Disney shared its famous Dole Whip recipe β€” and it only requires 3 ingredients

Just a few days after Disney released the recipe for its famous churros, the company decided to share yet another iconic recipe with fans: the one for its signature Dole Whip.

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On the Disneyland app, Disney Parks shared the three-ingredient recipe it uses to make the famous treat so people can enjoy it at home until the parks reopen. Evidently, all you need to make your own Dole Whip is vanilla ice cream, pineapple juice, frozen pineapple and a blender!

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According to Disney’s instructions, all you have to do is combine the three ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. For that signature Dole Whip swirl, use a star-tipped piping bag to put your blended mixture into bowls.

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Though some of the Disney Parks recently began serving flavored Dole Whips, Disney has only shared the recipe for the original pineapple flavor so far.

Thankfully, Disney fans don’t seem to mind that they only have one variation to work with.

“This is a blessing,” one person wrote in response to the recipe.

“Welp. Dole Whip time,” another person added.

So far, people who have put the recipe to the test have had success.

“Made the [Dole Whip] ice cream from Disney!! Didn’t come out looking the same but was pretty tasty!!!” one amateur chef said.

“Did the Dole Whip. Great success,” another user wrote along with photos of their concoction and Dole Whip socks.

If you enjoyed this story, then check out this Burger King recipe released by the company.

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