Terry’s Chocolate Orange Shake

Remember these?

Terrys-chocolate-orange-002It was the inspiration for this:

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Which looks better =)

When I started dating my husband, I noticed he received Terry’s Chocolate Oranges as gifts. A lot. People thought it was funny because his name is Terry ;p It’s kinda cute I guess. He admitted he actually never liked them, but didn’t want to be rude.

This however – he liked!

IMG_2203Terry’s Chocolate Orange (serves 2)

1 can of full fat coconut milk (leave this in the fridge overnight to harden)

2 frozen oranges (peel the oranges, then pull the pieces apart into segments before throwing them in a bag in the freezer)

1 scoop of chocolate protein powder (or 2 tbsp of cocoa powder)

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Throw all of the ingredients in a blender and blend until well combined. I wanted a milkshake-like consistency with this and the coconut cream did the trick – you may have to use the tamper on your blender to help it blend up though. You may want to add a sweetener to this, we found the oranges give it a nice subtle sweetness.

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12 thoughts on “Terry’s Chocolate Orange Shake

  1. NOM!! Well this is happening because I CAN TOTALLY EAT/DRINK it!! I would probably make it thicker too cause I love eating things like this with a spoon! 😉

  2. I don’t think I’ve ever had a chocolate orange, but that combination sounds sooo good! I am going to freeze some orange slices so I can make this 😀

    1. Wow – I can’t believe I forgot to include that important step (especially since my first time freezing bananas, I left the peel on :/). I peeled the oranges, then segmented them so it would blend easier while frozen. Thanks for asking – I will update the post with that info!

  3. Hi Kimmy,
    I am delighted that you shared your healthy and delicious Terry’s Chocolate Orange Shake with us on the Plant-Based Potluck Party Link Up. I appreciate it and I can’t wait to try this yummy recipe. I’m pinning and sharing.

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