Orange Julius

16-ounce can of frozen orange juice 
1 cup milk (I usually use skim milk) 
1 cup cold water 
1 cup of ice cubes 
Equal (3 or 4 packages) or sugar (about ¼ cup) to taste
Put frozen orange juice in blender. Add remaining ingredients and blend until smooth. This mixture will fill the blender but only makes two full glasses, so you may need to repeat this procedure. This is really healthy and wonderful. Lots of calcium and vitamin C. All you need for breakfast.
Note: This is the original recipe, but instead of measuring the milk and water, I usually just fill up the empty juice can once with the milk and once with the water, and dump about 5 or 6 ice cubes and 2 packages of Equal in the blender. This makes it a little thicker. You can experiment to see which you prefer.

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