The 2-Ingredient Grocery Hack That Makes Me Feel Like I’m at Disney World
Have you ever come across a new concoction while playing around in the kitchen that blew your socks off? This two-ingredient kitchen hack has changed my morning routine and given me nostalgic Dole Whip vibes straight from Disney World.
When I was 8 years old, I discovered Disney’s Dole Whip for the first time and my eyes instantly lit up. The frosty treat is a creamy, sweet pineapple soft-serve. After my first trip, I recall talking about it for months after — it was that good. I’m so happy that nearly 12 years later I can have something that resembles it for breakfast in my very own home.
During an attempt to get through a big can of pineapple juice that I had left over from a night of margaritas, I decided to put it to use in my morning breakfast. Combining both Chobani plain Greek yogurt and Dole canned pineapple juice, I was able to have a revitalizing jumpstart to my day in seconds!
How to Make This 2-Ingredient Dole Whip-Inspired Treat
Even though there are only two ingredients needed to bring this summer-ready yogurt to life, the ways you can serve this treat are endless. Fold together one cup of yogurt with a few tablespoons of pineapple juice, then top things off with fresh fruit, granola, agave, dried fruit, nuts, and seeds for extra flavor and texture.
The creamy mixture is straightforward to make and a quick snack worth remembering. When picking out your choice of yogurt, it’s essential to look for something on the thicker side, like whole-milk yogurt, Greek yogurt, or cashew yogurt.
If you’re looking for the frozen experience you would get from a real Dole Whip, try freezing the pineapple yogurt for about 30 minutes or until the yogurt becomes thick. Be sure to enjoy this as a quick frozen yogurt on a hot day. Finally, one of my favorite things is to pour the pineapple yogurt into popsicle molds with sticks and add in chopped fruit like berries, kiwi, and pineapple.
If you’re notorious for skipping breakfast or are looking to add a new recipe to your breakfast repertoire, then whip up this two-ingredient take on the Disney World treat.