This recipe uses an ice cream maker. If you do not have an ice cream maker, there is another recipe you can try. I made it a couple years ago and while the flavor was good, the texture was that of an ice cube. It was impossible to serve after it was in the freezer for a while. You can find that recipe here.
You can buy the actual mix they use at Disney if you have an ice cream maker. I haven’t tried it yet, but I’ve heard that it is the best recipe! More info on where you can buy the mix and how to make it can be found here.
Anyway, back to the recipe at hand.
1 quart Dole pineapple juice
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
3 cups heavy whipping cream
3 cups sugar
Milk or water (varies by desired consistency)
Mix the pineapple juice and sugar, making sure that the sugar is dissolved, then add the cream and vanilla.
Pour the whole mixture into you ice cream maker. For a thinner consistency add water to the fill line, or for a creamier consistency add milk.
Follow the instructions for your ice cream maker, which should generally just be to turn it on and let it do it’s work.
You can serve it as is or put it in the freezer to harden up a bit.
I don’t have a separate ice cream maker, I used the ice cream maker attachment for the Kitchenaid Stand Mixer and this made WAY too much! I can’t speak for other ice cream makers, but if you use the Kitchenaid attachment, cut this recipe in half.
I can’t speak for other ice cream makers, but for mine it works best if the batter is cool before you put it in the machine. I put mine in the refrigerator overnight and then put it in the ice cream maker.