Dole Smoothie Bowls are Whipped, Topped, and Ready-to-Eat from Frozen

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Grab and go smoothies have gone from smoothie shop to freezer with all types of smoothie delivery services. But Dole Smoothie Bowls are more affordable, in stores, and you can eat them with a spoon! They first launched in three acai bowl flavors, but Dole later came out with two more spoonable smoothies. The latter includes a pineapple banana blend that they’ve named after their popular Dole Whip. It’s healthier than that classic dairy-free ice cream, but has the same sweet tropical concept.

Dole Smoothie Bowls Reviews and Info - Acai Bowls, Dole Whip, and Spoonable Smoothies - dairy-free and ready-to-eat from the freezer. Pictured: Dole Whip

Dole Smoothie Bowls are Whipped, Topped, and Ready-to-Eat from Frozen

The thick smoothie base is made purely with whole fruit – no sweeteners or fruit juices added. And they’re each topped with an oat granola that’s lightly sweetened with honey.

Dole Whip (Pineapple Banana)

Dole Smoothie Bowls Reviews and Info - Acai Bowls, Dole Whip, and Spoonable Smoothies - dairy-free and ready-to-eat from the freezer. Pictured: Dole WhipIngredients: pineapple, bananas (bananas, ascorbic acid [vitamin c]to promote color retention, citric acid), water, topping (oats, coconut, honey, canola oil), honey, almond butter, beta carotene (color), natural flavor, and citric acid. contains: coconut and almonds. topping is manufactured on equipment shared with products containing milk, wheat, and other tree nuts.

Nutrition (per 6-ounce bowl): 180 calories, 4g fat, 32g carbs, 2g fiber, 19g sugars (includes 6g added sugars), 3g protein.*

Strawberry Banana

Dole Smoothie Bowls Reviews and Info - Acai Bowls, Dole Whip, and Spoonable Smoothies - dairy-free and ready-to-eat from the freezer. Pictured: Strawberry BananaIngredients: strawberries, bananas (bananas, ascorbic acid [vitamin c]to promote color retention, citric acid), water, topping (oats, coconut, honey, canola oil), honey, almond butter, and citric acid. contains: coconut and almonds. topping is manufactured on equipment shared with products containing milk, wheat, and other tree nuts.

Nutrition (per 6-ounce bowl): 170 calories, 4g fat, 30g carbs, 3g fiber, 16g sugars (includes 8g added sugars), 3g protein.*

Original Acai

Dole Smoothie Bowls Reviews and Info - Acai Bowls, Dole Whip, and Spoonable Smoothies - dairy-free and ready-to-eat from the freezer. Pictured: Original AcaiIngredients: acai puree (water, acai skin & pulp, citric acid), bananas (bananas, ascorbic acid [to promote color retention], citric acid), strawberries, blueberries, topping (oats, coconut, honey, canola oil), honey, and citric acid. contains: coconut. topping is manufactured on equipment shared with products containing milk, tree nuts, wheat, and soy.

Nutrition (per 6-ounce bowl): 210 calories, 6g fat, 35g carbs, 7g fiber, 19g sugars (includes 11g added sugars), 3g protein.*

Protein Acai

Dole Smoothie Bowls Reviews and Info - Acai Bowls, Dole Whip, and Spoonable Smoothies - dairy-free and ready-to-eat from the freezer. Pictured: Protein AcaiIngredients: acai puree (water, acai skin & pulp, citric acid), bananas (bananas, ascorbic acid [to promote color retention], citric acid), pineapple, blueberries, topping (oats, cane syrup, cane sugar, soy protein crisps [soy protein isolate, tapioca starch, salt, sunflower oil, protein powder [soy protein isolate, tapioca starch, salt, almonds, honey, salt, natural flavors), honey, almond butter, pea protein powder, and citric acid. contains: soy, almonds. topping is manufactured on equipment shared with products containing milk, tree nuts, and wheat.

Nutrition (per 6-ounce bowl): 230 calories, 7g fat, 37g carbs, 6g fiber, 23g sugars (includes 14g added sugars), 5g protein.*

Tropical Acai

Dole Smoothie Bowls Reviews and Info - Acai Bowls, Dole Whip, and Spoonable Smoothies - dairy-free and ready-to-eat from the freezer. Pictured: Tropical AcaiIngredients: acai puree (water, acai skin & pulp, citric acid), bananas (bananas, ascorbic acid [to promote color retention], citric acid), kiwi, mango, topping (oats, coconut, honey, canola oil), honey, dragon fruit, and citric acid. contains: coconut. topping is manufactured on equipment shared with products containing milk, tree nuts, wheat, and soy.

Nutrition (per 6-ounce bowl): 220 calories, 6g fat, 37g carbs, 6g fiber, 22g sugars (includes 11g added sugars), 3g protein.*

Dole Smoothie Bowls Reviews and Info - Acai Bowls, Dole Whip, and Spoonable Smoothies - dairy-free and ready-to-eat from the freezer. Pictured: Acai Bowls

More Facts on Dole Smoothie Bowls

Price: $2.99 per 6-ounce spoonable smoothie; $3.99 per 6-ounce acai bowl

Availability: Dole Smoothie Bowls are sold in the freezer section of major grocers across the U.S., including Walmart, BJ’s Wholesale Club, Stop & Shop, Food Lion, and more.

Certifications: We could not confirm any certifications on Dole Smoothie Bowls, but it looked like some might be Certified Kosher Pareve.

Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Dole Smoothie Bowls are dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, peanut-free, plant-based, and vegetarian. Most varieties are made without soy or wheat, but they do not seem to use certified gluten-free oats.*

For More Product Information: Visit the Dole website at dolesunshine.com.

*Always read the ingredient and nutrition statement prior to consumption. Ingredients, processes, and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company or product. Contact the company to discuss their manufacturing processes if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. No food product can be guaranteed “safe” for every individual’s needs. You should never rely on ingredient and allergen statements alone if dealing with a severe food allergy. 

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  1. I tried this one as a sample at our health food store. I love ginger, and believe many heerbs can be beneficial. I liked this product and really liked it.