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Dole Pineapple Whip



Dole Pineapple Whip is a tasty, cool and frozen dessert with its creamy texture and tropical taste. It is a home-made dessert which is easy to prepare and reminds one of the famous Dole Whip served in Disneyland.



1 cup frozen chopped pineapple

1/2 cup pineapple juice

1/2 cup vanilla ice cream (for creamier texture) or 1/2 cup coconut milk (dairy-free version)

1 tablespoon honey or other sweetener (optional)



Blend Pineapple Chunks: Put the frozen pieces of pineapples into a fast blender or food processor.

Add Liquids: Include coconut milk or vanilla ice-cream in the drink.

Sweeten: Add any kind of swerter you like, for instance honey.

Blend Until Smooth: Mix the entire solution until it becomes smooth and creamy; occasionally scrap down the sides as necessary.

Serve: Immediately serve it as soft-serve consistency. Or else, put them into pipe bag and freeze up to 20-30 minutes before serving for a stiffness kind of serving.


Tips on Serving and Storage

Serving: Put your Dole Pineapple Whip in bowls or cones. Add a cherry and small pineapple slice as an added fun.

Storage: Put any leftovers in the freezer inside a closed container. In case it has become too hard, allow it to thaw slightly and re-blend.


Tips for Success

Frozen Pineapple Usage: The texture will be the best if you find fully frozen pineapple chunks.

Sweetness Adjustment: Taste the mix before sweetening so that a natural sweetness of pineapple can already be enough.

Blending: For obtaining a smooth, creamy consistency, utilize high-speed blenders or food processors.


Benefits of Health

Rich in Vitamin C: Pineapples are very rich in vitamin C, which is important for immune system health.

Hydrating: This fruit contains lots of water which helps stay hydrated.

Digestion Aid : Bromelain enzyme from pineapple aids digestion process.

Nutritional Information (per serving)

Calories – Approximately 100-150

Protein – 1-2 grams

Fat – 0-4 grams (depending on ice cream/coconut milk use)

Carbohydrates –25-35 grams

Fiber – 2-3 grams

Sugar – 20-25 grams


Variations and Substitutions

Eliminate Dairy: Use coconut milk instead of vanilla ice cream for a dairy-free version.

Sugar Reduction: Skip sugar or replace it with an artificial one.

Different Fruits: Add other frozen fruits like mango or banana for a different flavor profile.

Spike It Up: Add a pinch of cayenne pepper or fresh mint leaves for a unique twist.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: Can I use fresh pineapple instead of frozen? A: Fresh pineapple can be used, but you’ll need to freeze it first to achieve the proper texture.

Q: How long does Dole Pineapple Whip last in the freezer? A: It can be stored for up to one month. Thaw slightly and re-blend before serving.

Q: Can I make this without a blender? A: A food processor can also work, but it’s difficult to achieve the same creamy consistency without a high-speed blender.

Q: Is this recipe vegan? A: Yes, if you use coconut milk instead of vanilla ice cream and ensure any sweeteners used are vegan-friendly.



Dole Pineapple Whip is such an awesome treat that one can serve themselves on those days when they really want something delicious. You may choose between any recipes or try some variations – everybody is going to love them all. This tropical delight tastes amazing and is good for your health as well!

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