Some of the “Can Dos” were playing with Orrie in his backyard. It was a warm day and they were wishing for a frosty treat.
Just then, Grandma Maureen called out from the kitchen window, “Who wants one of my Frosty Orangeliciousness drinks?” Well, the”Can Dos’ didn’t know what a Frosty Orangeliciousness was, but it sounded great, so they all yelled, “We do!”
They all came in the kitchen, washed their hands and sat down around the kitchen table. All eyes were on Grandma Maureen as she prepared individual servings of her frosty drink.
Soon they were all enjoying the smooth, creamy, frosty drink. It tasted so good and really cooled them off!
If you want to make this frosty treat, here is the recipe. Remember, for safety sake, have an adult help you with the cutting and running the blender.
Preparation time: 5 minutes
½ cup fat-free vanilla ice cream
½ cup orange juice
1 orange, peeled and frozen
1 teaspoon orange zest (optional)
Instructions: Place all ingredients in blender and enjoy!
1 Cup of Fruit per Serving Nutrition Information per serving: calories: 211, total fat: 0.4g, saturated fat: 0.1g, % calories from fat: 2%, % calories from saturated fat: 0%, protein: 5g, carbohydrates: 49g, cholesterol: 0mg, dietary fiber: 4g, sodium: 67mg
This recipe, Frosty Orangeliciousness, was developed for Produce for Better Health Foundation by Erika Kaeser-Stanley. This recipe meets PBH and Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) nutrition standards that maintain fruits and vegetables as healthy foods.
Recipe from the Cool Fuel for Kids cookbook.