How to make Disney’s famous Dole Whip at home

The "Dole Whip," highly recommended by Local 6 anchor Matt Austin, is a delicious frozen pineapple ice cream dessert. It can be found at Aloha Isle in the Magic Kingdom and the Polynesian Resort's Captain Cook. Try it with pineapple juice as a float!

After parks closed in California and Florida, the last place to order Disney’s Dole Whip from was at the Polynesian Village Resort in Orlando.

It wasn’t very long after until the Walt Disney Company made the decision to close all resorts, thus Dole Whip being served no more.

Now, Disney is sharing the recipe for its famous Dole Whip with guests.

According to Deseret News, the Disneyland app sent a notification with the recipe for how to create a “frozen pineapple treat."

The recipe calls for one big scoop of vanilla ice cream, four ounces of pineapple juice, and two cups of frozen pineapple. Blend it all together until smooth, serve in a cup and try to mimic Disney’s signature swirl.

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