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2 Ingredient Pineapple Whip (Dairy-Free)

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2 Ingredient Pineapple Whip Hip2Save

If you’re searching for a healthier and delicious alternative to traditional dairy ice cream, check out this simple way to make a pineapple frozen dessert using just two ingredients! Inspired by Disney’s famous Dole Whip, this Pineapple Whip is creamy, refreshing, and super easy to make – a perfect hot weather treat that the whole family will love.

How to make a healthy pineapple whip Hip2Save

2 Ingredient Pineapple Whip

(Inspired by Detoxinista)

1 whole pineapple – cut up and frozen overnight
1 cup of coconut milk (or milk of choice)

Directions:

Place frozen chunks of pineapple and coconut milk into a food processor or high powered blender. Turn on food processor and blend until the consistency becomes creamy. You may have to stop several times and scoop down the pineapple. If desired, put mixture in a plastic bag with the end cut off and put in ice cream cups. Makes about 3-4 servings.

Easy Pineapple Dessert
[h2s_box]Written by Lina for Hip2Save. Lina is a proud mom of 2 small kids who loves photography, all holidays, cooking, thrift store makeovers, bargain shopping, and DIY makeovers. Her goal is to create a beautiful life and stylish home on a dime! To see all of Lina’s recipes created just for Hip2Save, click here.[/h2s_box]

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Comments 37

  1. Garchuleta

    I love the idea of using coconut milk, I think I’d have to throw some shredded coconut in there, too! Yummy, thanks!

  2. Amy H

    We always add a frozen banana as well. Creates the perfect sweetness.

  3. Daphne

    Loved this when we had it at Disney and excited to try this healthier version! Yum!

  4. jacwooten

    What would be the measurement of the pineapple (in cups)? I would like to use some other type of fruit for this.

  5. amelia

    I LOVE all these healthy recipes. They are perfect!! Thank you Lina & Hip2Save!!

  6. shireen

    I tried this with frozen mangoes too..turned out yummy and did not need much milk

  7. Sheri

    I’m eager to try this! Thank you so much for sharing! 🙂

  8. renay

    We’ve done bananas with a bit of cocoa powder and no milk. Perfect treat!

  9. Jessica

    Does canned coconut milk work? When I use that do I separate the cream first? Maybe Collin knows, I’m doing the Whole30.

    • CarlyB

      On the whole30, you only use canned coconut. The coconut milk in the carton has preservatives.

    • CarlyB

      Oh, and I’m sure the canned would work just fine. You could use just the cream from the coconut milk, but I just shake the can to blend it back together and use it that way.

      • Jessica

        Thank you so much!

    • Teryn

      Making your own coconut milk without preservatives is super easy! Look it up on you tube. Once you make it you will never go back!

      • Beverly

        I second this! It’s cheap, it’s easy and you avoid the bpa that is in the lining of the can.

  10. Joy

    You can do this with ripe, frozen bananas too. Sooo yummy.

  11. Spring

    One question: does it need to be frozen or i can add ice in blender to make it cold?

    • Laurie

      You can trial and error it. I like it frozen so you dont have to add any extra water, just the coconut milk! 🙂

  12. Mary Killough

    if you can use canned pineapple chunks, how much would you use?

    • mel

      For this recipe, I would recommend skipping the canned. The taste and texture is a zillion times better using a fresh pineapple.

  13. Alita

    This is one of my favorite smoothie, I call this piña colada. the only difference is that I add 1 scoop of protein powder

    • Heather C

      GREAT idea Alita since all my kids are carb addicts. Thanks for posting 😋

  14. Laurie

    This is SOOOO good. We have made it so many times since the last time it was posted. Thanks for the recipe!!

  15. Laurie

    Has anyone tried this recipe using regular milk?

  16. Amber

    Seems totally swypo for Whole 30 but I’m still going to make it this Saturday as a Valetine’s Day treat. 🙂

  17. Mary

    COLLIN, I love the spoon on the picture =) Where can I possibly buy a set? Thanks.

  18. merrypenny1

    Spoon in the picture is nice. Collin, may I ask where to buy one?

  19. Mar

    I mixed this with mango and pineapple, two of my favorite fruits! Also used regular milk because bf is allergic to coconut and added two scoops of protein powder. This is our new favorite go to morning shake. We absolutely loved this, thank you!

  20. Maureen

    Can I make this ahead of time and keep it in the freezer for a few hours and then serve?

    • nadine CHAPPUY

      hello, did someone answer your question? I was wondering.It’s rather awkward to leave your guest to prepare dessert at the last minute, not knowing how it will turn out!
      Nadine

  21. Sha

    Has anyone tried this with Almond milk?

  22. SG

    What a great Idea!

  23. Michele

    Can we use Almond milk???

  24. Susan

    I’ve made this before with low fat almond milk for a lighter version. Turned out super yummy

  25. Brandi

    I am not sure where she got hers but look up Bamboo handle in a search for flat ware…

  26. Leslie

    If using bananas..how many do you need please?

  27. Donna

    I love this. I used coconut cream and a large pineapple and had difficulty blending so much at once especially as the pineapple had frozen in large chunks and the coconut cream was hard from being in the fridge overnight. Next time I’ll be careful to keep the pieces separated when freezing. I added some coconut milk to loosen everything and eventually got it to blend. I swirled it with some blueberry nice cream and added pieces of fresh pineapple, strawberry and blueberries on top to make a parfait. My guests loved it. I concur this wouldn’t be as good with canned pineapple.

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