Introduction: Replica Orange Julius
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Step 1: Gather Ingredients
Some Vanilla/French Vanilla Ice Cream (i used french vanilla)
Some Orange Juice
Optional: Banana pudding (one serving), fruit
For those of you allowed to use blenders, use it! Im not allowed to touch the blender, so two other options are:
"Shaken, not stirred." Using a container with a lid to combine ingredients. This is usually messy, and if youre adding fruit, not the option you want unless you pulverize the fruit beforehand.
Spooned: Using the same spoon you use to retrieve the ice cream, just stir.
Step 2: A Bit of This, a Bit of That
In your chosen method of combining ingredients:
Put a bit of milk and ice cream (you dont need a lot of ice cream, just saying) and combine. Those using "Shaken, not stirred" be careful. This is the really messy messy step. Those who use a spoon (like myself) I know, it sucks.
Those adding banana pudding (like me) or fruit, add it now and combine.
Now you just add some orange juice, give it a whirl (stir, whatever) and vola! Fake, but good tasting Orange Julius. Adjust milk to ice cream to orange juice ratio to your own tastes.
Step 3: Afterward
The banana pudding made mine taste more banana like than Orange Julius, but im proud of the end result.
I wish i was allowed to use the blender.
Let me know what you guys think!