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COPYCAT JAMBA JUICE ORANGE JULIUS SMOOTHIE RECIPE
Our copycat Jamba Juice orange julius smoothie recipe tastes exactly like an orange creamsicle push pop from days past!
It’s a healthy refreshing treat that you and your family can enjoy often, without the guilt or expense of driving to an Orange Julius or Dairy Queen location!
Light and frothy this doesn’t taste the same as the one served at the Orange Julius counter….it tastes BETTER!
Smooth and yummy, this dreamsicle is like a burst of sunshine, the aroma of orange is sweet and perfume-like.
A power blender, such as a Blendtec or Vitamix, is not necessary for this healthy orange julius smoothie recipe! Be sure to join our community to get new recipes updates and access to giveaways from Blender Babes.
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- 4 oz organic soy milk or your favorite milk substitute
- 4 oz orange juice
- 2 oranges peeled
- 1 cup vanilla frozen yogurt dairy-free for vegan
- 1 cup ice
- Place all ingredients into the blender in the order listed and secure lid.
- For Blendtec: Press the SMOOTHIE button OR blend on a Low speed for 10 seconds, then Medium for 10 seconds, then Medium to Medium-High speed for 40 seconds.
- For Vitamix: Select VARIABLE Speed 1, turn machine on and slowly increase speed to VARIABLE Speed 10/HIGH and blend for 45 seconds OR use the SMOOTHIE setting.
- All done! Enjoy!! Now take a photo, rate it, and share your accomplishments! 🙂 Tag @BlenderBabes & #BlenderBabes
BLENDER BABES RECIPE TESTER NOTES
“The first time I made this, I used vanilla frozen yogurt.
The next day, I was craving another, but I was out of yogurt, so I subbed a frozen banana…which I loved even better than the one with yogurt!” and “I think this recipe was easy, and ended in a great final result.
I’ll definitely be making this again.”
HEALTH BENEFITS NON-DAIRY MILK
These days, people aren’t limited to drinking just cow’s milk.
There are many reasons for moving away from traditional dairy.
More and more studies are suggesting that perhaps cow’s milk isn’t the healthiest option.
Some are concerned about America’s industrial production of dairy, including pasteurization, others are worried about added hormones and the ethical treatment of dairy cows.
Still others believe that cow’s milk, no matter how ethically produced, has adverse health effects on children and adults.
Read more about the health benefits of non-dairy milk here.