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Pineapple Whip

This is a twist on the popular pineapple whip that you (or your kids) may have tried. Now you can make it home, and a little healthier!
Course Dessert


  • 2 cups frozen pineapple chunks see note
  • 1 cup frozen sliced overripe banana or room temp overripe banana; must be overripe
  • 1/3 cup of non-dairy milk of choice preferred choices: coconut cream from a can, vanilla soy or cashew milk; use a touch extra if needed to blend, see note
  • 1/4 tsp vanilla bean powder optional, can omit
  • small pinch salt optional
  • 2-3 tsp pure maple syrup to sweeten if desired, can omit


  1. Add all ingredients except maple syrup to a blender (high-powered is optimal). Pulse to get moving, and then begin to puree to blend. Add extra milk if needed. Once fully pureed and smooth, taste, and add the sweetener if desired. Serve, or transfer to the freezer for an hour or more to set a little more firmly and then serve.

Recipe Notes

  • Pineapple Note: Another delicious option is to substitute frozen mango, either in part or full. Try 1 cup each at first, then if you love it, try next time with the full 2 cups! You may want to add more maple syrup with mango.
  • Banana Note: Similarly, if you aren't fond of bananas, try mango as a substitute to blend with the pineapple
  • Milk Note: Depending on your blender and whether using a room temperature banana, you may need less/more milk. Blend and add milk as needed. Just be patient, let the blender get moving, and don’t overdo the milk initially.