- Disney Parks has revealed the recipe for a Dole Whip, one of the most famous snacks to grace Disneyland.
- The recipe only requires three ingredients: vanilla ice cream, pineapple juice, and frozen pineapple chunks.
- You simply mix the ingredients together into a blender, then put the mixture into a “star-tipped piping bag” to make that iconic Dole Whip swirl.
- The recipe comes just days after Disney revealed how to make its famous churros.
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There are few Disney treats as popular as the beloved Dole Whip, and now you can make it in the comfort of your own home.
Disney Parks has released the recipe for its soft-serve snack on the Disneyland app, My Disney Experience, and families will be happy to learn that it only needs three ingredients.
All you need is vanilla ice cream, pineapple juice, and frozen pineapple chunks.
To begin, combine one “big” scoop of vanilla ice cream with four ounces of pineapple juice and two cups of frozen pineapple chunks in a blender.
Blend the mixture until it’s “smooth,” then put it in a “star-tipped piping bag” to make that iconic Dole Whip swirl.
If you don’t have a piping bag and don’t want to make a trip to the store, don’t worry! Parchment paper can be used as an alternative, as can plastic sandwich bags.
While Dole pineapple juice has been served at Disneyland since 1975, the Dole Whip didn’t actually make its debut until 1986.
The cult-favourite snack was introduced at Disneyland’s Adventureland area, where it can still be found today – along with Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
Disney Parks released the Dole Whip recipe just days after revealing how to make its famous churros on the Disney Parks Blog.
The eight-ingredient recipe, which includes step-by-step instructions, simply requires eggs, butter, salt, cinnamon, flour, sugar, water, and vegetable oil. All you’ll need in the kitchen is a stovetop, saucepan, slotted spoon, and piping bag.
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