Orange Julius

Bed & Breakfast / Short Term Rental Host Forum

Help Support Bed & Breakfast / Short Term Rental Host Forum:

JBloggs

Moderator
Moderator
Joined
Oct 7, 2008
Messages
17,744
Reaction score
9
Have you ever made this for guests? I am thinking about it. My DD'sx2 just got home last day of school today and we made Orange Julius in the blender, it is 95 degrees outside, and this is quite refreshing, esp with real vanilla!


[tr]

ORANGE JULIUS

  • 6 oz. frozen orange juice concentrate
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 cup water
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract
  • 8-9 ice cubes
  1. Combine all ingredients except ice cubes in blender.
  2. Blend for about 1-2 minutes, adding ice cubes one at a time.
[/td]
[/tr]

[/table]
 

Alibi Ike

Well-known member
Staff member
Joined
Aug 8, 2010
Messages
2,928
Reaction score
0
I did not known Orange Julius had milk in it. So glad I never ordered one. (Not big into that 'creamsicle' flavor.) However, this does sound refreshing.
 

JBloggs

Moderator
Moderator
Joined
Oct 7, 2008
Messages
17,744
Reaction score
9
I didn't think I was until just now when I slurped it down. :) I thought of y'all as it is made form STUFF we have - 100% of the time at our inns, so no special purchases required.
 

Copperhead

Well-known member
Joined
Jun 24, 2008
Messages
5,968
Reaction score
0
Now add a jigger of Peach Schnapps and you will win me over! A frozen Fuzzy Navel Julius! Be right back ------
 

Samster

Well-known member
Joined
May 30, 2008
Messages
6,478
Reaction score
15
Location
South Carolina
I think guests might like this in a smaller version at breakfast. Like Alibi, I personally don't like the combo of orange & milk, but I'd sample that at a B&B on a hot day.
 

scrambled_eggs

Well-known member
Joined
Aug 7, 2008
Messages
612
Reaction score
0
I grew up drinking those...although we didn't know better and the recipe always called for a raw egg to mix in. I don't think I would do that today. For my guests I'm making a lot of fruit smoothies. They have been a huge hit. The most popular is a peach smoothie using frozen peach slices. I add a cup of orange juice, plain yogurt, two banana, a bit of honey and blend.
 

JBloggs

Moderator
Moderator
Joined
Oct 7, 2008
Messages
17,744
Reaction score
9
I grew up drinking those...although we didn't know better and the recipe always called for a raw egg to mix in. I don't think I would do that today. For my guests I'm making a lot of fruit smoothies. They have been a huge hit. The most popular is a peach smoothie using frozen peach slices. I add a cup of orange juice, plain yogurt, two banana, a bit of honey and blend..
Barry_Manilow said:
I grew up drinking those...although we didn't know better and the recipe always called for a raw egg to mix in. I don't think I would do that today. For my guests I'm making a lot of fruit smoothies. They have been a huge hit. The most popular is a peach smoothie using frozen peach slices. I add a cup of orange juice, plain yogurt, two banana, a bit of honey and blend.
I remember the raw egg to give it the froth or something, that was why I never liked them, now I do!
 

Copperhead

Well-known member
Joined
Jun 24, 2008
Messages
5,968
Reaction score
0
Had to dig this back up, one guest in a group of 6 just informed me that he is on an all liquid diet tomorrow for a procedure on Friday. His idea was a selection of juices and coffee or broth soup. I thought of the smoothie but he was thinking that would be too much fruit chunks (well no but!) so I just thought of the Orange Julius. This will be perfect!
 

Latest posts

Top