Homemade Protein Dole Whip Weight Watchers: A Healthier Twist on a Classic Delight
Satisfy your sweet cravings while maintaining a health-conscious approach with our Homemade Protein Dole Whip, a Weight Watchers-friendly take on the classic tropical treat. Packed with protein and bursting with pineapple flavor, this delightful concoction offers a guilt-free indulgence that aligns with your wellness goals.

Smart Ingredient Choices
Crafted with a mindful touch, our Homemade Protein Dole Whip features smart ingredient choices to create a delicious and nutritious dessert. Utilize frozen pineapple, Greek yogurt, and a protein powder of your choice to achieve the perfect balance of sweetness and health-consciousness.

Frozen Pineapple Base
Incorporate frozen pineapple chunks as the primary ingredient for your Dole Whip. The frozen pineapple not only brings the iconic tropical flavor but also provides natural sweetness without the need for excessive added sugars.

Greek Yogurt Creaminess
Add Greek yogurt to the mix to achieve a creamy and luscious texture. This choice introduces a protein boost, making your Dole Whip a more satiating and nutritious treat while keeping the points in check.

Protein Powder Boost
Choose a high-quality protein powder to enhance the protein content of your Dole Whip. This smart addition not only contributes to muscle recovery but also makes your dessert a more well-rounded and satisfying option.

Minimal Sweeteners
Opt for minimal sweeteners or natural sweeteners like honey or agave syrup, if necessary. The goal is to keep the added sugars at a minimum while ensuring the sweetness level meets your taste preferences.

Blending Brilliance
Blend the frozen pineapple, Greek yogurt, protein powder, and sweeteners to perfection. The blending brilliance results in a smooth and velvety texture, reminiscent of the classic Dole Whip experience.

Smart Portion Control
Serve your Homemade Protein Dole Whip in reasonable portions to practice smart portion control. This approach allows you to relish the tropical goodness without exceeding your daily SmartPoints.

Serving Suggestions
Garnish your Dole Whip with fresh pineapple slices, a sprinkle of coconut flakes, or a drizzle of chocolate sauce for an extra layer of indulgence. Whether enjoyed as a refreshing snack or a guilt-free dessert, this Homemade Protein Dole Whip brings the joy of a tropical getaway to your table in a health-conscious and delightful manner.

Conclusion: Protein-Packed Tropical Bliss
In conclusion, Homemade Protein Dole Whip Weight Watchers edition offers a protein-packed and tropical bliss with smart ingredient choices and points-friendly considerations. With frozen pineapple freshness, Greek yogurt creaminess, and a commitment to smart points, this dessert invites you to savor the sweetness of a classic treat without compromising your wellness journey. Make it a regular feature in your dessert repertoire, celebrating the satisfaction that comes with this Homemade Protein Dole Whip—a perfect blend of tropical delight and health-conscious indulgence.

This Homemade Protein Dole Whip is a healthy protein packed Disney-Inspired Dole Whip Ice Cream! This healthier twist on the classic Dole Whip from Disneyland can be made at home using the Ninja CREAMi and is packed with protein so it’s a filling and super refreshing!
Makes 4 servings

If you’ve ever had the infamous Dole Whip at Disneyland, then you are going to LOVE this protein packed take on this classic recipe! This Homemade Protein Dole Whip in the Ninja CREAMi is a creamy, flavorful, WW-friendly treat that gives you that Disneyland nostalgia, and helps cool you down on a hot summer day!

What is the Ninja Creami?
The Ninja™ CREAMi™ transforms frozen solid bases into ice cream, sorbets, milkshakes, and more at the touch of a button. That’s right! The Ninja’s Creamify™ technology enables the CREAMi™ to break down a uniformly frozen block into an incredibly smooth, creamy texture in minute!!

I bought myself a Ninja Cream from Amazon and it’s a GAME CHANGER! Now..I know it’s another appliance but I will tell you it is much different than any appliance you may have used to make ice cream! For example, a blender can struggle to crush up ice and nuts, the CREAMi blasts through it with ease.

What ingredients do I need to make this Homemade Protein Dole Whip in the Ninja CREAMi?
Pineapple chunks– canned or fresh
Pineapple juice– from can
Vanilla pre-made shake – I like to use Fairlife vanilla protein shake or Vanilla Premier Protein
Sugar free vanilla instant pudding – used to thicken the ice cream. You can find it on Amazon HERE.
Milk -for the re-spin. I recommend using whole milk-skim and unsweetened almond milk doesn’t contain a lot of fat which makes the ice cream more icy than creamy. If you are wanting a creamy ice cream than I recommend using 1 Tbsp of whole milk.
Author: thepounddropper.com
Makes 4 ( 1/2 cup) servings

2 WW Points® per serving

PREP TIME 5 minutes


TOTAL TIME 5 minutes

1/2 cup pineapple chunks, fresh or canned
1/2 cup pineapple juice, fresh or from the can
1 cup vanilla shake – I like to use Fairlife vanilla protein shake or Vanilla Premier Protein
1 Tbsp sugar free vanilla instant pudding
Milk, of your choice for the re-spin
Blend all the ingredients in the regular blender and pour into your Ninja CREAMi pint container.
Close the lid and freeze on a level surface in the freezer for 18-24 hours.
Remove the container from freezer.
Plug in and turn on the Ninja CREAMi. Install the container until it snaps in place. Twist the handle to the right to raise it into position.
Push the lite ice cream button.
After the machine stops, hold the release button on the left of the motor base and twist handle clockwise to remove. Open the lid and stir the dole whip.
If the mixture is not creamy but crumbly, add a tablespoon of milk into the middle of the mixture. Put the pint back into container and twist up to lock into position and push the re-spin button.
Scoop and enjoy!

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