I have been making this recipe for ages now and when I first found it, it was on the side of Hershey's Cocoa Tin. As a matter of fact, my mother used to make this for my sister and me in Cuba, when we weren't even so little. Found this on hershey's web site.
My mother made this recipe in the summer - an easy, healthy, refreshing blend. I believe she originally got the recipe from Weight Watchers years ago. A great way to replace a milkshake, just as yummy - tastes like a creamsicle!
I'll let the ingredients speak for themselves! From Go Bananas! When I have bananas that are very ripe, I peel and slice them and put them in air-tight containers and store them in the freezer.The time listed in this recipe does not include the time needed to freeze bananas.
This is not the usual blender Strawberry Lemonade, but a well worth recipe for a refreshing beverage that will make your guests think they are hanging with Martha herself....you will make this again and again! DELICIOUS!
www.TopSecretRecipes.com I know that there are already several Orange Julius recipes posted, but none of them sound quite like this one that I found on the web. With egg substitute, you don't need to worry about raw egg. I've found that crushing the ice before blending gives it a smoother texture (either that, or I just need a stronger blender) - I use a Hawaiian ice shaver on the ice.
Growing up I spent summers in Texas with my grandparents and my Granny used to make mint tea all the time. I never got her recipe, but after trial and error I have found that this is pretty close. Everyone who has tried it has loved it; see if it suits you!
I found this recipe on the back of a frozen strawberry package. It's really good on hot days! The tea is sweet already from the strawberries; so if you'd like, you can cut back on the sugar a bit. Enjoy!
Quick to make and very refreshing on a hot day. This has been adapted from Rita G. Springer's 'Caribbean Cookbook'. I never add the sugar. Obviously, you could add a shot of vodka to make it rather more daring.