Recipe by Judy
"This is one drink my kids love! It's orange and slushy and wonderful!"
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1 (6 ounce) can
frozen orange juice concentrate
WOW! A blast of orange flavored slush. Wonderful taste and pretty presentation with a mint leaf to garnish.For personal taste, I reduced sugar to 1/4c and increased vanilla to 1t. Thanks Judy.
i give this two stars because my children did love this. my husband described it as runny syrup - what kid isnt going to love that. it was too sweet and even though we added a lot of water to it after the initial taste, it was just too much.
DEE-licious!!! I don't know about 4 servings- I would say 2, because it's so good you'll want a lot!
this is such a great drink!!!!!!!!!!! I love it and so do my kids and husband!! Thank-you! :)
I made this drink on a whim and it was a huge success!
Tasty! Here's a tip...use powdered sugar so it disolves. Regular sugar can be grainy. Also don't use that nasty splenda cr*p, it's so bad for you. This is just like an orange julius!
Great recipe. I omitted the sugar totally and everyone loved it.
This has the same familiar taste as those orange julius drinks that were such a favorite about 20 years ago! I cut the serving size to 2, didn't use white sugar but subbed 3 tablespoons of agave sweetener in it's place. I did use additional ice cubes and cut back on the milk for a refreshingly thick icier drink. These will be great on a hot summer day!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 198
** Calories from Fat: 6
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