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Light Pineapple Whip is a great choice for a cold treat.
Today, we have a special guest post from Kate over on KateMovingForward! This recipe looks absolutely delicious!
Hey there! I’m Kate and I blog about my imperfectly healthy life over at KateMovingForward. On my site you’ll find recipes, healthy living tips, motivation, my own weight loss journey and my little family’s adventures in West Michigan. My readers love my practical and “real” approach to healthy living and I think you will too!
I grew up in a small town that has a yearly festival celebrating turtles. Yes, turtles! The next town over has a festival celebrating strawberries. There are “settlers” festivals nearby too. Basically every small town in Indiana has a trademark festival that is a wonderful excuse for the town to come together, eat fair food, play games, ride a ferris wheel, and generally feel like a kid again! One treat I love to eat at those festivals is a pineapple whip. They are the perfect cool treat with just the right amount of sweetness!
My sister is the one that actually shared this recipe with me and I am so glad she did! While a pineapple whip you eat at a fair may have a lot of high calorie ingredients making it tasty, this recipe boasts a few simple ingredients to make up it’s cool goodness!
All you need is coconut milk, frozen pineapple, and a bit of honey! Seriously, that is all! You can use some coconut flakes as a garnish if you’re feeling fancy, but overall this recipe is seriously easy and delicious!
And that’s it! This cool treat is perfect to slurp on a hot summer day. And now you don’t have to wait around for the next small town festival to enjoy this light pineapple whip!
Enjoy this tasty recipe from Kate!
- 2 Cups Slightly Frozen Pineapple, 1 15oz Can or Fresh Sliced
- 1 Cup Coconut Milk
- 1 Tbsp Honey
- Defrost your pineapple for 30 seconds-1 minute, just so it is not rock solid! Combine all ingredients in a blender and process until smooth. (You may need to add a couple ice cubes to help "thicken" it up if your pineapple whip feels runny.)