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This Weight Watchers Dole Whip recipe is the perfect indulgent dessert that you can easily blend together on a hot summer day. You’ll want to add this tasty treat to all of your favorite healthy recipes!

If you have been to your favorite Disney Park, or peg yourself as a Disney fanatic, you know that a pineapple dole whip treat is THE BEST way to cool down on a hot day! With our incredible homemade dole whip, you’ll be reminiscing about your days at Walt Disney World – only without the long lines or sounds of the Enchanted Tiki Room!

Spoiler alert! This simple recipe packed with flavor will magically bring you back to Aloha Isle in The Magic Kingdom or to your favorite Disney theme park. Our homemade dessert is a great way to bring the magical flavors of the famous dole whip of Disney parks and Disney resorts right to your kitchen for a tasty treat.

dole whip in claar glass with pineapple garnish and text for pinterest

Finding tasty treats that align with the Weight Watchers points program can be tough if you are trying to stay within your personal points range. The end of the week rolls around and you just want a healthy sweet treat that won’t push you over your limits, it happens to us all. This recipe will fit in perfectly with your weight watchers program without skimping on the flavor.

You don’t have to wait for your next trip to Disney, our at-home dessert is the real thing and so much more flavorful than soft serve ice cream or homemade vanilla ice cream. Our Weight Watchers Dole Whip will help you stay within your smart points range while enjoying a delicious healthy treat with simple ingredients packed with a big dole whip taste!

Where’s the recipe?

Here at My Crazy Good Life we write our recipes so that anyone can follow them. We love it when our readers feel comfortable, confident, and successful in the kitchen. The post below has detailed instructions, recipe tips, and Weight Watchers point information.

If you’d like to skip past the ingredient details, recipe tips, nutritional and healthy eating guides, simply scroll down to the bottom where you’ll find the easy to print this Weight Watchers Dole Whip recipe.

Ingredients in Weight Watchers Dole Whip

Frozen ingredients work best in the recipe! If you don’t have frozen ingredients, use ice in the food processor or blender.

  • Fresh pineapple: Fresh pineapple really packs the pineapple flavor into the whip. Frozen pineapple can also be substituted.
  • Low-fat Milk: Almond milk can be substituted to provide a dairy-free alternative that is also lower in points!
  • Bananas: Bananas add a pinch of sweetness without any additional added sugar.
  • Ice
milk in a clear glass bowl, whole banana, and a whole pineapple on a white countertop

How to make a Weight Watchers Dole Whip in the Food Processor

Our delicious Dole Whip is an easy recipe to make and enjoy. With a few simple steps and healthy ingredients, you’ll be enjoying this cold delicious pineapple treat without having to own an ice cream maker!

As a delicious dessert alternative, you’ll be able to enjoy this healthy dole whip recipe from the comfort of your own home. This is a recipe that you and your family will be making for a long time to come!

  1. Measure out milk. Pour into the bottom of the food processor. If you don’t have a food processor, a high-speed blender will still do the trick with extra blending time.
  2. Roughly slice large chunks of fresh pineapple and place in the food processor or blender. If you have time to freeze the pineapple, do that first!
  3. Peel and mash bananas. Place in food processor. Again, if you have time to freeze these first it’s best.
  4. Blend in the food processor until ingredients are combined and no large pineapple chunks remain. If your ingredients were not frozen, go ahead and add ice to your food processor or blender until you get the consistency you’d like. Once the pineapple chunks are gone, you have found the right consistency.
  5. Serve within 24 hours for best results and taste. Place in an airtight container and chill in the refrigerator.
collage showing how to make ww dole whip

Recipe Tips

  • This recipe can easily be made dairy-free by substituting low-fat milk for almond milk. Use the same amount of milk listed in the recipe.

Weight Watchers Points

Weight Watchers Note: Over time there has been a rule about blended fruit and counting those for points. Please check the current plan to see if this is an issue.

This Weight Watchers Dole Whip recipe is: 2 Blue Plan Points | 2 Green Plan Points | 2 Purple Plan Points.

The points for the new 2022/2023 points plan is 2. To get this down to a zero point recipe, use unsweetened almond milk.

By substituting almond milk, you can cut your points in half. With this recipe modification your points are only 1 Blue Plan Point | 1 Green Plan Point |1 Purple Plan Point.

Still using Freestyle Points? This recipe has 3 freestyle points.

Looking for other delicious Weight Watchers dessert recipes?

There’s a lot of great Weight Watchers recipes here for you to try. Here are a few of my favorite ones:

two dole whips in clear glass with pineapple garnish on the cup and around the base
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Weight Watchers Dole Whip Recipe

Created by: Becca Ludlum
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Approximate Serving Size: 2 cups
Servings 2
This Weight Watchers Dole Whip recipe is cold, creamy, and packed full of pineapple juice flavor!


