Recipe Directions

Blend all ingredients in Vitamix, or high speed blender

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A slightly sweet, slightly tart refreshing seasonal smoothie.

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Trying this purty quick here!

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I forgot to ask.. Do you really need the walnuts?

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I am so buying cranberries today. This looks awesome! I can honestly say I don't think I have ever eaten (drank) raw cranberries. I have always just only had the cranberry sauce. Now if I can only find them on sale...even better.

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Oh and I forgot to say that I strained mine (I didn't have any ice) to remove the cranberry grit. I have a 1960's Vitamix so I'm curious if you guys get it smooth with a newer one. I could always add the ice after straining for a real julius! Lovely pink color by the way!

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Yum-O!!!! It tastes like a cran-orange julius! I doubled up on the vanilla because have alcohol free and used less water. Thanks soooo much! This one definitely gets 5 stars

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This is very tasty! Next time I will do a bit less water, perhaps just a cup, so it is a bit thicker. It is very refreshing!!!

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I love cranberries!!! I wonder if frozen cranberries would be good instead of using ice(I got out of habit of using it and just not a fan of it in my smoothies anymore). Thinking a little nutmeg or cinnamon would be good with this as well.
Reminds me I need to buy more cranberries, I eat many this time of year :)

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