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Disneyland Shared A Homemade Dole Whip Recipe So You Can Make It At Home Now

[Me, wearing Mickey ears in my apartment and eating an entire blender full of homemade Dole Whip]: "This is fine."

There are probably a lot of Disney fans out there who had to cancel planned trips to Disney parks because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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It's a very good thing for health and safety that the parks are closed right now, but it's still a bummer!

Recently we saw people recreating Disney park rides in their homes, and now Disney has given us another way to bring the experience home: a homemade Dole Whip recipe!

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The recipe was sent out through the Disneyland app from Disney Parks, and it's officially labeled as a "frozen pineapple treat" recipe. It uses ice cream, so it's not ~quite~ the same as the Dole Whip in parks, which is vegan and dairy-free.

Here are the ingredients you'll need, according to the Disney Parks recipe:

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If you want to make a different flavor, just try different types of frozen fruit and fruit juice!

Throw everything in a blender and blend it until it's nice and smooth:

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At that point you could just scoop it into a bowl, but if you want that signature swirl, you'll need a piping bag. If you don't have one, you can cut a small hole in the corner of a plastic storage bag, put your blended Dole Whip in the bag, and squeeze it out through the hole to make a swirl!

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That's it! You can now enjoy your sweet and tangy homemade Dole Whip.

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You can bet I'm gonna try this as soon as I can get my hands on some pineapple. If you plan on going to the store, don't forget to wear a mask and treat your local grocery workers right!

CORRECTION

The recipe shared by Disney isn't the same as the treat served at the theme parks. An earlier version of this post insinuated that the recipes were the same. The Dole Whip at Disney parks is vegan and dairy-free, so make sure you use dairy-free ice cream as your base if you want yours to be vegan as well! It looks like this may be an easier, at-home ~variation~ on the official Dole Whip recipe. For another version, try this recipe from the official Dole site.