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Disney has always been known for their pineapple sweet treat, a simple, yet delicious concoction; the Pineapple Dole Whip.
I am certainly not trying to ruin the magic of the Dole Whip for you but to give you a little background, The Dole Whip is made from a pineapple-flavored dry mix that consists of dried pineapple juice and stabilizers it is then combined with water and frozen and voila! Dole Whip.
Not as magical as you thought it would be huh? Well, it’s still the most popular and sought after treat in Disney.
The Dole Whip is both dairy free and vegan making it the perfect snack on a hot and humid Orlando day for many Disney guests.
Lately, we have seen a number of fun twists on this traditional treat. And that, is what we are talking about today. All the Dole Whips of Walt Disney World and where you can find them.
Traditional Dole Whip
Aloha Isle is the the most popular place to get the Dole Whip in Magic Kingdom. The traditional Pineapple Dole Whip cup, Vanilla Whip which is vanilla soft serve or a Dole Whip Swirl which is pineapple and vanilla swirled together can be yours for $4.99 or guests can try a Dole Whip float served in pineapple juice for $5.99.
These Dole Whip options can also be found over at Disney’s Polynesian Resort at Pineapple Lanai.
Additional places where the Dole Whip can be found around property? Marketplace Snacks in Disney Springs, The Drop Off pool bar at Art of Animation and Everything Pop at Pop Century.
The Citrus Swirl and several variations of it, is available at Magic Kingdom and is the traditional pineapple Dole Whip served with either orange juice concentrate in slushy form or vanilla served with the orange juice slushy. A new version debuted in 2018 that is Orange Dole Whip served swirled with vanilla soft serve and served with orange soda. There are several other variations of this treat also available exclusively at Sunshine Tree Terrace.
Pineapple Upside Down Cake
My personal favorite pineapple version of the Dole Whip can also be found at Aloha Aisle in Magic Kingdom. The Pineapple Upside Down Cake is a delicious and moist serving of traditional pineapple upside down cake with Pineapple Dole Whip swirled on top. If guests are looking to try a little something different, give this little gem a try for $6.99.
Hei Hei Cone
Also at aloha aisle, for a limited time guests can get a Dole Whip inspired by everyone’s favorite crazy chicken. The Hei Hei Cone is a blue colored cone filled filled with a layer of Pineapple Dole Whip, raspberry soft-serve and little sugar eyes and a red sour candy ‘comb’ on top for $5.29.
In addition, you can also get the Raspberry Dole Whip or traditional Pineapple Dole Whip OR a swirl of both in a float served on top of pineapple juice! This isn’t on the menu but is an off the menu option for something different! This is the same price as the Dole Whip float.
The Lost Princess Cone
Another temporary treat currently available at Magic Kingdom. This purple colored cone is filled with lemon soft serve and can be found at Storybook Treats for $5.29. The cone is dotted with edible flowers as well to emulate Rapunzel’s hair.
Up Themed Adventure is Out There Cone
Also for $5.29 over at Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies, my favorite temporary cone is available. The UP cone is a blue colored cone filled with mango soft serve and topped with an adorable white chocolate piece covered in candy coated chocolate candy. This is my favorite code currently available at Magic Kingdom.
Heart of Te Fiti Cone
This is not the first appearance of the lime treat as it debuted in Magic Kingdom in 2018 in the form of the Peter Pan Float but the lime has arrived at the Polynesian and is now available at Pineapple Lanai. For $5.29 you can get your own Heart of Te Fiti and eat it too. A lime colored cone filled with lime soft serve and topped with a gorgeous purple flower.
Dole Whip Margarita
The Dole Whip marg is currently available at the Polynesian at the resort’s Barefoot Pool Bar and will also soon be available at the Oasis Bar and Grill. I am not really seeing the dole whip because from what I have seen and read and heard, there is no actual pineapple in this margarita as Disney switched it for lime so it goes along with the Heart of Te Fiti, and Disney is adding Corazón Blanco Tequila. For $12.50 this drink can be yours and it even comes with a spicy chili lime seasoning (tajin) around the rim. drink includes the tajín rim—a spicy chili lime seasoning.
I’m not saying this won’t be good but it really is just a frozen margarita. Come on Disney, give us the pineapple margarita, give the people what they want.
New in Disney Springs, over at Wine Bar George, we give you the Froscato. Similar to a Frose this has vodka and moscata (not Dole Whip, but definitely worthy of a mention), Also at Wine Bar George, you will find the Dole Whip Mimosa, a blend of moscato, pineapple juice and prosecco.
Simba’s Sunset Dole Whip
New to Disney’s Animal Kingdom for a limited time to celebrate the live action version of Disney’s The Lion King is Simba’s Sunset Dole Whip. Traditional Dole Whip served with a watermelon and cherry syrup. This can be found at Tamu Tamu
Traditional Dole Whip and Dole Whip With an Adult Twist
Also at Tamu Tamu is the traditional Dole Whip. Did you know you can get your favorite pineapple treat at Animal Kingdom? You can and you can also get it with either dark or coconut rum for an adults only treat perfect for those hot and humid summer days at Disney!
Traditional Dole Whip at Tamu Tamu is $4.99 and the adults only versions are available for $8.50 each.
We have our fingers crossed that there are more Dole Whip options coming to Walt Disney World and are really hoping for a guava or passion fruit float option to join the ranks as well!
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