Big news!! Disney’s Secret Dole Whip Recipe has been released! Yep, you read that right! It’s the official Disney recipe- and you are going to NEED it. So delicious!
Disney’s Dole Whip Recipe
It’s not a secret Disney World is known for their amazing treats and eats. I have been to Disney World a few times and love their foods. When friends ask my advice on what to do at Disney, I always tell them to splurge on a few treats! The Dole Whip is one of those things, y’all.
A Dole Whip is the ultimate Disney treat!
While we can’t head to Disney World right now, we can still enjoy these delicious pineapple and ice cream treats right at home. Disney was awesome enough to release their official Dole Whip recipe in response to this year’s closure of the park. Check it out below and be sure to Pin for Later. It was released on the Disneyland App so you can also find it there.
I had to include a few of our Disney World photos in case you aren’t familiar with the Dole Whip. Yes, it’s true these are best on a hot summer day, but I think you can adapt this to pretty much any time of year.
If you’re needing a spring break treat or something special for the kids for an afternoon at home, this is a super easy thing to whip up. Despite how complicated it looks, the Dole Whip only takes a few ingredients!
Making Your Dole Whip:
When I first read Disney’s recipe I was wondering how they get the creamy consistency of the ice cream and Pineapple. It’s pretty simple: They use a scoop of ice cream!
I thought, OK, Ice cream is going on my list. You will also need to add Pineapple Juice (I would get the large can on the prepared juice aisle at the store). And Frozen Pineapple Chunks. Any brand should work here, so if you’re at Walmart, look for the off brand Great Value Pineapple Chunks.
Keep in mind the recipe is written for a single serving, so if you’re making these for the family be sure to get out a large blender and also double or triple the ingredient amounts. One Dole Whip is BIG, as you can see, so for at home you can easily get two kids’ sized Dole Whips out of one recipe.
Making the “Whip”
The other question I had in my head about this recipe was how do you make the whipped shape if you don’t have an ice cream machine? Well, you really just need a large ziploc bag with a corner cut off. Of course!
I do this trick with cake frosting all the time, so it makes sense it would work for ice cream as well. If you’re worried your mixture is too thin, I would suggest popping it in the freezer for a few minutes before piping it into your serving dishes! Enjoy!
- 1 big scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream
- 4 oz of pineapple juice
- 2 cups of frozen pineapple
Add all ingredients to a blender.
Blend until smooth
Pour/spoon into a large plastic seal-able bag.
Cut a small corner off with scissors.
Pipe into serving dish, Adding your swirl.
This recipe makes (1) Disney Sized Dole Whip! Divide into smaller portions, or double recipe for more servings!
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 624Total Fat: 8gSaturated Fat: 5gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 29mgSodium: 65mgCarbohydrates: 140gFiber: 6gSugar: 130gProtein: 5g
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