Make orange julius pops immediately if you love delicious frozen treats. If you have ever had an Orange Julius, you know that they are a citrus delight.
Here’s a recipe to make orange Julius pops that will hopefully replicate the flavor of the original in frozen form.
With just a few ingredients you can create drool-worthy creamsicle pops that don’t take long at all.
The frozen treats are yummy for parties, or any hot summer day.
Or, if you are like me, you love frosty desserts no matter what the temperature is. Just bundle up.
They are too tasty to miss out on. Use different frozen juice concentrates to experiment with other flavors.
Make too much of your morning smoothie? Freeze it into a pop. Once you start making them, the possibilities become endless.
But, for now, let’s focus on making the sunnily scrumptious orange julius pops.
How to Make Orange Julius Pops at Home
To make homemade orange Julius popsicles you only need a few things, many of which may be in your freezer or pantry.
Like, orange juice concentrate. Am I the only one who always seems to have that in the freezer, and yet, never makes orange juice?
Along with the OJ concentrate, you will need vanilla extract, milk, sugar, and whipped cream.
For supplies, you’ll want 3 oz paper cups, craft sticks, and a blender.
Follow the directions listed in the recipe card below to whip up your orange ice pops in no time.
The only time-consuming part is letting them freeze. Oh, the sweet anticipation of awaiting our favorite frozen goodies!
This homemade popsicle recipe is not as healthy as the melon pops, but I plan to play with it a bit to see if it can be tweaked.
I want to try freshly juiced orange juice, maybe some
Even if I don’t change it up, it’s still better than chasing down the ice cream truck!
Orange Julius Pops Recipe
DIY orange Julius popsicles on a hot summer day. These tasty frozen treats will remind you of the popular drink.
- 1/2 can original frozen orange juice concentrate
- 1 1/2 tablespoons vanilla extract
- 1 1/4 cup milk
- 2 tablespoons granulated sugar
- 1/2 cup whipped cream
- 1/4 cup whipped cream
- Scoop half the can of orange juice concentrate into your blender
- Add in the vanilla, milk, granulated sugar, and 1/2 cup whipped cream
- Blend on milkshake mode for about two minutes
- Pour into your paper cups and top the bottom off with a tablespoon of whipped cream
- Freeze for about five hours or overnight
Serving Size:1 pop
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 146Total Fat: 4gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 15mgSodium: 43mgCarbohydrates: 21gFiber: 0gSugar: 16gProtein: 4g
Nutrition facts are an estimate only.
Frozen Desserts to Try:
Don’t want to make your own? If you love ice cream, definitely hunt down Tillamook Ice cream Sandwiches this year!
Or, make a delicious root beer float. Just like an orange Julius, root beer floats bring back tons of childhood memories for me!
Will you make orange Julius pops this summer?
Friday 16th of June 2017
I love Orange Julius drinks, will definitely try these pops. Great for summer.
Saturday 25th of June 2016
Looks so yummy. I want these now!
Lisa Coomer Queen
Friday 24th of June 2016
These orange Julius pops look so cool! I would love to make them for my grandchildren and I am sure I will as hot as it is. Thank you!
Anne Marie Carter
Sunday 12th of June 2016
This recipe looks delicious. I just have to make it for my grandchildren when it is hot outside.
Laura | Food Fun Family
Friday 10th of June 2016
Oh wow! I grew up with Orange Julius and LOVE them. I bet these would be an incredible summer treat. Thanks for sharing at Delicious Dishes recipe party!