Homemade Disneyland Dole Whip. New Music From Högni.



I’ve never been to Disneyland, but evidently the Dole Whip is a huge favorite there.

I can see why.

This refreshing, light and creamy treat is the perfect pick me up on a hot summer day. With only two ingredients, it couldn’t be easier to throw together a batch. Mouse lovers and others will thank you.

For an adult version, try adding a splash of rum. Yum.


Homemade Disneyland Dole Whip

Ingredients:

4 cups (16oz/450g ) small chunks frozen Pineapple
1 cup (8oz/225g) low fat coconut milk (can also use almond or regular)

Directions:

1. Place the coconut milk and pineapple into a food processor or high powered blender.

2. Blend until the consistency becomes creamy, stopping several times to scrape down the pineapple.

3. Serve immediately when the mixture is smooth.

Serves 4

Recipe from Bigger Bolder Baking

A few years ago I was absolutely obsessed with ‘Goodbye July’ by Hjaltalín. Orchestral moves crashing into pure pop….it still makes my heart sing.

So, I was psyched when I saw that Högni, formerly the front man of Hjaltalín, has a new single out.

And it’s awesome.

As intriguing as his past music, “Komdu Með” which is part of an Icelandic period piece examining two locomotives Minør and Pionér, blasts some spaceship enterprise into a bleak landscape that could easily be soundtrack material. It’s haunting and dark. I’m sure glad we have some sunny Dole Whips to lighten things up.

Check out Högni on Facebook. You can buy his music here.

Cheers!

About I Sing In The Kitchen

Music obsessed cooking freak whipping up fab food one song at at time.
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