This popular frozen treat is only available at a few select locations, the most famous being Aloha Island near the Tiki Room in Disney’s Magic Kingdom. As it is so difficult to come by, I’ve only tried a real Dole Whip once in my life.
Based on that memory of a smooth, creamy, chilled pineapple confection with a slight lemon tang, I’ve come up with my own homemade version of the Disney favorite that can be whipped up in your very own kitchen.
Apparently the demand for Dole Whips is so great that in 2013 they started selling it at Six Flags too.
And a note to vegans: surprisingly, Disney’s Dole Whip recipe is vegan.
They recently reformulated the recipe, and the pineapple, mango, strawberry, raspberry, and orange flavors are all dairy-free and vegan.
This recipe for homemade pineapple ice cream is so easy to make. Just blend and serve. Make it for a party, your kids or even hide it for yourself.
2 cup frozen pineapple chunks
8 oz frozen Whipped Topping (like Cool Whip)
3 tbsp Honey or 2 tbsp Sugar
6 oz Pineapple Juice
Blend all ingredients in strong blender or food processor until whipped.
If the mixture is too runny, add 1/4 cup ice and process further.
Too look more like a creamy whip, transfer mixture to a piping bag with star tip and pipe into cups.