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Recreate one of the most popular Disney treats at home with this copycat recipe for Pineapple Dole Whips! My first time trying a Dole Whip wasn’t at Disney, but at the Dole Pineapple Factory in Hawaii. I went with my Girl Scout troop in 8th grade and I always remembered the amazing pineapple treat we had, but it wasn’t until having another one as an adult at Disneyland that made me want to figure out how to make them.
Pineapple Dole Whips
Fast forward to a few days ago when I received an email in my inbox from one of my best friends requesting that I quickly (apparently she had a deadline) come up with a little healthier version of the Pineapple Dole Whip that everyone loves at Disney World. Sure thing…it’s been on my to-do list for a really long time.
All the recipes that I came across call for canned pineapple. Why? Why not real, fresh, sweet pineapple?!?! And I took out the sugar and used a little agave nectar instead. It’s healthier and a low glycemix index food. I used my VitaMix to make most of this dessert; however, a BlendTec or food processor would work and an ice cream maker is needed!
Whatever you do….do not ruin the most amazing dessert by using cool whip! The original version at Disney is vegan…so let’s keep it that way. Don’t be tempted by the short cuts….an ice cream maker isn’t too expensive and will make this amazing dessert.
The kids were on top of me begging for their drinks and licking the counter where it spilled a little. I could not keep those little ones away from it. That is the downfall of blogging and making yummy new treats. Those darn kids…they just don’t understand a photo shoot and getting a great picture.
Keep reading after the recipe for 10 more Disney Inspired Recipes from some amazing bloggers!
- 2 pineapples, peeled and cored*
- 1 lime, juiced
- 2 tbls agave nectar
- 1 1 /2 cups almond milk
- 1/2 tsp vanilla
- Blend pineapple, lime juice, agave nectar, almond milk, and vanilla in heavy duty blender or food processor until smooth. Pour into a bowl, cover, and store in the refrigerator until well chilled.
- Pour into ice cream maker and follow manufacture's instructions for making ice cream. When it's done, place in a freezer safe container and allow it to harden for an hour or two before serving.
- Note: *If you have VitaMix or BlendTec, add the pineapple core, too! It adds lots of great nutrients!
Nutrition Information:Yield: 4 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 1175 Total Fat: 6g Saturated Fat: 1g Sodium: 275mg Carbohydrates: 279g Fiber: 33g Sugar: 209g Protein: 12g
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I’ve updated this post, but wanted to keep my original picture in the post. Thanks for joining me on my journey! Originally published: Mar 22, 2012
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