Refreshing Orange Julius Recipe
|Frozen orange juice concentrate|
Relish your summers with this nutritious Orange Julius recipe. A homemade refreshing delight for all the fruit lovers.
- Frozen orange juice concentrate
- Vanilla extract
- Ice cubes
Put everything in the blender and blend well. Pour in the serving glass and enjoy!
- Calories: 239kcal
- Carbohydrates: 52g
- Protein: 3g
- Fat: 2g
- Saturated Fat: 1g
- Cholesterol: 6mg
- Sodium: 34mg
- Potassium: 653mg
- Sugar: 51g
- Vitamin A: 420IU
- Vitamin C: 117.3mg
- Calcium: 96mg
- Iron: 0.3mg
Refreshing Orange Julius Recipe – FAQs
What is Orange Julius made of?
It has been in business since the late 1920s and is noted for a particular drink, also called an Orange Julius. The beverage is a mixture of ice, orange juice, sweetener, milk, powdered egg whites, and vanilla flavoring, similar to a morir soñando or orange Creamsicle.
What is the powder used in Orange Julius?
But years later, and after lots of research, I’ve discovered that it was egg white powder mixed with dry milk and vanilla flavoring. That’s it! That’s the “secret ingredient”! But it’s not just the secret powder that makes it an Orange Julius – it’s also the directions on how to make it
Does Orange Julius still exist?
Dairy Queen Corporate has now discontinued Orange Julius in all food locations. (Grill & Chill and Brazier) The only stores that still serve OJ are mall locations and treat locations.
What does Orange Julius taste like?
An Orange Julius is a blend of frozen orange juice concentrate, milk, vanilla, sugar, and ice. It’s not quite a smoothie; it’s too sweet — more like a dessert — to be considered a smoothie. And it’s not as milky or thick as a milkshake, either. It’s sweet and frothy, lightly frozen, and tastes just like a Creamsicle
How do I make concentrated juice?
Mix the water and concentrate with a large mixing spoon. Cut the concentrate chunk into pieces with the edge of the spoon to make it dissolve faster. Stir until the mixture is liquid and the concentrate has fully dissolved.