Healthy Dole Whip Recipe
Craving a healthy frozen treat? Replace the high calories of ice cream. There are only two ingredients in this skinny dole whip recipe. It fits perfectly on your WW plan and is a great healthy dessert.
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2-Ingredient Dole Whip Recipe
Let’s be honest, the Dole Whip is one of the most popular desserts at Disney World. It’s basically one that you shouldn’t pass up when you visit. So when I was trying to create WW-friendly recipes, I wanted to recreate this one for sure. And guess what? A 1/2-cup serving of this Dole Whip is ZERO WW Smart Points! Now that’s a dessert I can enjoy.
This is a yummy Weight Watchers dessert and healthy frozen treat that will replace the high calories of ice cream.
Even though pineapple is typically a summertime fruit, this Dole Whip tastes refreshing any time of year – even in the cold of winter. In fact, I like to enjoy it and imagine I’m on a beach somewhere.
I used one bag of frozen pineapple and unsweetened almond milk. Yup, just those two ingredients.
If you are on WW or counting calories, please be careful and purchase the unsweetened almond milk. I suggest you buy the original flavor, not the vanilla. The vanilla almond milk didn’t taste exactly right in my Dole whip.
You don’t need any extra sweeteners. The pineapple is sweet enough on its own.
Health Benefits of Dole Whip
Pineapple is one of the healthiest fruits you can eat. It has enzymes that help ease digestive problems and is full of immune system-boosting vitamin C. Plus, it’s packed with disease-fighting antioxidants and can even help your body suppress inflammation (which can help ease the symptoms of arthritis).
Unsweetened almond milk is amazing for you too! It’s high in protein and low in calories. This little smoothie makes a healthy breakfast option or is a good idea if you are craving something sweet.
Best Blender For Smoothies
My favorite blender is the Ninja Professional. It will last you a really long time and doesn’t take up very much space on your countertop. If you want a single-serving blender, I suggest the NutriBullet system. You can take your Dole Whip with you on the go. If you use a smaller one like the bullet, then you will need to cut the recipe in half first.
How To Store Leftover Dole Whip
This Dole Whip won’t maintain the same texture very long in the refrigerator. I suggest enjoying it fresh, as soon as you make it.
Dole Whip Recipe
- blender or emersion blender
- 16 ounces frozen pineapple
- 1 cup unsweetened almond milk
- Place the entire bag of frozen pineapple in the blender.
- Blend on high in 30-second intervals until no large chunks of pineapple are left.
- Add 1 cup of almond milk and blend on high until creamy and smooth, about 3-5 minutes.
- Serve immediately.
More Healthy Desserts
If you want more healthy dessert ideas, try one of these. They are some of my favorites!
Can you freeze it