Recipe Directions

Put all ingredients except ice into a blender and blend until creamy. Then add the tray of ice cubes and blend again until all the ice is blended in well. Enjoy!

Angie207's Thoughts

Okay, I updated it, since I have lately started using 3 oranges & like the flavor better. Creamy, sweet, orangey heaven in a glass!

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I taught a raw food class last night, and my mom was there, and she brought up this recipe to brag to everyone about some of the yummy raw foods I make. :)

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I like it, so can you make it lots?

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chakra essence - Thanks! What are cara cara oranges? I forgot to mention that you may not need the agave if your oranges & coconut are sweet enough - all my recipes are usually extra sweet because I have a six-year-old I am trying to keep happy & healthy.

Chris S - There is already a lot of flavor, but let me know if you try it.

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Chris S, I was thinking of coconut water ice cubes, oj would work, too - good idea! The only coconut meat & water I have seen already scooped out is pasteurized & has sugar added - it is not frozen. Thanks for the info.

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Maybe some frozen oj ice cubes for upped flavor :).

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This sounds really yummy and my style, simple. Ardesmond2, I know that fruit frozen is raw as it doesn't take well to being blanched. Not sure about coconuts, but it seems to me that it wouldn't survive blanching either. Didn't know you could buy it frozen, will have to look for it.

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I just made this without the agave and with vanilla beans instead of extract...Holy cow! It was amazing!! I also used cara cara oranges, wowsers! Thanks for the recipe!!

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Sorry I should have been more descriptive. The coconut water and meat are scooped out and and then frozen. Not sure how much processing goes into this, but I reckon its better then using the dipped ones.

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Cool! Let me know what you guys think of it. It is soooo nice to have a place to share recipes with people who appreciate them :)

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I second rawclaire! It went straight to my recipe box too! I can't WAIT to try this! I'm curious to as to how the orange-coconut combo tastes...

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I haven't ever seen Thai coconuts frozen - the frozen ones aren't dipped & the fresh ones are? It seems like the inside would be protected; I don't know anything about it.

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LOL me to rawclaire so fun fresh and simple. I buy my coconut frozen as the farmers market has the fresh ones that were dipped in formaldehyde EWWWWW. Wondering if anyone else does this ?????

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Super yummy!! The coconut just adds sweetness & richness, the thicker the coconut meat is, the more you taste a traditional coconut flavor. It is really good either way :)

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omg that went straight in my recipe box! What does the orange-coconut combo taste like? :)

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