Sunday, April 24, 2011

Copy Cat Recipe using Food Storage: Pineapple Ice Cream--from Disney Land

I don’t have an inside track to Disney recipes, and I don’t work for Dole.  I do love the Pineapple ice cream that is served by the Enchanted Tiki Room at Disneyland.  Whenever I go to Disneyland I make sure to eat my fill and then for months afterward I think.  “I wish I had some of that pineapple ice cream!”  Well I now can eat it whenever I want. 

When you make this recipe if you don’t have pineapple juice concentrate you can substitute 2 cans of crushed pineapple that has been pureed in your food processor until smooth.  But the pineapple juice concentrate really punches up the pineapple flavor. 

To those of you who are purists.  Yes I know that the ice-cream at Disneyland is dairy free.  This recipe is not.  I have no idea how to make it this creamy and still dairy free.  I think there must be lots of chemicals used.  

This recipe uses one of my new favorite things Whipped topping made from THRIVE instant milk. Yes you can make great ice cream from dry milk.  Who knew?

Dole Pineapple Ice Cream –From Disneyland

1 can frozen pineapple concentrate.  Do not dilute.
2 tablespoons lemon juice
2 tablespoons lime juice
1/3 cup sugar

1 recipe Whipped Topping made from THRIVE instant milk (don't make it until after the juice has has frozen)

In a large (1 gallon)  heavy duty zip top bag place pineapple juice concentrate, lemon juice, lime juice, sugar, seal.  Squish to mix well.  Freeze 1-1/2 hours or until slushy. Gently stir in whipped topping  until slightly blended. Return to freezer until completely frozen, about 1 hour and serve.

Whipped Topping—made from THRIVE instant milk
    * 1 t vanilla extract
    * 1⁄2 c thrive powdered sugar
    * 1⁄2 c thrive instant milk, prepared and chilled
    * 1⁄2 c ice water
Combine ice water and powdered milk in bowl and beat for 10 minutes. Add powdered sugar and vanilla, continue to beat until thoroughly blended. Chill.

*This works best in a stand mixer with whip beaters. If mixture begins to fall, beat again.
 Notes:  MUST use THRIVE instant powdered milk and not the standard dry milk variety.

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