  • Vitamix Blender


  • ¾ cup milk lowfat
  • 1 ½ cups pineapple
  • 1 banana frozen is best!
  • 1 cup ice more or less depending on your preferences


  • Measure out 3/4 cup of milk. Pour into the bottom of the food processor. If you don't have a food processor, a high-speed blender will still do the trick with extra blending time. ¾ cup milk
  • Roughly slice large chunks of fresh pineapple and place in the food processor. 1 ½ cups pineapple
  • Peel and mash 1 whole banana. Place in food processor. 1 banana
  • Blend in food processor until all ingredients, including ice, are combined and no large pineapple chunks remain. Once the pineapple chunks are gone you have found the right consistency. 1 cup ice
  • Serve within 24 hours for best results and taste. Place in an airtight container and chill in the refrigerator.


2022/2023 Points: 2 if using lowfat milk, 0 if using unsweetened almond milk. 


Calories: 184kcal | Carbohydrates: 41g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 0.2g | Cholesterol: 4mg | Sodium: 45mg | Potassium: 582mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 29g | Vitamin A: 220IU | Vitamin C: 23mg | Calcium: 141mg | Iron: 1mg

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  1. Unless you are a rebel like me, technically you are supposed to count the points for blended fruit.

    1. Judi Gott says:

      I never understood that rule…..

      1. Christine says:

        5 stars
        I don’t know why, but turning carbs into a liquid has a greater impact on the bloodstream. I heard this from a diabetes educator

      2. Apparently the fiber in the fruit gets completely broken down in a blender and then doesn’t do the same job in your body and that’s why you should count it as points. Also pineapple is one of the more sugary fruits so be cautious about how much you eat that you don’t count as points. Hope this is helpful.

    2. You eat this with a spoon, so the fruit is zero. It’s when you drink blended fruit in a smoothie that it is pointed.

      1. Meagen Brosius says:

        That is what I was figuring as well! I will update and make a note so others know that they have to decide for themselves if they’ll count the pineapple or not :) Thanks for the reminder everyone!

  2. Judi Gott says:

    5 stars
    I never understood that rule…..

  3. Pineapple is free only the milk will count if left chunky. Excellent will try for sure

  4. Cindy Firmin says:

    The recipe doesn’t say it, but shouldn’t this be frozen? The dole whips at Disneyworld are frozen. Am I missing something?

  5. This is actually 10 smart points not 3. Check the box for this is a drink in the recipe builder.

    1. 5 stars
      Hi Jennifer,

      We actually discussed this in the comments above and I have noted in the post itself so people are aware that if they blend this thin enough to drink through a straw they need to count the points for the fruit! I personally don’t count the points for the fruit when I’m eating the recipe with a spoon which I noted in the comments and post. I’m sorry if it was confusing for you!

  6. Should you freeze the pineapple first? I found another similar recipe but it was frozen pineapple and non fat yogurt, but I wasn’t wanting the yogurt taste even though it would be 0 smartpoints.

    Also for those not understanding why you don’t need to count the fruit, on the weight watchers website it specifically states you only need to count fruit and vegetables if they are being blended into a DRINK or a SAUCE. The reason is it’s empty calories and not keeping you full. If you AREN’T blending it to complete smoothness like in a drink/smoothie/shake you still have the fiber which counters out the sugar. If you are eating it you also are using it to curb hunger and burn calories while chewing. You burn less calories drinking. This is also why in many sauce recipes they use crushed tomatoes rather than premaid tomato sauce as a base because crushed tomatoes still have some of the fiber and can be counted as 0 smartpoints. The point of this rule is to encourage you to not just drink your calories and to make sure you eat them and chew them up. Icecream requires chewing and it is considered a snack so you are using it to stay full. If I didn’t end my night with my healthier “Nice”cream I would probably run to the chips. I’m always hungry a couple hours after dinner.

    1. Meagen Brosius says:

      Hi Lindsey,

      You can freeze the pineapple if you want! It would certainly be more of a frozen treat that way. I leave mine chunky no matter if I freeze the pineapple or not but I’d bet freezing the pineapple would make this even better for the summer!

      Also, thanks for the notes on the drinks / WW points! It’s definitely been something that has come up on several occasions here and I always try and explain my reasoning for the points calculations as best I can. Never hurts to have as much info as possible on the subject :)

  7. I’m going to try making a WW friendly DIY Dole Whip recipe (original from Dole site), but will substitute with plain NF Greek Yogurt and add a banana. I have a Vitamix blender, but should work in a food processor too.

    1 cup ripe DOLE® pineapple, chopped and frozen
    1 ripe DOLE® Banana, peeled and frozen
    2-1/2 teaspoons powdered sugar (may use sugar substitute of your choice)
    1/2 cup unsweetened coconut milk (will substitute 1/2 cup non-fat plain Greek yogurt, Fage is my favorite)
    1 teaspoon lime juice

    1. Anonymous says:

      Read again and it says to use frozen pineapple.

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