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Homemade Dole Whip

By: Heather from Heatherlikesfood.com
Homemade Dole Whip
Homemade Dole Whip
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If you have ever been to Disney World and tried their magical Dole Whip dessert, you will fall head over heels this copycat version you can make in your own kitchen. This Homemade Dole Whip recipe tastes almost exactly like the Disney treat and calls for only 5 ingredients. The whip is made of crushed pineapple, sugar, hints of lemon and lime, and non-dairy whipped topping. You can eat the frozen treat by itself or spoon it into glasses filled with pineapple juice to make a Dole Whip float.

Cooking MethodNo Bake

Did You Know?

Almost anything Disney does seems to attract a loyal following and the Dole Whip dessert is no exception. This frozen treat is a staple at Disneyland and Walt Disney World (among a few other select restaurants around the country). Dole Whip is a perfect treat for anyone who has dietary restrictions because it is free of dairy, gluten, cholesterol, and fat.

Depending on where you buy your Dole Whip, it either comes in a cup like regular ice cream or with pineapple juice, turning it into a Dole Whip Float. Orange Dole Whip is also available, but the pineapple is by far the most famous and most widely consumed. There are dozens of blogs that rave about the amazing taste of this creamy treat. It truly is a crowd favorite at Disney restaurants, and with this Homemade Dole Whip copycat recipe you can make it whenever you want a little bit of magic in your life!

Source: "Dole Whip Fun Facts" from Disney Tourist Blog.

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