On TV with Oranges and Sweaty Pits

Guess what I’ll be doing this morning? I will be LIVE and sweating it up, once again, on Fox23′s “Great Day, Green Country” as I share my recipe for Skinny Orange Julius.


I have been asked to share my weirdness and my recipe on LIVE television with the world. (Well, at least the world that lives in or around the Oklahoma area).

 

They just don’t realize what they’ve done.

 


I wanted a skinny version of one of my favorite drinks-Orange Julius.  You can find the step-by-step tutorial, along with a printable recipe for Skinny Orange Julius here.

This recipe is a great just as a beverage, but can also be frozen and eaten as Orange Sherbet-(a skinny alternative to icecream)!



It’s a tasty, low calorie drink and it’s super easy to make. You can either check me out this morning around 10am on Fox 23 “Great Day, Green Country“, or come back here later in the day and I will have the video posted for your viewing pleasure. Either way, you get to watch as I nervously try to perform basic human functions.

Enjoy!

 

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Here are the links to my other appearances on Fox23′s Great Day Green Country:

Homemade Cleaning Products
Homemade Beauty Products 
Homemade Laundry Items

Here are links to my Homemade Household Cleansers and Beauty Products:

Homemade Hygiene Products
Non-Toxic Beauty Products
Non-Toxic Cooking Spray
Anti-Bacterial Spray
Easy Laundry Soap
DIY Brass Cleaner
Organic Vegetable/Produce Cleaner
Homemade Household Cleaners

And here are a few Homemade Food Items to easily replace store-bought items:
Simple, Tasty Granola
Easy Crockpot Yogurt
Simple, Homemade Butter
Cooking and Freezing Beans, avoiding BPA
Homemade Hummus
Garden Fresh Salsa

Thanks so much for stopping by and spending time with such a weirdo. Make sure you become a Facebook Fan or a Linky Follower to keep up to date with what this weirdo comes up with next. Have a great day!

 

 

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