Orange Colada

Orange Colada created by Baby Kato

History in the Baking again. Yes, I wish I had this book, lol. It's non alcoholic, but that can be easily remmended--lol.

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10mins
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ingredients

  • 1 (6 ounce) can frozen orange juice concentrate
  • 6 ounces frozen non alcholic pina colada nonalcoholic drink mix
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 12 ounces rum (or more to taste) (optional)
  • 2 tablespoons lemon juice
  • 1 12 cups crushed ice
  • orange slice (garnish)

directions

  • Blend ingredients, except garnish, together until smooth.
  • Serve with orange slice.
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"History in the Baking again. Yes, I wish I had this book, lol. It's non alcoholic, but that can be easily remmended--lol."
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  1. Elaniemay
    I made this without the rum. I really enjoyed it. **Note** The nutritional info is wrong though!! Closest I can figure is that it is more like 300 cal per serving. Made for ZWT8
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  2. Baby Kato
    Orange Colada Created by Baby Kato
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  3. Baby Kato
    Orange Colada Created by Baby Kato
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  4. Baby Kato
    What a lovely drink Dienia B. I loved this simple to make cocktail. I didn't use a blender, I added all the ingredients to a shaker and shook it hard. Wow, is this good. Love the flavor from the coconut and orange. This slightly sweet tart drink is too die for. Thank you so much for sharing this lovely recipe, which I will make again. Made for Fearless Red Dragons - ZWT8 - Mexico
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  5. Raspberry Daylily
    This was pretty tasty when I served it at a recent family gathering. However, it requires someone to 'man' the blender and keep them coming fresh, as they are best right after they are made. They don't sit well for use later on. It created a lot of mess in the kitchen to make them.
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