Disney Just Dropped the Recipe for Its Fan-Favorite Dole Whip

It only takes three ingredients to make this iconic treat.

April 13, 2020

So Disney Parks fans are never missing out on, at least, a little bit of magic, Disney is sharing, one by one, recipes for some of its most beloved foods via the Disney Parks app and blog.

Last week, the theme parks sent out a link to Disneyland app users that led to a recipe for how to make its popular Dole Whip pineapple frozen treat, a soft-serve wonder made with pineapple, pineapple juice and ice cream.

Curiously, Dole has also published a DIY Dole Whip recipe, which is a tiny bit different, and can be found here.

So in this time of creative substitutions and cooking with what you have on hand, you have options. But one thing you may want to note is that the official Disney Dole Whip treats are dairy-free; if you want to get as close as possible to the real thing, you probably want to use non-dairy ice cream.

The Dole Whip recipe disclosure follows the equally exciting revelation, via the Disney Parks blog, of the recipe for Disney Parks Churro Bites, a snack found at all Disney Parks around the world.

“These past few weeks, we’ve seen many of you sharing Disney recipes and creating your very own magical moments right at home,” Disney Food & Beverage Communications Coordinator Alex Dunlap wrote on the Disney Parks blog on Sunday, April 5. “Being a BIG fan of Disney Parks snacks myself, this has inspired us to share one of my favorite recipes so you can continue creating #DisneyMagicMoments.”

The recipe, which can be found here, calls for ingredients you’re likely to have around the house already – butter, eggs, flour, sugar which is an added plus. So put on your apron and get to work making Disney magic in your own kitchen!

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