Will admit that I changed a few things, but I'm sure the flavor wouldn't have been much different ~ I used the fat-free vanilla yogurt that is always in my frig, along with still-frozen OJ concentrate (for the chill factor) which I simple chopped up before blending it! Also added my scoop of vanilla-flavored protein powder, something that I add to all the smoothies that I make! VERY NICE, VERY TASTY & VERY MUCH A KEEPER! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup tag]
I've made this several times and I really LOVE it. It's a good blend of creaminess and flavors. I add a pinch of vanilla, too. Thanks Ocean Ivy, for posting. Roxygirl
LOVED IT!! Both of my toddlers do too. Tastes very much like the Orange Julius we used to get at the mall when I was a kid. Great recipe that I will use again and again! (I put the OJ in frozen. Not sure why it says to use it thawed. It makes for a better consistency if it is frozen I think.)
This was a pretty good smoothie. Very thin and frothy. I used fat free organic vanilla yogurt and skim milk. Fine flavor, just didn't knock my socks off. Nice though. Thanks so much!
I made this drink for just myself and found that it was wonderful. Being a vegetarian I added a scoop of protien powder and blended up in my shake maker. This is definatly my idea of a comfort food. Thanks for the great recipe posting. ~Cheers
I scaled it down to 1 serving. It was good, I liked the slight hint in taste of the orange juice in this smoothie.