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Orange Julius Copycat at therecipecritic.com This is such a delicious treat that tastes EXACTLY like the real thing!
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Orange Julius Copycat | The Recipe Critic Delicious recipe. I used 1/2 the sugar and 16 oz orange juice (rather than 6 oz. concentrate and 1 C. water). Turned out delicious.
Orange Julius Copycat recipe
Orange Julius Copycat | The Recipe Critic This is my favorite Orange Julius Recipe… Just change to 1/4 cup of sugar and the recipe is perfect!!
Wendi Hamel via Recipe Critic Orange Julius Copycat at http://therecipecritic.com This is such a delicious treat that tastes EXACTLY like the real thing!
How to make Starbucks passion tea lemonade
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How to make Starbucks Passion Tea Lemonade... this is my fav summer drink!
starbucks passion fruit tea lemonade make with green tea! yumm
This is my FAV summer drink - Starbucks passionfruit tea lemonade - now I can make it at home!
Starbucks passion fruit iced tea Lemonade
Passion Fruit & Lemon Tea~ (Starbucks) passion tea lemonade
Perfect Sweet Tea-there is a secret ingredient!
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Baking soda?! That's the secret ingredient to making perfect sweet ice tea.
Add BAKING SODA to iced tea. (Secret ingredient) Perfect Sweet Tea (makes 1 gallon) SO GOOD!! Adapted from the Lone Star Steak House ~ There IS a small "secret" ingredient in this Tea!
perfect sweet tea recipe (the secret ingredient? baking soda!)
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Orange creamsicle smoothie- Orange Push-Up Smoothie (Vegan, Gluten Free) 1 can orange juice concentrate, slightly thawed 1 cup milk (half and half, cream, nut milk, soy milk) 1/2 cup sugar, or to taste (you can reduce the sugar or use an alternate sugar substitute such as stevia but it won’t taste as close to classic Orange Push-Ups. Many people use much more than 1/2 cup, myself included. I used about 1 cup in my version) 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 cups ice, or to t...
Orange PushUp Smoothie - I love push ups!
Orange PushUp Smoothie: 1 can orange juice concentrate, 1 cup milk, 1 cup sugar, 1/2 tsp vanilla, 2 cups ice. Like an Orange Julius ~ Must make this Summer!
Orange Push-Up Smoothie (Vegan, Gluten Free) 1 can orange juice concentrate, slightly thawed 1 cup milk (half and half, cream, nut milk, soy milk) 1/2 cup sugar, or to taste (you can reduce the sugar or use an alternate sugar substitute such as stevia but it won’t taste as close to classic Orange Push-Ups. Many people use much more than 1/2 cup, myself included. I used about 1 cup in my version) 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 cups ice, or to taste Combine all ingredients, except ice, in a large blender or Vita-Mix and blend until smooth and creamy, taking care the sugar has dissolved and is well incorporated. If desired, add a splash more water or more milk. Add the ice and blend until smooth. Makes approximately three eight-ounce portions. Tips: Pour excess portions into glasses and thaw later and drink as smoothies; pour excess into bowls and freeze for orange sherbet; or pour into Popsicle molds, paper cups, or ice cube trays and freeze for homemade Push-Ups. Or halve the recipe by cutting the can of orange juice concentrate in half and halving all other ratios. Optional: Add 1 to 2 ounces of Rum, Malibu, Vodka, Citron, Marshmallow Vodka, Gran Marnier or similar, per smoothie portion, or to taste. Edited to Add: There have been people who have made this and report theirs being bitter but believe it may be due to the brand of OJ concentrate they used. I suggest trying the brand of juice I showed in the above photos, Hawaii’s Own, and I used mango-orange flavor, as originally indicated above. I bought it at Ralph’s (Kroger) Grocery store. Also, do not be afraid to sweet this to taste, and that may mean substantially increasing the amount of sugar used, i.e. using 1 cup or more, rather than 1/2 cup, of sugar. I used 1 cup in my version, but have a sweet tooth and some people said they tried 1 cup and it was too sweet for them. Everything is to taste (too bitter, too sweet; it’s all relative and depends on the brand of concentrate used). I appreciate the feedback and everyone who has tried the recipe so far. Orange PushUp Smoothie by Averie @ Love Veggies & Yoga on January 10, 2012
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Peach Ice Cubes for Iced Tea