Orange Julius is a drink that used to appear in malls everywhere; now they are mostly available at Dairy Queen. I loved drinking this delightful, frothy drink. Dave Oberg graciously submitted this recipe. One thing is for certain you don't need to look for the Orange Julius recipe anymore.
The Orange Julius has been serving up tasty drinks since the 1920s. The Orange Julius is a mixture of ice, orange juice, sweetener, milk, powdered egg whites and vanilla flavoring. It is a wonderful frothy drink that you will love. The Orange Julius was the official drink of the 1964 New York World's Fair. During the late 70s and 80s, they had many stores in malls everywhere. Dairy Queen recently acquired the Orang Julius chain, and you now can find these drinks in your local Dairy Queen.
I can remember going to malls with my Grandmother's, and the highlight of these shopping trips was stopping by the food court and enjoying a treat from the mall. I always remember walking up to the Orange Julius store because lots of oranges were cut open, and the place looked beautiful. Then I can remember getting one of these frozen drinks and enjoying it thoroughly. At home orange, juice was never like this. It was special, and I loved getting one of these. You can make one with this easy to prepare Orange Julius recipe.
The Orange Julius is the perfect refreshing drink to make anytime. The Orange Julius is fresh and refreshing. The Orange Julius is perfect in the summer, and in the winter. I love to serve these during the hot summer. I think they make a fun drink. These are non-alcoholic drinks so your whole family can enjoy them. Did you know they taste even better when you use fresh orange juice?
So now you can make your own homemade Orange Julius and you don't even have to go to the mall or Dairy Queen to get one.
How to Make an Orange Julius Video
Orange Julius used to be a fixture in malls everywhere. You may not be able to run down to your local mall and order one. You can make one anytime now.
- 2/3 cup orange juice concentrate
- 1 cup water
- 1 cup milk
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
- 1/4 cup powdered sugar
- 6 ice cubes (approx 1 1/2 cups ice)
Put all ingredients in a blender, cover and blend until smooth.
Hints: If you already have premixed orange juice, use 1 2/3 cups of that instead of the concentrate and water. If your ice cubes are from a tray, you may want to pre-crush them a bit because the ice blends better if it is not in large pieces.Print Recipe