This Dole Whip Pineapple Jell-O Mold is a light and fluffy version of the beloved Dole Whip that your whole family will enjoy.
I know, I thought I was making Dole Whip treats as well.
But then it was 98F outside and I wanted something light and sweet.
A reader commented that they were surprised I didn’t turn Dole Whip into a Jell-O mold yet.
And I was like yes!
Why have I not done that?
Because the Jell-O shots were awesome.
So is this by the way.
Thank you readers for suggesting I make this.
The Pacific Northwest is going through it’s chilly in the morning but then hot later on phase of summer.
It’s our last transition before fall.
So just a few more summer inspired treats coming your way.
Though really you can (and I will) eat this Dole Whip Pineapple Jell-O Mold year round.
You can make this in either a 9-x-13-inch pan or a Bundt but I usually go Bundt.
But I know some people worry about it coming out of the mold.
I do suggest lightly spraying some baking spray in the mold if you go that route.
I then take a paper towel and remove any of the extra build up the spray left.
Places like Walmart and Winco usually have the Island Pineapple Jell-O.
If you can’t find it at a store there is a link for where I buy it on Amazon.
Between Jell-O molds and Jell-O shots this household buys a lot of Jell-O.
If you don’t want to buy the soft serve ice cream powder I suggest adding an extra teaspoon of vanilla to the mix.
Though you won’t have that ice cream flavor.
Last but not least…it’s a great time to pre-order my cookbook. 😀
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- Dissolve Jello in pineapple juice.
- In a mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese and vanilla until fluffy.
- Stir in Jello and beat until smooth. I usually put it in the blender to fully mix.
- Add pineapple, Vanilla Soft Serve Mix, and soda and mix until incorporated.
- Chill the mixture in refrigerator for about 30-40 minutes, so that when you lift it with a spoon it is clumpy.
- Fold in the Cool Whip and mini marshmallows.
- Pour into a 9-x-13-inch pan or Bundt pan.
- Refrigerate for 3-4 hours or until firm.
- If serving in pan, will make about 16 squares for 9-x13 pan or about 8 for a Bundt.