3-Ingredient Orange Creamsicle Shake + Video

Orange creamsicle shakes are sweet, refreshing, and will fill you with nostalgia. Blend these up in minutes with a few simple ingredients!
Transform your favorite childhood treat into a creamy, dreamy drink. Each glass packs a punch of flavor but contains less sugar and fewer calories than many other recipes.
Plus, this recipe creates four servings so there’s plenty to go around.
If you love this creamy orange shake, try my mandarin cheesecake salad - it also tastes like a dreamsicle!
I’ve also got a delicious rice pudding recipe that’s a great way to use up the leftover creamer from this one.
Feeling boozy? Check out these adorable jello shots or a sweet cocktail that puts a raspberry twist on your childhood push pops.

Orange Creamsicle Shake - Tips and Tricks

Easy prep. Freeze multiple batches of juice so you always have some on hand. Store the solid cubes in a large ziploc bag and use within 6 months for best results.Don’t forget the whipped cream! This is what gives it that classic orange creamsicle flavor. Either a spray can or a tub of Cool Whip will work, or whip up a quick batch of my homemade recipe.Make it more vibrant. Add two to three drops of food coloring and slowly increase the amount as needed until it reaches the desired hue.Short on time? You can pour in the juice as a liquid and use 2 cups of regular ice cubes instead. Just be aware that the overall flavor will be more mild. orange creamsicle - pouring orange juice into an ice cube tray
Topping Ideas
A few slices of fresh fruit are a simple and pretty garnish for your orange creamsicle shake, and you can’t go wrong with a maraschino cherry on top!
Sprinkles make everything more fun, and you can use regular jimmies or some sanding sugar to give it a little sparkle.
orange creamsicle adding oj ice cubes to the blender
Kitchen Tools You Will Need
Blender - Any brand will do, but this high powered one is my favorite. I use it for ice cream, smoothies, soups, my famous tomato sauce, and clearly this orange shake!Ice Cube Tray - Each well (one cube) typically holds about 1 ounce of liquid, so you’ll need a tray that makes 16 cubes. 

FAQ - Common Recipe Questions

Can I double this orange shake recipe?
Easily increase the amounts for a larger group or reduce them by half if it’s just the two of you.
Depending on the size of your blender, you may need to work in batches to ensure everything is thoroughly combined.
How do I make this orange creamsicle shake without the creamer?
You can create a DIY version by combining 1 cup half and half with ¼ cup powdered sugar and 1 tablespoon vanilla extract.
orange creamsicle shake in the blender
Can I make a different flavor instead?
Sure! Just swap out the juice with whichever other flavor you’re in the mood for. Pineapple, mango, or a tropical blend would be especially delicious.
Or, try frozen strawberries or raspberries instead of juicy ice cubes.
Enjoy!
orange shake 2 toasting
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Video: 3-Ingredient Orange Creamsicle Shake

To see us make these from start to finish, watch the video at the top of this post.

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3-Ingredient Orange Creamsicle Shake + Video

Orange creamsicle shakes are sweet, refreshing, and will fill you with nostalgia. Blend these up in minutes with a few simple ingredients!Prep time: 5 MinTotal time: 5 Min

Ingredients

1 cup French vanilla creamer (liquid creamer)2 cups store bought orange juice, frozen into ice cubeswhipped creamfresh orange slices, optional

Instructions

Combine creamer and orange juice cubes in a blender, use pusher or scrape down sides until mixture is of shake consistency. Add additional creamer or milk if you need to thin it out more.Pour about 3 ounces of shake into the bottom of an 8 ounce glass. Add a dollop of whipped cream. Add about 3 ounces more of shake, and then add another dollop of whipped cream. Give shake a light stir to swirl whipped cream and shake. Add 2 ounces of shake and top off with a dollop of whipped cream and a fresh orange slice.Repeat until all glasses are filled.Serve and enjoy!DONNA'S NOTESIf you would like your shakes to appear more orange, add a few drops of orange food coloring.If you don't have time to freeze the orange juice, you can use 2 cups of ice cubes in your mixture. Be aware that the flavor will be milder due to the addition of ice.If you need to substitute the creamer you can use 1 cup half and half, 1/4 cup powdered sugar and 1 tablespoon vanilla extract.https://www..com/2015/03/dreamy-orange-creamsicle-shake-recipe.htmlRecipe developed by Donna Elick forThe Slow Roasted Italian
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