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4.4lbs x 1 pack @ $ 23 95 ($0.34 / Ounce)

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Servings: 89 servings - 1/2 cup portions (when mixed with 2 liquid gallons)

Flavor: Pineapple

Available Flavors: Lemon, Mango, Orange, Pineapple, Raspberry, and Strawberry

Shelf Life: 12 months in dry state

Dairy and Gluten FREE

Unit Sold By: Bag (4.4 lbs)

Ingredients:
Sugar, Dextrose, Stabilizers (Cellulose Gum, Xanthan Gum, Locust Bean Gum, Guar Gum, Karaya Gum, Pectin), Coconut Oil, Contains 2% Or Less Of Each Of The Following: Maltodextrin, Citric Acid, Natural & Artificial Flavor (contains Pineapple Juice Powder), Modified Food Starch, Malic Acid, Beta Carotene (Color), Mono & Diglycerides, Silicon Dioxide (Anticaking).
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1380 grams of sugar

EDIT: 1780 grams of sugar (3.92 lbs)
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1380 grams of sugar

EDIT: 1780 grams of sugar (3.92 lbs)
That's it? Count me in for 10!
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1380 grams of sugar

EDIT: 1780 grams of sugar (3.92 lbs)
Divided by 89 servings.
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Soft serve machine not included.
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I've bought bags of Dole whip before and it comes out perfect if you have an ice cream maker. Mine was about $250 so it's not like this bag and you have Dole whip. I've had to be refunded for torn open bags damaged in shipping on multiple occasions.

The price is low for Amazon (usually ~$28/1 bag) but when buying food products from Amazon where expiration dates of stock can vary and quality of packaging matters, I would rather buy from a more established third party sellers.
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This stuff is great, only have to add water and whips up wonderfully in our Kitchenaid ice cream mixer attachment. Reviews on the Amazon listing have the perfect instructions for DIY.
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Great stuff. But the machine which will cost another hundred bucks
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I think I remember the orange from Disney when I was a kid. Point me to the machine I need!
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I think I remember the orange from Disney when I was a kid. Point me to the machine I need!
Cuisinart ICE-100 does a nice job. You have to eat it fresh because it will freeze into sorbet in the freezer after 8 hours or so.

Warning. I take perfect, consistent Dole whip seriously:

Measure 4.5oz dry Dole whip powder (weight it, scoops are inaccurate) to 2 cups tap water makes 4 generous servings.

For perfect consistency: Fully whip the powder into the water and set in fridge for at least one hour. Run ice cream machine for about 15 minutes before you run the batch to let the compressor run and so the machine is nice and cool (you're reducing ice build up in the mix by starting with cold but not frozen mix going into the pre-chilled machine).

Pour in the mix and run it for about 24 minutes or until the Dole whip is completely stuck to the Dasher so it isn't mixing at all any more (you'll hear the difference).

Pull the canister out, most Dole whip will stick to the Dasher. Move the Dasher into a nice big bowl and spoon off the Dasher into the bowl. What's stuck in the canister use a spatula to remove. Eat right away.
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Taste like Disney.
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Cuisinart ICE-100 does a nice job. You have to eat it fresh because it will freeze into sorbet in the freezer after 8 hours or so.

Warning. I take perfect, consistent Dole whip seriously:

Measure 4.5oz dry Dole whip powder (weight it, scoops are inaccurate) to 2 cups tap water makes 4 generous servings.

For perfect consistency: Fully whip the powder into the water and set in fridge for at least one hour. Run ice cream machine for about 15 minutes before you run the batch to let the compressor run and so the machine is nice and cool (you're reducing ice build up in the mix by starting with cold but not frozen mix going into the pre-chilled machine).

Pour in the mix and run it for about 24 minutes or until the Dole whip is completely stuck to the Dasher so it isn't mixing at all any more (you'll hear the difference).

Pull the canister out, most Dole whip will stick to the Dasher. Move the Dasher into a nice big bowl and spoon off the Dasher into the bowl. What's stuck in the canister use a spatula to remove. Eat right away.
Thanks. I have kitchenaid ice cream maker but I use your directions.
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I just saw I bought this July 21, 2016 for $38.95 Frown
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