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This recipe for Orange Julius, by Karen Miller, is from The Greene Family CookBook,
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1 quart orange juice 3 oz. Jello vanilla pudding mix (not instant) 1 envelope of Dream Whip
Place all ingredients in a blender jar. Use the "whip" setting for 30-40 seconds. Pour over crushed ice & serve.
Years ago Orange Julius stores were a hit. They were usually located in a mall, including the "Miracle Mall" in Johnson City. Evidently someone figured out how to make their refreshing drink at home. This recipe came from the Fairmont Elementary School Famous Fixins cookbook that our PTA sold in 1983. I used to make this for the kids after school. For a creamier version, add a hefty scoop of vanilla ice cream to the blend.
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