d like a creamier whip, consider adding one small banana to the recipe. This will impact the taste (which is why it’s not included in the recipe) but it will make the whip have a thicker texture.
  • If you’d like the whip to be firmer, freeze it for 30 minutes after blending, then spoon out to serve.

What you will need to make Disney Dole Whip:


Enjoy!

With love from our simple kitchen to yours. 

Do you   love  TSRI?  Don't miss another recipe.  Click here to Subscribe to The Slow Roasted Italian by Email and receive new recipes in your inbox every day!

Disney Dole Whip Copycat 

Don't miss a thing! Follow us on Facebook Twitter Pinterest | Instagram ❤ ❤ ❤  

See how easy this Disney Dole Whip  is to make. Watch the video!!!


dole whip, disney dole whip, pineapple dole whip, what is dole whip, how to make dole whip
dessert
American
Yield: 2

Disney Dole Whip

There’s no need to travel to Adventureland with this spot-on copycat recipe of the iconic Disney Dole whip! Made sweet, creamy, and with real ingredients, this frozen pineapple treat is the perfect touch of magic for any hot summer day.
prep time: 10 minscook time: total time: 10 mins

Ingredients

  • 2 cup frozen pineapple (ideally Dole brand)
  • 1/3 cup coconut milk (or any milk of your choice)
  • 3 tablespoon granulated sugar
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon lime juice
  • 1 pinch salt
  • Pineapple slices, for garnish (optional)

Instructions

  1. In a food processor, add frozen pineapple, coconut milk, sugar, lemon juice, lime juice, and salt. Blend ingredients until smooth and there are no more pineapple chunks, about 3-5 minutes.
  2. Serve Dole whip immediately in festive glasses with straws or dessert spoons. If you’d like whip to be firmer, freeze for 30 minutes, then serve.






Disclosure: Posts may contain affiliate links. If you purchase a product through an affiliate link your price will remain the same and The Slow Roasted Italian will automatically receive a small commission. Thank you for supporting us, it helps us keep creating new recipes.

12 comments:

  1. Can't wait to try this recipe. I have tried lots of your recipes and have never had one that turned out bad

    ReplyDelete
  2. Can a blender be used to make this?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. The whole time they used blender, pay attention.

      Delete
    2. It states using food processor, but either would work, I should think.

      Delete
  3. I will definitely try this!!! It sounds delicious!! Do you have a recipe for a version of Universal's butter beer?? Thank you!!!

    ReplyDelete
  4. What blender/food processor are you using in your video?

    ReplyDelete
  5. can you freeze leftovers, and if so, would they become solid (so you need to thaw a bit before serving)? looks yummy!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Definitely will try this looks delicious

    ReplyDelete
  7. Do you include the juice (frozen) from the pineapple, or only the chunks?

    ReplyDelete
  8. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Coconut milk from a refrigerated carton or thick, coconut milk from a can?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Prob wouldnt make a difference. It says you can use any milk you want so i would use either one if i were you.

      Delete

If you really like a post, please Facebook and give it a THUMBS UP or Pin It on Pinterest!

We love to hear your comments and hear when you have used a recipe. ❤ ❤ ❤