Orange Julius
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Orange Julius

This recipe for Breakfast Drinks was submitted by joblow5$ on 5/26/2003. Click here to view the recipe.

Recipe number 1002.

Average Rating = 4 (out of 5)

By Yankdownunder

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I agree with CherokeeAngle13 that they used Malt Powder in it. First time I had one was in the early 70's. YUMM!!!

Comment submitted: 4/9/2017 (#20245)

Official Member: Team BreakfastBy xtiml (Team Breakfast Member)

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

The concern about raw eggs is unwarranted. If you have emphysema, I suggest you go on a diet of raw eggs and that is all, except pure water, for a week or two. Egg producers do not want to have their eggery come down or be contaminated with salmonella... just as getting sick from raw milk was over-exaggerated and caused everything to be pasteurized including your orange juice and other juices which destroys the best part of the nutrients in them. Pastuer was a charlatan.

Comment submitted: 11/26/2015 (#19668)

By Orange Habit

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

It tastes better with egg. For me, it goes to the taster preference. Not everyone has the same taste or remembers how it used to taste but this is the best I ever tasted. I miss those hotdogs too!

Comment submitted: 5/6/2014 (#18862)

By Matt

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Bland. Omitted salt, still did not pop like a Julius should. Not recommended.

Comment submitted: 4/4/2014 (#17388)

Official Member: Team BreakfastBy riannotti (Team Breakfast Member)

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I omitted the salt and replaced with sugar. I only used one egg. Delicious. Next time I will try 2 eggs. Stop worrying about the raw egg. You don't consume them every day, do you? And I bet you let your kids lick the brownie batter off the spoon... that's got raw eggs, doesn't it?

Comment submitted: 8/16/2012 (#14295)

By Funkerman

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

The egg adds to the thickness. Delicious.

Comment submitted: 2/2/2011 (#12053)

By dorita

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Needs sugar, like the egg. It adds protein. Mmmmmmm

Comment submitted: 12/30/2010 (#11810)

By MJ5

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I skipped the egg and it was still delicious. Why would I need egg? What does it add?

Comment submitted: 9/25/2010 (#11281)

By 3litlpgs

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

This is soooo good! I would say it is more than 2 servings though!

Comment submitted: 9/23/2010 (#11275)

By blend everything

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Okay so the salt is wrong and can be omitted completely, but other than that this is delicious and very close to the old original recipe. At least that's what I think.

Comment submitted: 3/30/2010 (#10202)

By JuliusLover18

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Ewhww. Most digustigg Julius recipe ever. Very Ugh-Tastic.

Comment submitted: 3/22/2010 (#10124)

By MomUv5

Recipe says 21 servings?? I don't think so. Maybe 1-2 instead?? It makes me wonder if the submitter had a food service (i.e. LARGE) version of the recipe and didn't reduce the salt appropriately.

Note From Mr Breakfast:
Thanks MomUv5. I just changed the serving size to 2. I appreciate your note.

Comment submitted: 4/18/2009 (#7985)

By Flash - Master Of The Universe

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Really good. Pretty close to the real thing. I agree about the salt being too much. An entire teaspoon seems like way too much. I used just a couple dashes. Definitely reduce the salt. Otherwise, great.

Comment submitted: 1/8/2009 (#7309)

Official Member: Team BreakfastBy Giddymoon (Team Breakfast Member)

OMG people. People have been eating raw eggs / soft cooked eggs for centuries WITHOUT refrigeration and MANY bodybuilders still do it every single day of their lives. The chance of getting sick by a raw egg is lower than winning the lottery. It is all about the lawsuits, period. I just tried another Orange Julius recipe and I knew something was missing..yup, the raw egg. Next time I will know better and will be using the raw eggs!

Comment submitted: 8/11/2008 (#6107)

By OldJuliusFan

Orange Julius hasn't used raw eggs in years precisely because they're worried about lawsuits.

Comment submitted: 7/26/2008 (#5970)

By jtaylor

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

You should use egg whites only not yolks to reduce chance of illness wash egges before cracking and make sure it is survered cold. and btw if u read the sing it says that products have eggs :)

Comment submitted: 6/27/2008 (#5622)

By Raw Me No Like

I didn't know that you had to add raw eggs, you could get samonella poisoning, if thats what they use at Orange Julius they should really let you know!!!!!

Comment submitted: 3/25/2008 (#4889)

By boo

No orange juice or anything
add 3 eggs and 2 teaspoons of salt

Comment submitted: 3/14/2008 (#4820)

By skip the egg

I would take out the eggs and vanilla and add in a few tablespoons of vanilla pudding powder. You'll get the thickness without the raw egg.

Comment submitted: 2/7/2008 (#4578)

By CherokeeAngel13

Well I have to tell you mom use to work at Orange Julius in Riverside, California and they used a malt mixed in with their freshly squeezed oranges and ice along with the egg whites. MMMMMMM good! Too bad they aren't made that way too. Not to Mention those Awesome Hot dogs they use to have.

Comment submitted: 10/25/2007 (#3847)

By Goober

Salt in an Orange Julius... I don't think so.

Comment submitted: 9/11/2007 (#3549)

Official Member: Team BreakfastBy daniellesloan (Team Breakfast Member)

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Okay I could have some how messed it up but I just tried it and it was nasty.

Comment submitted: 7/12/2007 (#3195)

By mini chef

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

My teacher loved this recipe so much, I got an A for it.

Comment submitted: 5/27/2007 (#2531)

By John T,

The original recipe had no eggs in it, but it did have some malt (as in malted milk).

Comment submitted: 2/23/2007 (#1615)

By Bhaktijames

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

The egg was the hit. Love this recipe; axed the salt.

Comment submitted: 1/7/2007 (#1138)

By smoothie master

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

This is extreeeemly salty. If there was less salt, it would be ok... but just ok.

Comment submitted: 11/7/2006 (#662)

By Great Drink

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I love this drink. It's awesome!

Comment submitted: 10/28/2006 (#587)

Official Member: Team BreakfastBy Mr Breakfast (Team Breakfast Member)

That's a great idea "Safty First". I've received a couple emails about this recipe... people worried about the raw egg. Your version is much healthier too. Nice job!

Comment submitted: 9/10/2006 (#293)

By SafetyFirst

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Use powered egg whites. Safety First!

Comment submitted: 9/9/2006 (#291)