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Citrus Frost

Citrus Frost

"This creamy drink is refreshing any time of the year, but especially on hot and humid days. It's easy to prepare and very flavorful. -John Eberhardt, Jamestown, North Dakota"
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Ingredients

10 m servings
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  1. Place the first five ingredients in a blender; cover and process on high speed until smooth. Add ice cream and process until blended. Pour into chilled glasses. Serve immediately.

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I doubled this recipe to make four servings. I wanted to make this a breakfast drink. What I did was freeze two "cups" of Yoplait Light Very Vanilla yogurt the night before and use that in place...

Yummy and with tons of flavor! It's different than a smoothie or shake. I used only 1/4 C sugar but increased the ice cream to about 2 C. I recommend chilling or possibly slightly freezing th...

I made it for the kids this morning, and we all loved it.

Good but it is a bit on the sweet side. I do love anything orange, but I agree with Steph that I like the Orange Glorious better - and it's even healthier. Since this didn't all get drank, I s...

This is a great drink recipe, though I picked the wrong time of year to try it (it's about 30 degrees outside today). I made it exactly as written, using "low pulp" orange juice, which was all I...

I thought this had a good flavor overall, but the citrus came off as really tart. I used all the ingredients, but didn't have lime juice. I used 1/2 fat ice cream and 2 packets of Truvia for the...

This is a keeper! We used the vanilla and strawberry portions of a neopolitan ice cream quart since that was what we had- WOW was it good.

This was good but really REALLY sweet. I prefer the Orange Glorious recipe from this site.

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