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Copycat Dole Pineapple Whip

It's creamy, pineapple soft-serve that's swirled high in a plastic parfait cup or used in a tropical soda float, and it's divine enough to make you forget that your nose is sunburned and you totally wore the wrong shoes for Disney and you swear you're being followed—not by a hitchhiking ghost, as the Haunted Mansion would have you believe—but by a kid who will never, ever stop screaming.

Ah, vacation, right?


Since we can't just hop on the monorail any day of the week and order a Dole Whip—and we don't live close enough to the Dole Plantation in Hawaii, where it's also sold—we set out to make one ourselves. One that wouldn't require an ice cream maker, either.

Turns out, it's a lot easier than you think. We followed the same basic premise as our no-churn ice cream, but instead of using heavy cream, we whipped up a frozen banana, pineapple and coconut milk with our sweetened condensed milk.

If you're vegan—or just not that crazy about sweetened condensed milk—you could always substitute it with a can of cream of coconut. Just scrape out the hardened coconut cream and whip that with an electric mixer until light and fluffy, then blend in the other ingredients.

Leave it in your freezer for a few hours, and you've got a creamy, scoop-able dessert that's every bit as satisfying as the real thing.

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