If you’re like us and are no longer following your quarantine diet, Disney’s favorite frozen snack can be yours to make at home.
We’re not sure if that’s a good or bad thing, so we’ll leave it up to you to decide.
Dole Whip has become a must-eat for families and Disney fans alike.
“The dairy-free dessert is perfect for summer or any time you feel like adding a little sweetness to your day,” Dole says on its website.
The sweet treat was introduced at Walt Disney World and Disneyland resorts more than three decades ago and has achieved a status ranking among other fan favorites, like Mickey Ice Cream Bars and churros.
The theme parks remain closed, however, you can bring the park magic home by creating your own Dole Whip treats.
The best part? You don’t have to wait in line!
There are two ways to create a Dole Whip: Dole’s recipe and Disney’s recipe. We’ll leave you to decide which one is better.
Each recipe uses fewer than five ingredients, and let’s just say they won’t require a skilled chef.
Dole’s Dole Whip Recipe
- 1 cup pineapple juice, frozen in an ice cube tray
- 1 DOLE® banana, peeled and frozen
- 2 1/2 teaspoons powdered sugar
- 1/4 to 1/2 cup unsweetened coconut milk beverage
- Combine pineapple juice, banana, and powdered sugar in a blender
- Cover; blend until smooth, gradually adding coconut milk and scraping down sides if necessary
- Serve immediately
Disney’s Dole Whip Recipe
- 1 scoop of vanilla ice cream
- 4 ounces of pineapple juice
- 2 cups of frozen pineapple
- Combine the 3 ingredients in a blender, and blend it until smooth.
- Serve as-is, or pour the mixture into a piping bag and swirl the blend into your bowl to create the soft-serve look.
For those ages 21 and older, spike your soft serve with Barbancourt Pango Rhum and before you know it, you’ve whipped up a Spikey Pineapple from Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto.
Whipping up the popular Disney Park treat is so easy you’re left wondering why you didn’t pull out the blender sooner.
Granted, by making the treat at home, you most likely won’t be surrounded by singing birds or plummeting down a waterfall into pirate’s cannon fire, however, it’s another way to cure your Disney craving while the parks are closed.
Share your Dole Whip creations with us in the comments below!