Creamy Frozen Pineapple Drink + More Easy Low-Calorie Blended Drinks
Lisa here! In case you missed it, Taco Bell recently started selling a Pineapple Whip Freeze drink that tastes a little bit like Disney’s famous Dole Whip. I tried it and decided to make a DIY swap that tastes a lot better and has a fraction of the calories. The key ingredient (besides pineapple): Pineapple Crush Singles to Go! It sells out fast on Amazon, so grab it while you can, or get it as part of this variety pack -- feel free to experiment with those other flavors too. Out of stock? Try the Sunkist version!
Entire recipe: 120 calories, 2.5g total fat (2g sat fat), 60mg sodium, 24g carbs, 2.5g fiber, 18g sugars, 1g protein
Green Plan SmartPoints® value 6*
Blue Plan (Freestyle™) SmartPoints® value 6*
Purple Plan SmartPoints® value 6*
5 minutes or less
Half a packet Pineapple Crush Singles to Go drink mix
1/4 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
3/4 cup frozen pineapple chunks
1/2 cup crushed ice (about 4 ice cubes)
3 tbsp. light whipped topping
In a tall glass, dissolve drink mix in 1/2 cup cold water. Add milk, and mix well.
Transfer mixture to a blender. Add pineapple and ice. Blend at high speed until smooth, stopping and stirring if needed.
Add 1 tbsp. whipped topping to the bottom of your glass. Top with half of the pineapple mixture and 1 tbsp. whipped topping. Repeat layering with remaining pineapple mixture and the remaining 1 tbsp. whipped topping.
MAKES 1 SERVING
HG Alternative: If you can’t find Pineapple Crush Singles to Go packets, use the version by Sunkist.
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