Swirly homemade frozen strawberry Dole Whip!
If you’ve never tried Disney’s Dole Whip before, you are in for a real treat!
After I shared my pineapple version a few years ago – the homemade Pineapple Dole Whip Recipe – I’d always planned to try more flavors.
This past month, I finally got around to trying a strawberry Dole Whip recipe and was shocked to find that this homemade strawberry Dole Whip is just as delicious as, or maybe even more delicious than, the classic pineapple version!
There’s no banana in this recipe, and it can be dairy free, egg free, gluten free, soy free, and completely vegan!
Still craving ice cream? Make this Coconut Milk Ice Cream
Strawberry Dole Whip Recipe
- 1 cup sliced frozen strawberries (120g)
- 1 cup frozen raspberries, or additional strawberries
- 1/4 cup milk of choice or canned coconut milk
- 1 1/2 tsp sugar or sweetener of choice, or pinch uncut stevia
- 2 tsp lemon juice
- 1/16 tsp salt
- Strawberry Dole Whip Recipe: Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Scoop out and eat OR put in a plastic bag and freeze ten minutes, then cut a hole in the bag’s edge and squeeze out in a swirl. (Or you can use a yonanas machine if you have one – I used the bag method.) The addition of lemon might sound strange, but it really makes the recipe!View Nutrition Facts
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Carrie (This Fit Chick) says
Oh my gosh, how freaking delicious, Katie! love the POP of color!
Does this work even if you don’t have a Vitamix? I’d love to try but not sure my blender can handle recipes like this.
I’ve made the pineapple version in my blender and it was fine. It has the milk so that helps blend it all together.
I used a food processor and it was fine. I did let the frozen strawberries sit for 15 minutes or so on the counter so the processor could chop
It does. Add a little extra milk and then just throw it in the freezer a little longer
Georgia Bak (@georgia_bak) says
Yummy…!!!Actually, that made me want to go to the shop in the afternoon and buy some strawberries and raspberries..!! 😛
Sara K. says
This looks so yummy! Despite many visits to Disney World over the years I’ve never tried a Dole Whip. Never even noticed them for sale! We are going this year and I intend to try one 🙂
I have a question for you regarding this recipe. What do you consider “uncut stevia”? I purchase Sweet Drops which is a liquid stevia, but I don’t think that is what you mean.
Uncut stevia is just another way of saying pure stevia – like, stevia without any other ingredients but stevia in it. Liquid stevia will have another ingredients in it to make it into a liquid consistency, so it won’t be uncut.
I think you can still use it though! You’ll just need a bit more than in its uncut form.
You can use the NuNaturals packets whenever she calls for uncut stevia too. Just go by whatever the amount of sugar listed is. So if it says uncut stevia or 2 tbsp sugar, use 2 packets of nunaturals stevia https://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/stevia-conversion-chart/
Never had the dole whip at Disney either, also never saw them for sale! We were there this past March and I was even looking for it and never saw them 🙁 I don’t know where they’re hiding!
At the Tiki bar near the Jungle Cruise ride.
i wondered exactly which stevia was meant as well
Natalie @ Feasting on Fruit says
Holy hot pink yumminess!!! This looks delicious! Yes the dole whip concept definitely needs further flavor exploration 😉
I loved the Disney lemon dole whip! This is wonderful!
Wow. IT looks super Yummy!!!! I want to try it, soon!!!
Julie @ WolfItDown says
This looks too delicious Katie! The colour is so vibrant 😀
Next time, you can try and swirl both this and the pineapple one together, I bet that would make for a killer combination 😀 x
Ilona @ Ilona's Passion says
I love the idea of coconut milk + strawberries. Looks so good!
Looks delicious! Just curious about the nutrition facts… Since its 17 calories per serving and this makes 5, it seems like the whole thing should be about 85 calories. However, all of the frozen berries I’m looking at (even unsweetened) look to be about 90 calories per cup, which would make this recipe at least 40 calories per serving (for 5). Regardless,
I’ll be trying it because it looks delicious! Just wondering if there Is there something I’m doing wrong with my ingredient search! 🙁
I imput gram measurements for the berries and Silk cashew milk into calorie count and came up with something similar to Katie’s numbers.
You and your calculations are annoying
Jennifer Stevens | Adventurous Appetite says
I LOVE Disney Dole Whips!! Going to have to make this when the weather warms 😉
Lindsey @ Simply Lindsey says
This recipe looks so delicious!! I’ve never tried dole whip but have always wanted to!
I am a huge fan of the pineapple dole whip recipe on your site so I’ll try this one for sure!
Thanks for this wonderful recipe. I will make it when I get all the berries!
Just made it for breakfast instead of my usual banana soft serve. DEELICIOUS! 🙂
I would love to do these for a party . Does it work if you make them a few hrs ahead and then let defrost a bit
Karen Wood says
I have never had dole whip. Sounds like I should make some!
