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Orange Creamsicle Smoothie

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Orange Creamsicle Smoothie

Remember the simple joy of enjoying a creamy, citrusy popsicle on a hot summer day? Now, imagine capturing that same delightful flavor in a glass – that’s precisely what an orange creamsicle smoothie offers. 

I like simple, quick, and healthy options for breakfast. Lately, I’ve been getting into a rut and got tired of the same old turkey bacon, egg, and juice.

I needed something different that wouldn’t take all morning to cook. Plus, I needed to increase my calcium intake to help my bun in the oven grow some strong bones.

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Nostalgic Bliss

Orange creamsicles have been a cherished part of many childhoods, and the flavors of these beloved frozen treats linger in our memories. The orange creamsicle smoothie is a delightful way to relive those moments, combining the bright and tangy taste of oranges with the luscious creaminess that makes the original popsicles so irresistible.

A Refreshing Classic Orange Creamsicle Smoothie

What makes the orange creamsicle smoothie truly special is its ability to bring together contrasting textures and flavors:

  1. Citrus Zing: Fresh orange juice or orange zest provides a burst of citrusy freshness, awakening the taste buds.
  2. Creamy Dream: The addition of yogurt or a creamy base gives the smoothie a luxurious, velvety texture that’s both soothing and satisfying.
  3. A Hint of Sweetness: Just the right amount of sweetness, often from natural sources like honey or agave nectar, balances the tartness of the oranges.

Family-Friendly Delight

One of the most charming aspects of the orange creamsicle smoothie is its universal appeal. Whether you’re a parent looking for a wholesome treat for your kids or an adult seeking a taste of nostalgia, this smoothie is a crowd-pleaser that transcends generations.

The orange creamsicle smoothie is more than just a beverage; it’s a sip of childhood nostalgia, a burst of refreshing citrus, and a comforting creaminess all in one glass. Whether you enjoy it as a revitalizing breakfast, a post-workout refresher, or a delightful dessert, this smoothie has a timeless allure that can brighten any moment. So, embrace the taste of summers past and present with the orange creamsicle smoothie – a sip of pure, creamy bliss.


Orange Creamsicle Smoothie - The Kreative Life
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Orange Creamsicle Smoothie


  • ½ Cup Mandarin Oranges
  • ½ Cup Light Vanilla Yogurt
  • ¼ Cup Orange Juice
  • 2 Tbsp. Old Fashioned Oats
  • 1 Tsp. Honey
  • 2 Ice Cubes


  1. Place all ingredients in blender and mix on medium speed until smooth. Pour into glass and serve with an orange wedge.

Orange Dreamsicle Smoothie - The Kreative Life

Orange Dreamsicle Smoothie - The Kreative Life

Orange Dreamsicle Smoothie - The Kreative Life

Orange Dreamsicle Smoothie - The Kreative Life



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  1. Sounds delish! I love that you put oats in it! I put oats in my smoothies too and everyone always thinks I’m nuts. Thanks for sharing up at Tasty Tuesdays. Can’t wait to see what you link up next week! Pinning!

  2. I get bored of breakfasts too. I’ll definitely be trying this out – looks delicious and cheery! Thank you for linking to the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope to see you next week.

  3. Thank you for sharing at Tasty Tuesdays! I am featuring this today at Red Cottage Chronicles. Creamsicles are a favorite summer treat. I cannot wait to give this a try. I love that it has oats in it as well.

  4. Currently on a diet and have a serious craving for an Orange Dreamscile. Which brought me to your blog. Didn’t have the ice cream so I used greek yogurt, and 2 scoops plain soy protein (things I had on hand). It was good but thinking this weekend I’m going to “bite the bullet” and use ice cream…LOL. Thanks for sharing.