Pineapple Sherbet Dole Whip
I wanted a dessert inspired by Disneyland’s Dole Whip so I referenced the Dole site and gave their recipe a try. I must admit, it just wasn’t perfect for what I was looking for, so I continued to gather inspiration. Given I have an ice cream maker, I decided one thing that would make this super easy for a dinner party was to use it and make my dessert the day ahead. I decided on a pineapple sherbet recipe with a little adaptation. This turned out perfect. The taste is just like a Dole Whip at Disneyland. It had wonderful pineapple flavor and felt like the perfect end to our summer Adventureland dinner menu. I loved that it wasn’t too heavy or creamy for a warm evening after our big meal. I have made this Pineapple Sherbet Dole Whip recipe with the pineapple juice concentrate as called for but also with a mixture of juices such as pineapple, orange and guava as the store doesn’t always carry pineapple alone. It tasted great with both versions.
Pineapple Sherbet Dole Whip Recipe
- 1 cup vanilla yogurt
- 2 cups milk
- 1 container pineapple juice concentrate (thawed)
- 3 tbsp sugar
- Combine all ingredients in a blender and process until smooth.
- Pour mixture into prepared ice cream maker tub and freeze for 25-30 minutes.
- Remove from ice cream maker and put into a freezer safe bowl and freeze until ready to serve.
- When ready to serve, remove from freezer about 3-5 minutes ahead of time to allow the sherbet to soften for serving.
Note: you can use other blends of pineapple juice if unable to find just pineapple alone in the freezer section. I have used pineapple, orange and guava and it's delicious.
Recipe adapted from Cuisinart recipes included with ice cream maker.
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