Recipe by Gustavo
"This tasty treat is quite quick and very simple, yet the result is a delicious snack for people of all ages."
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white sugar, or more to taste
I made the recipe as written with the addition of the optional sugar. I love that this drink become frothy once blended but it is overall lacking flavor. In my opinion it is a bit too milky and I would likely use 3/4 orange juice and 1/4 milk next time.
I used Sunny D and skipped the additional sugar as Sunny D is sweet enough. Kids said the flavor was good but they did not like the ice as it seperated from the liquid and floated to the top. This is possibly because I have a horrible blender.
I made this drink this morning and actually like this recipe. What I did instead of adding the optional sugar was just using honey instead. I think it's not too orange and not too much milk flavored, so the flavor was very subtle. If one cuts back on the milk as 3/4 cup and uses the 1.25 cup of orange juice it's still good. Thanks for sharing!
Very good smoothie but the orange is overpowering so I added 1 tbsp of vanilla extract and was perfect. A little too liquidy for my liking.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 24
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