Orange Creamsicle Smoothie { twelveOeight }

Orange Creamsicle Smoothie with Tanya from twelveOeight. It’s a YUMMY, Healthy and simple to make smoothie. Perfect refreshing drink for you and your family.

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Hi everyone!

I am so excited to share one of my favorite(and healthy!)treats with you today.  We all are busy, and it is so easy to grab a fast snack that isn’t always very healthy. But, in five minutes you can throw together a yummy, calcium-rich snack that you can feel good about.  I have found a way to sneak in a couple extra servings of fruit with the kids this way too, and they think they are having a milkshake…

orange creamsicle smoothie

Orange Creamsicle Smoothie

In a blender, combine the following:
1 cup of ice
One peeled orange, segmented
1 cup of frozen mango cubes (or canned pineapple)
6 oz light vanilla yogurt
3/4 c. low fat milk
1 t. vanilla extract
Blend ingredients on high until smooth and ice has been blended in well.
This makes a great breakfast on the go in a large travel cup too.

Enjoy!

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Thank you for making something yummy with me today :)

xo, Tanya

orange creamsicle smoothie

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Thanks for sharing that wonderful Orange Creamsicle Smoothie recipe Tanya. It really looks refreshing. I’m going to pick up the ingredients this week and I’ll try it out. Can’t wait.

Tanya also hosts a weekly linky party called ”Pretty Things” every Tuesday. You should head over there and link up your latest creations. It’s always a great party!

Have a GREAT day!

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