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Dreamcicle Delights Smoothie Recipe for your Brunch Table

Dreamcicles. They evoke childhood memories and now appear as a lovely smoothie recipe for your brunch table. One never gets tired of the combination of orange and cream. And these lovely beverages have a little secret. I used a short cut that I am going to teach you.


Liquid Dreamcicle




I used coconut nut milk ice cubes (recipe to follow) to give just the right amount of creaminess, and flavor. I love having a bag of these on hand for frozen drinks. Ice tends to water things down. These are made from young Thai coconuts and homemade nut milk. 1 coconut (flesh plus liquid) to 1 cup nut milk goes into a high speed blender and is blended until smooth. Pour the mixture into an ice cube tray and freeze. Once frozen, place the cubes in a storage container in the freezer.

I love having a batch of these on hand. You will always have a nice creamy, frozen drop of goodness to toss into your drinks. I prefer to use a young thai coconut over canned coconut milk because it hasn’t gone through processing and refining. Canned coconut milk also tends to have other ingredients added. By using a fresh young coconut, you are getting a whole food which we all know is greatly desired over processed food and will have more nutrients intact.


Coconut Nut Milk Frozen Cubes


Now for our lovely drink worthy of any brunch table, we are going to take our coconut nut milk cubes and combine them with fresh squeezed orange juice.


Dreamcicle Smoothies


Blend away, taste for sweetness and be prepared to become addicted. I am. For a fun twist, the orange/coconut mixture can be blended with sparkling water for a festive drink!


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  1. Laura Black wrote on April 28, 2015

    This sounds like a great idea for popsicles, too! Summers comin’! 🙂

  2. Naomi Teeter wrote on April 8, 2015

    These look so luxurious and fancy! I can’t wait to try them for myself!

    • Susan wrote on April 8, 2015

      Thank you, Naomi!

  3. Anna wrote on April 8, 2015

    looks super refreshing and delicious 🙂

    • Susan wrote on April 7, 2015

      Thank you, Tammy!

  4. Stacey wrote on April 6, 2015

    Can’t wait to try this! Thanks for the post.

    • Susan wrote on April 6, 2015

      Hi Stacey, Thank you so much and enjoy! Cheers!

    • Susan wrote on April 6, 2015

      Thank you so much and yes, they are really good. Cheers!

  5. Dawn wrote on April 4, 2015

    Um, I’ll take 2 please — they look delicious! And what a clever idea with the ice cubes!

    • Susan wrote on April 7, 2015

      Hey, Dawn…come on over and I will whip some up for you! xo


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