Tropical Pineapple Mango Dole Whip

  • Prep 5 mins
  • Total 24 hours
  • Easy
  • Serves 4

TIP: If your whip is too cold, warm slightly with your hands for a minute. This recipe can also be scooped if you want to skip the piping step.

TIP: It is important to check the temperature of your base. For best results, ensure that your base is between 9°F and -7°F before processing.

Pineapple Mango Dole Whip Recipe

Dole, the company that sells frozen fruit, first introduced Pineapple Mango Dole Whip as a way to turn frozen fruit into a delicious frozen treat. Then, in 1986, the treat was introduced at the Enchanted Tiki Room at Disneyland. Soon after, long lines could be seen with Pineapple Mango groupies waiting to get a taste of their favorite frozen treat.  The frozen treat is so popular that it even has its own Wiki page.

What is Dole Whip?

Pineapple Mango Dole Whip is like pineapple mango ice cream – with a twist. It is a soft-serve ice cream that combines the tropical flavors of pineapple and mango. This creamy and tangy treat has become an obsession for some people because the fruity tartness combined with creaminess is so good.

What’s in Dole Whip?

Dole pineapple whip ingredients can vary, but most people who make it use frozen pineapples and mango, along with mango pineapple juice and unsweetened coconut milk. To create that deep flavor, people add pure vanilla extract. Others use vanilla ice cream instead of coconut milk. For an extra tangy vegan alternative, you can use Vegan Lemon Vanilla Ice Cream.

When to Serve Pineapple Mango Dole Whip

The best time to serve Pineapple Mango Dole Whip is…NOW. And why not? You can start the frozen treat right now and 24 hours later, dive into a treat so delicious that it has its own cult following. But if you’re not ready to make this scrumptious ice cream treat now, you can serve it at an upcoming function, a party, as dessert for dinner or on any special occasion.

3 Tips for Making Pineapple Mango Dole Whip

While making Pineapple Mango Dole Whip is easy and fun, there are a couple of things to keep in mind as you’re doing it. Here are two tips that will make your frozen treat even more delicious.

TIP #1

You don’t have to go fancy and pipe the whip as the recipe calls for. If you don’t have a piping bag – or if you just want to eat it without all the fluff – just scoop the whip into a bowl. And if you do pipe it but find that the whip is too cold to properly go through the piping bag, hold it for a minute or so in your hands and it will warm up.

TIP #2

To ensure that your whip is as good as it can be, check the temperature of your base before processing it. For the best results, keep your base temperature between 9 degrees F and -7 degrees F before placing it in the processor.

How to Make Pineapple Mango Dole Whip

If you’re ready to taste this tropical treat, it’s time to learn how to make Pineapple Mango Dole Whip. Here’s everything you need to know.

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  • 1 cup Dole® Frozen Pineapple Chunks
  • 1/2 cup Dole® Frozen Mango Chunks
  • 1/2 cup Dole® Pineapple Mango Juice
  • 1/4 cup unsweetened coconut milk
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract


  • Blender
  • Step 1

    In a blender, combine all ingredients and blend until smooth.

  • Step 2

    Pour base into an empty CREAMi™ Pint. Place storage lid on pint and freeze for 24 hours.

  • Step 3

    Remove pint from freezer and remove lid from pint. Place pint in outer bowl, install Creamerizer™ Paddle onto outer bowl lid, and lock the lid assembly on the outer bowl. Place bowl assembly on motor base and twist the handle right to raise the platform and lock in place.

  • Step 4

    Select SORBET.

  • Step 5

    When processing is complete, remove sorbet and place into a piping bag with a star tip. Pipe into a small ice cream dish starting in the center and working upward in circles.