Pineapple Orange Whip is one dreamy tropical-tasting dessert you’ll wake up wanting for breakfast.
Is it breakfast, or is it dessert? In appearance, texture, and flavor, it could play both fields. A citrusy delight, Pineapple Orange Whip has an irresistibly creamy texture. It may look like yogurt, but it’s light and indulgent. Everything you want for dessert… and breakfast.
But you’re an adult and you do what you want. What you want is to make this dreamy four-ingredient Pineapple Orange Whip and eat it whenever you damn well please. Marshmallows, Cool Whip, pineapple orange juice concentrate, and a smidge of coconut oil come together to make one positively dreamy dessert (or breakfast).
I don’t know if you knew this already, but marshmallows are magic. When melted, those puffy masterpieces transform into the lovely adhesive that binds the tart, tangy pineapple orange juice concentrate and the Cool Whip together. The resulting flavor is like a tropical orange creamsicle, with a beautifully smooth and creamy texture that feels light and refreshing.
The Whip is divine as a stand-alone dish, but some crushed graham crackers add a delightful contrast. You could also dress it up with the addition of a few fresh berries.
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Pineapple Orange Whip
- Non-stick pot
- 1 teaspoon coconut oil
- 25 large marshmallow or approximately 1/2 a 12 ounce bag
- 1 8 ounce tub of Cool Whip
- 6-7 ounces pineapple orange juice concentrate or approximately 1/2 a 12-ounce can
- Bring a 12 ounce can of pineapple-orange concentrate to room temperature.
- Heat a non-stick pot over medium-low heat. Add 1 teaspoon coconut oil and 25 large marshmallows. Stir frequently, until completely melted. This will take around 10 minutes or so. Be patient, as low and slow is the way to go here.
- Once the marshmallows are completely melted, add 6 (or 7) ounces of the room temperature pineapple orange juice concentrate. (Seven ounces will provide more tartness). If the marshmallows start getting stringy in appearance when you add the juice concentrate - don’t panic! Once the concentrate heats up both ingredients will combine smoothly.
- After the marshmallows and pineapple orange juice concentrate have completely combined, remove from heat and transfer to a lidded container. Let cool to room temperature.
- Once cooled, add in the Cool Whip, folding until completely combined. Refrigerate for at least 4-5 hours or overnight.
- Scoop and serve topped with graham crackers for a pleasing crunch.