2-Ingredient Dole Whip

Dole Whips have a cult following at the Disneyland Parks, but now you can make it at home with just 2 ingredients and a big fat straw.  This is a sponsored post.

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I am a sucker for ice cream and apparently it’s genetic as my son could eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner….daily.  If you’ve had the fortune to go to Disneyland, chances are you stood in line for a frosty cold Dole Whip.  {raising my hand}  They are creamy and drizzled with fresh pineapple juice and they have a cult following.  

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Now don’t get me wrong, this is amazingly delicious and if you’re looking for the EXACT Dole Whip, well, that recipe is a guarded secret, so this is an easy copycat.  Best of all…you don’t need a soft-serve machine to make this happen in a flash.  Blender – Check.  Food Processor – Check.  Yonana’s Frozen Dessert Maker – Check.  Pick one, any one and you’ll be eating a Dole Whip in a flash.   

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I’ve had the pleasure of working with Dole in the past and am proud to announce that I’ll be a Dole Ambassador for 2015.   Part of this years initiative is the Get Up and Grow! Tour which I have to admit I am TOTALLY stoked will be coming to Spokane WA.  Being on the east side of the state it seems all of the fun stuff happens in Seattle, so I was pretty jazzed that the tour is stopping right down the road from me.  Here’s a little about the tour:

DOLE’S 2015 HEALTHY-EATING TOUR CHALLENGES NORTH AMERICANS TO GET SERIOUS

Get Up and Grow! Tour, the largest in company history, will visit 45-cities across the U.S. and Canada in an effort to make the world a happier, healthier place.  Visitors who complete the Get Up and Grow! Pledge can win free produce, Fitbits® and a California wellness vacation.

Dole is convinced that the secret to a happier, healthier world is increased fruit and vegetable consumption so it is hitting the road this summer to directly challenge North Americans to make healthy eating their #1 priority.  

After spending the past few summers sampling recipes and working with retailers to show what’s possible, the produce giant is turning up the volume in 2015 with the largest North American tour in its history and a first-ever customizable healthy-living pledge that rewards participants with various wellness incentives including Fitbits®, DOLE® produce and the chance to win a six-day health-makeover getaway to California.

The 115-day, 11,700-mile journey represents a joint effort between Dole Fresh Fruit of Westlake Village, Calif., Dole Fresh Vegetables of Monterey, Calif., and the Kannapolis, N.C.-based Dole Nutrition Institute (DNI), and is co-sponsored by Blue Diamond Almond.

Multiple colorful Get Up and Grow! Tour caravans with rolling kitchens will deliver innovative new recipes, product samples, a do-it-yourself smoothie bar, free giveaways for the whole family and other activities specifically created to showcase the fun, flavor and preparation possibilities of fresh fruit and vegetables and a plant-based diet. Visitors can also present a grocery receipt showing a qualifying level of DOLE® fresh purchase to receive a limited-edition, commemorative Get Up and Grow! item.

The Eastern Tour departs from Pittsburgh and visits Carlisle, Pa.; Baltimore; Edison, N.J.; Morristown, N.J.; New York City, Boston; Albany, N.Y.; Rochester, N.Y.; Charlotte, N.C.; Greenville, N.C.; South Georgia; Jacksonville, Fla.; and Miami.

The Central Tour leaves New Orleans; Indianola, Miss.; Cincinnati; Columbus, Ohio; Cleveland; Detroit; Grand Rapids, Mich.; St. Louis; Springfield, Mo.; Kansas City, Mo.; Des Moines, Iowa; Minneapolis; Omaha, Neb.; and Lincoln, Neb.

The Western Tour leaves Dallas and visits Houston; San Antonio; Phoenix; Los Angeles; Berkeley, Calif.; Sacramento, Calif.; Portland, Ore.; Seattle; Spokane Wash.; Boise, Idaho; and Salt Lake City.

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Summer just got awesome with this 2-ingredient frozen treat.  I won’t tease you anymore…let’s get to the recipe for this super easy Dole Whip.  If you’re in Spokane, let’s meet up at the event.

DIY Dole Whip

Print Recipe
Serves: 2 Cooking Time: 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 3 Frozen Dole bananas
  • 1/2 cup pineapple juice, cold

Instructions

1

Using a Yonana's frozen dessert maker, blender or food processor, process the frozen bananas into a soft serve consistency. Add to 2 glass immediately and pour 1/2 of the juice over one and repeat with the second. Stick in a fat straw and enjoy.

2

It's seriously that easy.

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Disclaimer: this is a sponsored post.  I am a paid ambassador for Dole.  All opinions are my own.

4 Comments

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    Felicia@Ingredient1
    July 22, 2015 at 1:23 pm

    We tried a Dole Whip at the Dole Plantation in Hawaii last December and fell in love with its bright flavors and creamy textures. Can’t believe it’s this easy to recreate at home! Thanks for sharing.

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    Haley @ Hi-Line Healthy
    June 15, 2015 at 2:46 pm

    Yum! I can’t wait to try these. I could use a dole whip right about now!

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      FarmgirlGourmet
      June 15, 2015 at 9:18 pm

      Me too!! My kids went crazy for this…I almost didn’t want to tell them it was only a frozen banana. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!

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