Florida Orange Juice Float


There is something about citrus that can brighten my sad Winter day! Did you know citrus fruits and juices are considered heart-healthy foods that are fat-free and cholesterol-free! Plus, including delicious Florida citrus fruits and juices as part of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle may help promote a healthy weight, while fueling your body with many of the nutrients it needs for a lifetime of good health.  So not only does the flavor help you mind feel better but it is helpful to your body.

A simple glass of orange juice can brighten my day, but it is fun to change up a glass of good old oj. Today, I have a yummy orange juice float.  A lot of the time a similar version is made with orange flavored soda, but real oj is so much better.

You can used sparkling water, seltzer water, or club soda to add your fizz.  I used club soda.  You could even add flavored seltzer or sparkling water.  Just use a flavor that would compliment the orange juice.  I even think ginger-ale would work well.

Florida Orange Juice Float | realmomkitchen.com

Florida Orange Juice Float
 
Ingredients
  • 2 cups Florida orange juice
  • 1 cup club soda
  • ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 2 tablespoons grenadine, divided
  • 2-4 scoops vanilla frozen yogurt
Instructions
  1. Mix orange juice, club soda and vanilla extract in a medium-sized pitcher.
  2. Pour juice mixture into two or four glasses. Add 1½ teaspoons grenadine to each glass.
  3. Top each glass with a scoop of frozen yogurt. Serve immediately. Serves 2-4

Recipe adapted from a recipe from Heidi Skolnik for Floridajuice.com and used with permission.

Disclosure: I am a blogger ambassador for Florida Orange Juice.  However, my opinions are my own. Information about orange juice in this post was provided by Florida Orange Juice.

 

 

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