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2 Ingredient Pineapple Whip (Dairy-Free)

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
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Comments 234

  1. Ronald Peck Aragon

    I am joining this discussion way late in the game but just to add that Coconut milk is much better that any dairy milk many weight trainers recommend it…just saying

    • sdgk

      That’s what she recommends above.

  2. paula

    I use almond milk and ice cubes when I forget to freeze the pineapple…I’ve also used peaches

    • 78Brownie

      I was thinking of an alternative to coconut milk (allergies.) IDK which would taste better vanilla soy or almond. Oh the choices!

      • kay

        I personally like vanilla almond milk more than soy.

        • 78Brownie

          Thanks Kay

      • Helen

        Both are great..just depends on your preference, or you can try Cashew

      • Helen

        Sorry Brownie, Christine is correct about the Phytoesyrogen. I should think before I comment. I do not use Soy anymore.

        • 78Brownie

          Thanks Helen!

      • Melanie

        Soy is an endocrine disruptor and is more than likely genetically modified ( which presents a host of other issues). If you want to go healthier, never use soy anything unless they soy has been fermented.

        • 78Brownie

          VERY interesting things to consider. I can’t do coconut milk. Just not worth it. When I make this (there will be a time), I should try an almond milk. It sounds safest so far. I never tried lactaid

          • Gail Kilman

            Just be sure to check the contents of the almond milk you choose. My daughter bought some without checking contents & later discovered there was coconut in it! My son-in-law had a reaction because he’s allergic to coconut, which is the only reason she found out there was coconut in some almond milk. I’m not sure which brand it was…

          • Amethyst

            Blue Diamond is the best almond milk I’ve ever tried and it’s not so expensive either.

        • Ann

          You are right.

  3. Christine

    Be careful with soy due to phytoestrogen contents and allergic conditions

    • Shan

      Soy also does not freeze well. It separates.

    • Helen

      Your right Christine..” I forgot about the Phytoesytrogen.”

  4. Sima

    sounds and looks amazing! can i uce canned pineapple?

    • Lynn

      I would use the frozen chunks you can get in the freezer section of your grocery store.

  5. Karen

    Anyone skin oranges and freeze them? Raspberries? I’m going to try that!

  6. Dotti

    While the healthy, fun for the whole family thing is great, for a girls night treat, try adding some coconut rum. YUM!

  7. judee@ Gluten Free A-Z Blog

    Lisa,
    I’ve had this in Disney and loved it, and i’ve seen it all over Pinterest! It’s on my to make list. Pinning it.. thanks

  8. Ali

    OMG! Thank you!!! This has been the simplest and easiest one ive looked up!:) i would definately recommend this site

  9. Jay

    Real Pineapple Whip is from Arkansas and made without any milk like products but good luck getting the recipe from any of the vendors! Lol! This is an awesome alternative! 🙂

    • Mary

      I had it last year in Hawaii on the Dole Pineapple plantation and was told it originated on the pineapple plantations? Who knows! But it’s yum. Going to try this.

  10. Femi

    Thank you! I just made this with unsweetened almond milk and it is so good! My family asked me where I bought it

  11. cindy

    Coconut milk from a can or a carton?

    • Amy

      Canned coconut milk is very creamy- carton coconut milk is very watery- depends on what you prefer ( personally I would prefer creamy, but that’s me)

  12. elsie12791

    Do you need to serve this right away? If you whip it up ahead of time (say a couple of hours), will it begin to get watery from the frozen pineapple “thawing”?

  13. williams

    what do yo mean by frozen pinapple

  14. williams

    thanks for helping me

  15. Pamela

    This is truly an awesome light luscious refreshing dessert

  16. Andria

    Is canned coconut milk ok?

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Yes I’m sure that will be yummy 😀

  17. Emily

    Real dole whip is lactose free, gluten free, and fat free. This is not the real stuff.

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