Strawberry Julius Copycat

Strawberry Julius Copycat created by kzbhansen

Yummy! A nice copy cat for the ones you get in the mall.

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10mins
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directions

  • Blend all ingredients in a blender on high or 1-2 minutes.
  • Serve.
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"Yummy! A nice copy cat for the ones you get in the mall."
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  1. Autumn Maney
    this is great! I live in Okinawa Japan and the odd things you miss when you live far away. its great and is a nice sub for the real thing. i used frozen fruit and left out the ice, no eggs (raw eggs eww!) and used milk...so great
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  2. KelseyKalle
    I made this as part of breakfast yesterday, and it was fantastic! I made a few of small changes - used agave syrup instead of sugar, and replaced half the water with fresh milk from my barn (wanted a little more protein and calcium), and threw in some blueberries as I didn't have enough strawberries. I will make again and again!
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  3. KelseyKalle
    I made this as part of breakfast yesterday, and it was fantastic! I made a few of small changes - used agave syrup instead of sugar, and replaced half the water with fresh milk from my barn (wanted a little more protein and calcium), and threw in some blueberries as I didn't have enough strawberries. I will make again and again!
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  4. Bittersweetened
    I was going through my recipes and realized I never reviewed this. My husband and I love this for an evening treat every once an awhile. (We have been making this for over a year now.) We do use skim milk instead of water and we omitted the egg whites, cause we just think that is gross. But, it sure was tasty. Thanks for posting.
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  5. Bittersweetened
    I was going through my recipes and realized I never reviewed this. My husband and I love this for an evening treat every once an awhile. (We have been making this for over a year now.) We do use skim milk instead of water and we omitted the egg whites, cause we just think that is gross. But, it sure was tasty. Thanks for posting.
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