Fresh pineapple, creamy coconut milk, and tart pineapple juice come together in this delicious soft serve. Make it at home in your blender and top with more pineapple juice for a Dole Whip Float – just like you can get at Disneyland.
What Is A Dole Whip Float?
Hands down – my absolute favorite Disneyland treat is the Dole Whip Float. I LOVE them! I honestly look forward most to this cold dessert more than any of the rides. Dole Whip is a soft serve ice cream served at Disneyland. It is flavored with Dole brand pineapple making it a cool and tropical treat. It is served in a glass with pineapple juice making it a “float”. At Disneyland, the dessert is made from a pineapple-flavored dry mix (dried pineapple juice and the key to all silky smooth soft serve: stabilizers) that’s combined with water and pumped out of a soft-serve machine. Here we are making it fresh, with no sneaky ingredients.
What Do I Need To Make A Dole Whip Float?
For this recipe, you’ll need to put the following on your grocery list:
- frozen pineapple chunks
- pineapple juice
- coconut milk
- granulated sugar
Tell Me How To Make It!
Pro Tip – I use a Blendtec blender when making this recipe. A high powered blender is one kitchen gadget investment I completely recommend. We use ours daily for various things.
Creating a this copycat is a little easier than you may think. The Dole whip is dairy free – so no ice cream making is required.
- Add pineapple juice to your blender jar.
- Pour in coconut milk, cream included.
- Add white sugar.
- Top with frozen pineapple chunks.
- Blend until smooth. I use the ice cream setting on my Blendtec.
- Transfer to a piping bag or large zipper bag. Freeze for 1 hour.
- Pipe into glasses and top with extra pineapple juice.
Is Dole Whip Healthy?
The original Dole Whip is only about 100 calories per serving, this version contains whole ingredients – fresh pineapple, coconut milk, and pineapple juice. So the caloric value is a bit different, but in my opinion having this homemade version with real ingredients is better for your body. I’ve included the complete nutritional value below.
Do you have other Disney CopyCat Recipes?
If you want to save the price of a ticket to Disney, but you still want to enjoy a Dole Whip Float and other delicious Disney foods, be sure to check out our Disney copycat recipes. We also have a family dining guide for when you are in the park.
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A copycat of the classic Disneyland Dole whip float. Non-dairy pineapple soft serve and tart pineapple juice come together for a match made in heaven.
- 4 cups frozen pineapple chunks
- 10 ounces coconut milk
- 10 ounces pineapple juice
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 24 ounces pineapple juice
In a blender combine all ingredients except 24 ounce pineapple juice. Blend until smooth.
Transfer to a gallon size freezer bag and freeze for one hour until mixture is the consistency of soft serve.
Snip one corner of bag and pipe into glasses.
Add desired amount of pineapple juice.
Garnish as desired and serve immediately.