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Celebrate Disney’s 100th birthday from home with 10 Disney-inspired recipes from DOLE

In honor of The Walt Disney Company’s century of wonders and Disney’s 100th celebration, DOLE has reintroduced ten of its most popular recipes inspired by Disney characters and some of the best foods on offer at Disney parks.

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Fruit Distributors partnered with Disneyland in 1976 as sponsors of Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room, and began serving the beloved pineapple to theme park guests by 1984. Of course, DOLE Whip is now a staple of any Disney park visit, especially for Guests who are vegetarians or have dietary restrictions, but did you know that DOLE has also worked alongside Disney to design healthy food campaigns?

In fact, DOLE just reissued ten of Attraction Magazine’s best fan recipes for creating delicious, nutritious meals with a touch of Disney magic, or even bringing home Walt Disney World favorites like DOLE Whip and star Wars: Galaxy Edge Blue Tatooine milkshake using coconut milk and frozen banana. For example, this at-home DOLE Whip recipe uses 1 cup frozen, ripe pineapple, 1 frozen, ripe, peeled banana, 1/2 cup unsweetened coconut milk, 2 1/2 tablespoons powdered sugar, and 1 teaspoon lime zest. juice.

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You can prepare Disney yourself as follows:

directione:

  1. Combine all ingredients in a blender or food processor.
  2. coverage; Mix until smooth, about 2-3 minutes.
  3. Garnish with fresh pineapple and serve immediately.

NBFor best results, freeze fruit in airtight containers.

Other recipes included in the guide include Ariel-inspired Shrimp and Pineapple Thingamabobs (sliders), Fudgy Coco Cake Pops made in honor of Moana (2016) from Te Fiti, a cool fruit stack from Mike Wazowski, lightsaber-shaped Frozen Fighter Pops using real fruit juice and natural food dyes, Cinderella’s glass-blown vegan tea sandwiches, and a hearty winter soup released in celebration of Frozen II (2019), though it’s garnished with toasted hazelnuts, so it really should be honoring Mother Gothel, right?

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Plus, DOLE also includes two recipes created to celebrate Mickey and Minnie’s 90th birthday, Gosh-Golly-Gee PB & J Smoothie, and Steamboat Willie Green Apple Waldorf Salad. These are perfect to enjoy this month, when the Disney Parks blog celebrates B Masterpieces of Mickey and Minnie Mouse As part of the 100 Years of Wonders celebrations!

Find the complete recipe guide for Disney’s DOLE Dinner here to eat your way to the healthiest, happiest person on earth! Which will you try first?