Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins
A refreshing drink for the kids on a hot summer day. Works great for an after school snack. How about a morning drink for the whole family!
- Put ice cubes into electric blender, start so that the cubes break up.
- Put the remaining ingredients into blender and blend until smooth.
I made this last night after we got home from our soft-ball games. We were parched and dry and this drink really did the trick. Icy, sweet and refreshing. I liked the flavor of the almond extract, too. A very nice touch. Thanks Charlotte J for another cool recipe.
Absolutely delish! Even better than I thought it would be, and I thought it would be pretty good. I actually didn't use ice cubes, just up-ed the frozen orange juice to use the full can so it was still cold enough. I also didn't add sugar - it was plenty sweet for me and I like things sweet! I loved the almond extract. Great flavor there! This is a keeper for sure - can't wait to serve to company and going straight into my Zaar Stars cookbook! Thanks so much for sharing!
I went for an adult version of the drink by using amaretto and skipping the sugar. Thanks for a delish thirst quenching fruit and almond flavored drink!