Pineapple Whip Snack or Dessert was originally published on The Produce Moms®
Cool off this summer with this sweet Pineapple Whip, a nutritious treat that brings sunny sky and placid beaches to mind.
Your kids will love this creamy freeze with breakfast, during school, or as an afternoon snack, or serve as dessert after dinner. It’s easy to whip up and serve! It requires just three ingredients, which you might already have in the kitchen.
How To Make Pineapple Whip
This tasty treat tastes like it is straight out of a tropical vacation. But there’s no need to board a plane to find it. It’s easy to make in your own kitchen! For the proper consistency, you’ll also need a food processor or blender to whip it together.
This Pineapple Whip doesn’t contain any added sugar. Rather, its delightfully sweet flavor comes from the combination of pineapples, coconut milk, and orange juice, all of which contain their own natural sugars.
Using coconut milk rather than regular dairy milk makes this recipe dairy-free, too. These ingredients also load this recipe with nutrients like vitamin C and antioxidants, both immune system boosters that will help give your kids a healthy end to the school year.
Serve pineapple whip it with a spoon to scoop up every last bit. If you plan to take your Pineapple Whip to go, pack it in a thermos along with an ice pack to keep it cool inside the lunchbox.
Pineapple Whip Snack or Dessert
Combine pineapple, coconut milk, and orange juice in a blender or food processor and blend until smooth and airy, 2-3 minutes.
Transfer to a storage container and freeze until ready to eat.
Mixing Up Your Whip
Our Pineapple Whip is a treat your family won’t get tired of — especially because you can swap out the flavor to keep it interesting! Instead of pineapple, try blending peach slices or mango chunks into this whip. Get even more creative and try combinations like strawberry and kiwi slices. The variations are as limitless as your imagination! Also try banana or berries, my favourites!
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