Recipe by Christine Kewinsky
"A yummy drink concocted of orange juice, milk and ice. Lightly sweetened and flavored with vanilla, it's like being at the mall without the crowds!"
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1 (6 ounce) can
frozen orange juice concentrate
1 1/2 cups
I was able to make this at home in a few easy steps and only about 5 minutes. I had all the ingredients already and it was great, my mom loved it as well as my best friend. I am also only 14.
I have absolutely no idea what I did wrong with this recipe. I doubled the recipe because I only had a 12 oz can of frozen OJ. The result was so bitter and weirdly grainy that I dumped the whole blender down the drain. To be fair, maybe the OJ was exceedingly bitter. In any case, I wouldn't try this recipe again. Sorry!
I have become a big fan of the orange/vanilla smoothies. All orange smoothies on this site are essentially the same. The options and variations are many, but mostly I just reduce the sugar and increase the vanilla for personal taste. This recipe, too, is wonderful. Thanks Kristine.
It was good, and my husband and I drank a big glass each for breakfast one morning. It was really sweet, so next time I'm going to cut back on the sugar (maybe the brand of OJ I used was too sweet), perhaps cut it out all together. But other than that it was good, and I will make it again!
This slush was actually not a slush at all, but a smoothie. It was 'liquidy', not icy. But it was delicious. If you don't like very sweet beverages, however, I wouldn't recommend this drink. But if you've got a sweet-tooth, go for it! It's very yummy.
I only made one change to this recipe--I cut the sugar in half. They all loved it, my husband thought this tasted like an Orange Julius, only a little milkier. Next time, I'd use equal amounts milk and orange juice. NOTE: This was enough for the three of them, in healthy serving sizes.
This recipie is good for the summer it is really easy to make!! thank you soo much!
Loved it! My kids wanted a deasert and I needed something quick and easy. It took less than 5 mins and they were completely satisfied.
* 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: 34
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