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Orange Julius Recipe

The Orange Julius drink started out being my favorite when I went to the Mall as a teenager in the 1970's, so it has endured the test of time. Everyone had to get one.

But they kept the recipe a secret for a long time. It's an easy recipe, the original smoothie. The ingredients in an Orange Julius are simple. Here's how to make an Orange Julius and this is the original recipe. Also try the Strawberry Julius. Here's some of the more popular Blender Drink Recipes.

Orange Julius Drink Recipe

1/3 cup orange juice concentrate
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup milk
1/2 teaspoon vanilla

5 or 6 ice cubes

Mix in blender on high

How to Make a Strawberry Julius

1 cup thawed frozen or fresh sliced strawberries
1 cup water
2 egg whites
3/4 tsps vanilla extract
1/4 cup sugar
1 heaping cup crushed ice

Mix in a blender set on high speed for one minute.

3 More Ways to Make Orange Julius

fruit dessert#1
1 cup orange juice
1/2 cup shaved ice
1 envelope vanilla flavored instant breakfast

Whirl in blender until frothy

#2
1/2 package (3 3/4oz) vanilla instant pudding
1 egg white
3 cups orange juice
1 Tablespoon lemon juice

Whirl in blender 1 minute and serve over ice

#3
1 cup orange juice
1/2 cup nonfat dry milk
few drops vanilla extract
1 1/2 Tablespoons sugar, to taste
1/2 cup shaved ice

Whirl in blender until frothy, and serve at once.

Orange Julius

1-6oz can frozen orange juice
1 cup milk
1 cup water
1 tsp. vanilla
1/4 cup sugar
10 to 20 ice cubes

Blend in blender and enjoy.
Recipe from a 1998 Platte SD Hospital Recipebook

How to Make Popsicles

1 pkg. Jello
2 cups hot water
1 cup sugar
1 pkg unsweetened Koolaid
2 cups cold water

Make Jello instructions, add rest of ingredients, and mold in ice trays with sticks.

A Dash of History: In 1926 a man named Julius Freed opened a fresh-orange-juice shop in downtown Los Angeles, initially ringing up sales of $20 a day. The real estate agent who helped locate his first store just happened to be an ex-chemist named Bill Hamlin. The two became good friends.

One day Hamlin, drawing on his chemistry background, presented Freed with an idea for a compound, using all natural ingredients, that would give his orange juice a creamy, frothy texture.

When the two began selling the new drink, the response was so tremendous that sales skyrocketed to $100 a day. An increasing number of customers would come by the store saying, "Give me an orange, Julius," and so the name was born.

By 1929 the chain had opened 100 stores across the United States. In 1987 International Dairy Queen bought the Orange Julius chain, and today you'll find more than 500 Orange Julius outlets nationwide serving the drink in a variety of natural flavors, including strawberry and pineapple. OrangeJulius.com

Food for Thought
"It is good to let a little sunshine out as well as in."

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