Honestly, I had no idea to what to call this shake! There are no actual oranges in this shake at all (unless you want one), yet it tastes like orange because of the Baobab fruit powder. I also have added a few other orangey fruits to make it orange in color. Few people have probably heard ever of the Baobab tree, so I figured it’s best not to call it by that name. I’ve heard of it (yes, I’m a Geek) because it was on some of the many nature documentaries I watched when I was little, and also my mom was a horticulturist.
Sometimes you just gotta have oranges & cream. Here is a recipe that tastes very similar to the popsicles mom used to buy when you were a kid! One of the main differences from those is that these pops are brimming with protein and have no sugar. How does that sound?
The first time I ever had an Orange Julius® the heavenly taste and texture stuck in my head forever. What made this drink so positively wonderful and unique? The answer is simply egg whites and vanilla. In 1926, Julius Freed had an orange juice stand that was making about $20 a day. However, this recipe dates back to 1929 when Bill Hamlin (Julius Freed’s real estate broker) developed a drink that would make orange juice creamier and less hard on the stomach.