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cleanfoodcrush.com · May 29, 2016

Frozen Whipped Pineapple


We need to talk about this today!

You know the stuff they serve at Disneyland?

I swear this is JUST as good!

You won’t believe how simple it is to prepare

4 – 6 servings

Ingredients:

  • 5-6 cups frozen pineapple chunks (let thaw a teeny ‘tiny bit before blending…maybe 3 minutes on the counter, we still want it frozen…just not SOLID
  • 1/2 – 1 cup COLD unsweetened almond milk, or COLD coconut milk (I used coconut milk today ) Start with 1/2 cup liquid and continue adding while blending until desired consistently is achieved.
  • You can use a touch of sweetener if you choose (raw honey, stevia, pure maple….you really don’t need a lot! A few drops will do…raw honey tastes the best with pineapple). I do NOT use any sweetener, and each one of my children love it!

Directions:

  1. Blend everything in a high-powered blender until desired consistency.
  2. I used a low setting, stopping several times to stir, in order to get it to process. I use a blentec blender. If your blender is not high powered, then try a food processor…or just be very patient with it. It will work!
  3. Optional: Add a few fresh slices of Pineapple on top!

Now stop everything, & go make this for all of your people today!!!

-Rachel

Print Frozen Whipped Pineapple

Ingredients

  • 5-6 cups frozen pineapple chunks (let thaw a teeny 'tiny bit before blending...maybe 3 minutes on the counter, we still want it frozen...just not SOLID :)
  • 1/2 - 1 cup COLD unsweetened almond milk, or COLD coconut milk (I used coconut milk today ) Start with 1/2 cup liquid and continue adding while blending until desired consistently is achieved.
  • You can use a touch of sweetener if you choose (raw honey, stevia, pure maple....you really don't need a lot! A few drops will do...raw honey tastes the best with pineapple). I do NOT use any sweetener, and each one of my children love it!

Instructions

  1. Blend everything in a high-powered blender until desired consistency.
  2. I used a low setting, stopping several times to stir, in order to get it to process. I use a blentec blender. If your blender is not high powered, then try a food processor...or just be very patient with it. It will work!
  3. Optional: Add a few fresh slices of Pineapple on top!
4.4.2.1 http://cleanfoodcrush.com/pineapple-whip/ Copyright 2014-2016 - CleanFoodCrush - Rachel Maser - CleanFoodCrush.com

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