Iced Orange Creamsicle Milk

filed under: Food + Drink on June 24, 2020

Iced Orange Creamsicle is a cool and refreshing orange-flavored milk poured over crushed ice and freshly sliced oranges for an orange creamsicle taste. Try my Orange Creamsicle Mousse for another perfect summertime treat!

Orange Creamsicle Milk

A creamsicle is a frozen treat invention that is vanilla ice cream topped with a layer of frozen fruit juice. They were first known as epsicles over one hundred years ago, but you may know them as dreamsicles or popsicles. Now, the orange creamsicle flavor is included in lots of treats, including my Orange Creamsicle Cookies and this Iced Orange Creamsicle drink.

Iced Orange Creamsicle Drink in Cocktails Glass with Oranges Around It

Orange Creamsicle Milk Recipe

This orange-flavored milk is fun to make at home anytime you are craving a sweet, refreshing treat and you don’t even need a blender!

Ingredients (full recipe below)

  • Crushed ice
  • Orange
  • Whole milk–You could also make this with low-fat milk or your favorite milk.
  • Vanilla syrup – You could also use simple syrup or maple syrup.
  • Orange extract

Pouring Milk Into Iced Orange Creamsicle Drink with Oranges in Background

How to Make Orange Creamsicle Milk

The first thing you will want to do for this recipe is to wash the orange. You should always wash oranges, even if you are planning to peel them. I did not peel the orange in this recipe. Simply slice the orange up and set the slices aside.

In two drinking glasses, evenly distribute the crushed ice. Fill the glasses about halfway with ice and add about three orange slices to each glass. In a separate bowl or pitcher, stir together the milk, vanilla syrup, and orange extract. Pour the sweetened milk into the two glasses and serve.

What is Vanilla Syrup?

Vanilla Syrup is what is adding to flavored coffee drinks. If you have ever ordered a Vanilla Latte they added vanilla syrup to it. It is basically a concentrated version of simple syrup with vanilla flavoring or vanilla bean added to it. If you don’t want to make simple syrup you can also use maple syrup is a substitute.

What does Orange Creamsicle Milk Taste Like?

There is no added cream to this recipe. It’s a sweet drink that has just enough of an orange creamsicle flavor in each sip. The sliced oranges add even more flavor to this smooth and refreshing drink. Cool and refreshing on hot summer days! 

Iced Orange Creamsicle Drink with Orange Slices and Crushed Ice

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Iced Orange Creamsicle Milk
Prep Time
5 mins
Total Time
5 mins
 

Orange Creamsicle Milk is a cool and refreshing orange-flavored milk poured over crushed ice and freshly sliced oranges for an orange creamsicle taste.

Course: Dessert, Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Iced Orange Creamsicle
Servings: 2
Calories: 243 kcal
Author: Amanda Rettke--iambaker.net
Ingredients
  • crushed ice
  • 1 medium orange, sliced
Milk Mixture
  • 2 cups whole milk
  • 4 tablespoons vanilla syrup* (see notes for more information)
  • 1/2 teaspoons orange extract
Instructions
  1. Fill each glass halfway with crushed ice. (The more ice you use the more diluted the drink will be, so start with a small amount.)

  2. Slice an orange and put about three slices in each glass.

Milk Mixture
  1. In a large bowl or pitcher, stir together the milk, vanilla syrup, and orange extract. Pour half of the milk mixture into each glass and serve.

Recipe Notes

What is Vanilla Syrup?

Vanilla Syrup is what is adding to flavored coffee drinks. If you have ever ordered a Vanilla Latte they added vanilla syrup to it. It is basically a concentrated version of simple syrup with vanilla flavoring or vanilla bean added to it. If you don't want to make simple syrup you can also use maple syrup is a substitute.

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