You Can Now Get the Disney Dole Whip at Grocery Store

A Pineapple Dole Whip makes a return during the Orange County FairAllen J. Schaben/Getty Images

The Dole Whip dessert has been a signature Disney menu item since it was introduced at Disney World back in 1984. Not long after in 1986, it honorably arrived in Disneyland. The fan hype was loud and obvious—this summer staple was a total hit. Created to help combat the summer heat in both Florida and California, this pineapple concoction quickly gained iconic status. It’s almost impossible to visit a Disney park and not partake in a swirly bite.

But now it’s time to celebrate. Why, you ask? You can now buy Disney Dole Whip at the grocery store to enjoy in the comfort of your own home. Hallelujah!

You’ll Be Able to Get Three Flavors of Dole Whip at the Store

While the majority of us have been living off of Disney’s homemade Dole Whip recipe since it dropped, it looks like we’re finally being given what we’ve always wanted. Not only are we being rewarded with the classic tart-but-sweet pineapple flavor that put Dole Whip on the map, but a pair of other fruity flavors as well.

Yes, that’s correct. According to Disney’s latest press release, you’ll be able to experience Dole Whip in three sensationally tasty flavors very soon: pineapple, strawberry and mango. This tropical trio will have us coming back again and again, I’m sure. Imagine sitting out on your deck in a comfortable chair with the sun shining and the breeze blowing through your hair as you shovel spoonfuls of luscious strawberry into your mouth… absolute heaven! Maybe if we’re lucky, they’ll add their Halloween Dole Whip flavor for the spooky season.

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When Can I Get ‘Em?

Young Lady poses with Disney Dole Whip in the Anaheim Theme ParkAllen J. Schaben/Getty Images

Currently, there is no set date. The items are being premiered at Expo West in California and will hopefully find a place in your local freezer section sooner rather than later. Keep an eye out and grab ’em as soon as you see ’em. They’re about to make this summer oh-so-sweet and fruity!

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A staple both in the parks and at Disney resorts, Mickey waffles are the ultimate morning pick-me-up. Recreate the magic at home with this recipe from No. 2 Pencil. The secret? Using a Mickey Mouse Waffle Maker to imprint that iconic design. Don’t forget the powdered sugar! Take a look at these directions on how to make them.

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Inspired by: Churros

Hold on to your ears because Disney shared its OFFICIAL churro recipe. Yep—this recipe comes straight from the big man, err, mouse, himself. As an added bonus, it’s made with pantry staples you likely have on hand. Want to make some more magic at home? Check out a Disney+ subscription. It has all of your favorite films in one place!

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Inspired by: Mickey Beignets

Grab a stack of napkins—you’re going to need ’em! This copycat Disney treat from Picky Palate couldn’t be simpler. You need just three ingredients. (Plus a Mickey Mouse cookie cutter, of course!)

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Inspired by: Little Red Wagon Corn Dogs

You won’t have to wait in line to get one of these bad boys. These corn dogs are hand-dipped, battered and fried right at home. Pass the mustard, please!

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Inspired by: Be Our Guest French Onion Soup

You’re definitely going to want to tie a napkin ’round your neck before tucking into this delicious meal. This soup features the same savory flavors as the one served at the Be Our Guest restaurant. Speaking of Beauty and the Beast, check out these Disney movie copycat recipes.

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Inspired by: Mickey Krispie Treats

Whether you pick one covered in candies, sprinkles or some other sweet topping, Mickey krispie treats are a classic park snack. Magical Treats at Home shows us how to recreate ’em in the comfort of your own kitchen.

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Inspired by: Blue Bayou Monte Cristo

Snagged a coveted reservation at Blue Bayou? Lucky you! For the rest of us, there’s this copycat Monte Cristo. The only thing missing is the powdered sugar sprinkle. Round out your meal with these New Orleans-inspired recipes.

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Inspired by: Woody’s Lunch Box S’more French Toast Sandwich

You’ve got a friend in this French toast. Filled with chocolate and marshmallow—and dipped in graham cracker crumbs—this sweet breakfast is reminiscent of the one found at Woody’s Lunch Box. You can also learn how to make the Totchos and Grilled Cheese from Toy Story Land.

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Inspired by: Gaston’s Tavern Cinnamon Rolls

You’re going to need Gaston’s appetite to devour one of these fresh-from-the-oven cinnamon rolls. Now if only we had a LeFou’s Brew to go with them…

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Inspired by: Funnel Cakes

No trip to a theme park is complete without a funnel cake, and Disney is no exception. This simple recipe will help you create the deep-fried favorite at home—but don’t stop there! Go ahead and get creative with your toppings. Whipped cream, fruit, cookies, ice cream—anything is fair game!

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