Mickie Bair says
cannot share ANY of this stuff on facebook..you give the damn option but no post box to click..so I am unsubscribing..good bye
Unofficial CCK Helper says
Your comment makes no sense. The posts can definitely be shared on facebook. I do it all the time. Why do you think they can’t be shared?
Christine (The Raw Project) says
Wow, looks wonderful! Thanks!
This looks like such a refreshing treat! Oh! The healthy chocolate frosting reminded me: I made your Reese’s Pieces peanut butter frosting and I cannot get enough of it! Peanut butter’s a favorite 🙂
Hey Katie, have you heard about the idea that’s going around the blog world to use chickpea liquid as an egg replacer? I first saw it on another vegan blog j follow, but apparently it was first done in a cookbook called Ten Talents from the 1960s! I love your recipes and would love to see what you could come up with using the idea. 🙂
I mad this but I added peaches that were frozen.
Teresa Moore says
I just found this recipe and I had the ingredients on hand. I just made this and I used vanilla almond milk. Thank you so much! Been looking for something healthy yet yummy for my sweet craving!
oh my god Katie, this looks delicious! Loved your pineapple one last time, can’t wait to try this!!
Lisa @bitesforbabies says
This looks so fresh and delicious!!! I love strawberries! I made a 3-ingredient vegan ice cream the other day (for the kids) and I ended up eating most of it myself, lol!
I’ve just found your website! There are so many options for me!
I have a very strict diet thanks to IBS and Celiac Disease, and I am usually at a loss for desserts, so keep’em coming!
Hey Katie!! I LOVE your blog! I am on it at least every other day 🙂 I am a plant-based blogger over at VegAnnie.com and would totally love to work with you someday!! But the reason for this comment is I’m wondering what tool you use to get the swirl effect from the dole whip? When I pour straight from my blender it looks nothing like these gorgeous photos 🙂 Thank you!!!
Unofficial CCK Helper says
It says in her post she used a plastic bag.
This looks super yummy! But.. Is it a huge difference without the lemon? Or something to substitute or good to subtract? I’m allergic to them 🙁
Ashley ~ 3 Little Greenwoods says
I have a little secret… the pineapple Dole Whips aren’t my favorite but THIS recipe looks amazing! Pinning and sharing!
Thanks so much!
This recipe is AWESOME!!!! 🙂 It is also very YUMMY!
This looks great! I’m gonna have to try this. Pinning now.
Can I just say that this picture is beautiful! I so want to eat that! I love strawberries!
Laura B says
Just made this today! wow delicious…
love your blog, katie. to those who do not have a powerful mixer or ice cream maker but want their ice cream in less than 10 minutes here is how, use the double baggie method. it works. and it is fast
do you think it would work with blueberries? I’ve been in a huge blueberry phase lately.
Made this with mango and strawberries. It was so good.
Does it freeze well?
Want to try your recipe, but really need it in front of me when making. Why don’t you have a printable recipe or print button?
Unofficial CCK Helper says
All of her newer recipes are printable. As for older ones, just paste the text into a word document. Easy!
I can make the Strawberry Dole and not blow my low-carb diet! Yummy!
emily baker says
it tasted so great! but mine was more of a milky red not a vibrant red like the picture, because of the milk (I guess), I have made strawberry slush with water and strawberries and its that color red. not this time. why?
Does the original recipe call for Stevia or can you replace it with sugar and it still be good? I have never used stevia before.
Unofficial CCK Helper says
You can definitely use sugar here!
Could I use regular milk instead of coconut milk, we have coconut allergies in my family.
The recipe says “milk of choice”
Calm down. You probably just mismeasured something. Or got anemic strawberries. Mine looked pretty much exactly like the photos.
I find these comments interesting. Yours was too thick, another commenter said hers was too thin. Mine was just like the picture. Maybe it is a question of how juicy the strawberries are. So strange!
This recipe was very tasty! I halved it and used 1 cup of frozen strawberries, skim milk (I am not vegan), and 1 packet of Truvia as my sweetener. I really like this recipe and probably preferred it to the pineapple version on your site, though that one was also good. I was not able to achieve the gorgeous red color you show in your pictures, but my finished product was a lovely dark pink.
Hi, I never can find a “Print” button on your recipes; am I missing it somewhere? Thanks!
Julie Dove says
All of her recipes posted after 2015 have a print button 🙂
Has anyone made this in an ice cream machine?
I love strawberry anything. This treat sounds simple and delicious. I’m going to make it this weekend.
Can you freeze this for later? If so will it freeze solid or remain ice cream consistency?
heidi roedel says
can you use fresh berries instead of frozen?
Jason Sanford says
Sure but you need to freeze them first so the dole whip is cold.
Omg this is amazing… can you do a mango dole whip one by chance I have tried and it just doesn’t taste as good so I need a better recipe ok maybe I just need a professional Lol
CCK Media Team says
Ooh mango sounds delicious! Maybe try mango in place of the pineapple in her pineapple version?
Can I use canned coconut cream?
CCK Media Team says