Delicious, creamy, caramelly flavor. Reminds me of milkshakes I had when I was a fountain girl at Friendly’s in highschool! Approximate Calories 250

Recipe Directions

Place dates, coconut meat and water in a vitamix or other high powered blender and whiz away. Add icecubes about a minute into the process.
Pour and enjoy!

VIBRANCE's Thoughts

Delicious, creamy, caramelly flavor. Reminds me of milkshakes I had when I was a fountain girl at Friendly’s in highschool!
Approximate Calories 250

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Wow this looks amazing....in my recipe box.

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I just made this and it was pretty good.

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Okay, I made something called "Orange With Ice" (my son's name for it) after getting the creamscicle idea from here & seeing a recipe for Orange Julius also on this site. I'll go post it now :)

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Some vanilla might help the creamscicle flavor - yum!

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Yum - that sounds good too anmanoel! There are so many variations...you could add raw chocolate powder for a choco caramel shake, or chai spices for a chai shake.
If you use oranges try adding some coconut butter also, it will taste like a creamsicle...very rich and delicious!

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oh, and some cinnamon too!

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i just made something like this, but i add an orange to my blender... it's kind of a mix of this recipe and another one i saw earlier on the website. Very good. ;9

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Wow, I don't usually eat dates....buuuut, I think this week I'm going to splurge! This is so simple and sounds great! Thanks Vibrance!!

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OMG I have to try that!

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