"Threw this together when my husband decided he was getting sick of my peanut butter and banana smoothies for his diet/workout plan. It was a request of his and now a constant in our home. You can use this as a meal replacement for breakfast or lunch or as an after workout shake. Even my kids LOVE it." — WHempsey
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fat free half-and-half (such as Land o Lakes®)
frozen orange juice concentrate
vanilla flavored whey protein powder
orange-flavored fish oil
i tried it and did not care for it!
I was looking up recipes to use a little bit of ff half and half I had left, before it spoiled. I found this recipe, and have to agree with the one other reviewer this is not good! To make it a little healthy, I subbed some of the concentrate for 1/2 frozen orange. Orange concentrate is loaded with sugar and my orange was a lot sweeter than the tart concentrate. I find whey protein to be very sweet and has a strong flavor, so I just used 1 Tblsp. I would have never been able to drink it with the full scoop. I tasted it and it just tasted like the tart concentrate mixed with a heavy amount of vanilla whey protein powder! I am giving it more than one star, because I was able to revive it with 1 large frozen banana and a packet of Truvia. Plus, I can't imagine adding fish oil to a smoothie! I really wanted to like this after reading the name. :(
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Orange Cream Smoothie
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 78
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