This Weight Watchers Dole Whip recipe will bring back all the childhood memories you forgot about. It’s a sweet treat that you don’t have to go to Disney to enjoy! Make this lighter version at home today!
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What is a Dole whip?
If you aren’t Disney crazy you might not even know what a Dole whip is, right?! Dole whips were actually created by the Dole company in the 80’s. It’s a non-dairy soft serve style ice cream that is made with fruit flavors and blended smooth.
There are actually a bunch of different flavors but the pineapple flavor is the one most people recognize and love. It’s still served today across the Disney resorts and amusement parks!
Can you only get Dole Whip at Disney theme parks?
Some time ago that might have been true but in fact, it’s a fairly popular product for Dole and any restaurant can license the product. That being said, it’s also possible to make your own delicious Dole whip creations at home!
If you are like me and you want to be able to enjoy this sweet treat on Weight Watchers, try out my recipe listed below for a lighter, more WW friendly version.
What do I need to make this Weight Watchers dole whip recipe at home?
You will need the following ingredients, make sure you check the card below for full amounts and nutritional info!
We will be using frozen, chopped pineapple, vanilla ice cream, and pineapple juice! That’s it. It’s a super easy recipe that you can adjust the thickness of depending on how you want to enjoy this recipe.
I like to eat them with a spoon so I add slightly less juice and refreeze if necessary to get the right consistency. For those of you who want more of a dole pineapple milkshake consistency just pop a straw in there and enjoy this one as is!
how to make a dole whip milkshake:
This is a really easy recipe to make for Weight Watchers (and just for a sweet treat). You will just add pineapple and juice to a blender, add in the ice cream, and then pulse until frozen pineapple is mixed in well.
You can continue to blend until you have a thick milkshake consistency. Add more pineapple juice if needed.
We like to serve these immediately for milkshakes or pop them back into the freezer for a bit if we want to eat it like soft serve!
Garnish with fresh pineapple if desired, it looks cute and doesn’t add too many extra points to your myWW plan!
How many Weight Watchers points are in this recipe?
You can choose to count the fruit however you like. Some people will argue that it needs counting because it’s blended.
We chatted with WW about a nice cream recipe and found out that 1/2 cup of blended fruit is fine, if you are pureeing or blending more than that one serving you need to count the fruit more like a juice and less like food!
I count this recipe as follows:
Each batch of this recipe makes 2 good sized servings. If the points are too high for you just make this into 4 smaller sized servings!
- Blue Plan: 8 Points per serving
- Green Plan: 8 Points per serving
- Purple Plan: 8 Points per serving
Looking for some other delicious Weight Watchers dessert recipes?
Here are some of my other favorite dessert recipes that you can make on any of the myWW programs.
Printable Weight Watchers Dole Whip Recipe:
- 2 cups frozen, chopped pineapple
- 1 cup vanilla ice cream
- 1⁄2 cup pineapple juice
- Add pineapple and juice to blender.
- Add in ice cream.
- Pulse until frozen pineapple is mixed in.
- Continue to blend until you have a thick milkshake consistency.
- Add more pineapple juice if needed.
- Serve immediately.
- Garnish with fresh pineapple if desired.
8 points on any of the myWW programs.
Amount Per Serving Calories 252Total Fat 8gSaturated Fat 5gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 2gCholesterol 29mgSodium 56mgCarbohydrates 45gFiber 3gSugar 37gProtein 3g
As with any of our recipes, carb counts, calorie counts, WW points and nutritional information varies greatly. As a result, your nutritional content depends on which products you choose to use when cooking this dish. The auto-calculation is just an automated estimate and should NOT be used for specific dietary needs.