I’m breaking my own record for making the most SuperTarget runs in a single week ever. Most of the time when I make a repeat trip to the store, it’s because my Wunderlist app does an oops on me or my Littles are begging for gum. Those things usually make me forget to buy something I need.
Gotta say I adore my Wunderlist and iPhone when shopping, but sometimes I accidentally delete stuff. Story of my life.
Anyway. I was going in and out of SuperTarget this week like it’s my BFF’s house because of the Wubble Bubble…
The Wubble Bubble. It Looks Like a Bubble, Plays Like a Ball! As Seen on TV. You know where this is going.
I saw a display of Wubble Bubbles with those all-enticing red clearance stickers on them. They looked super fun, were on total sale, and The Littles would have a blast. They did have a major blast with their new inflatable ball. For like 5 minutes. The ball had a crack, so we went back to exchange it.
The second ball turned out all lopsided when we inflated it and looked more like an oblong squash than a ball. Back to the store. Just when we thought our Wubble trouble was over, the new ball popped within the first hour of play. Strike three; goodbye forever, Wubby.
Thankfully, it’s not nearly as hard to get a Strawberry Julius Recipe right. All it takes is a few ingredients. Less, if you don’t count water and ice.
About a week ago, our family piled into the car and headed out to our favorite local berry patch. We picked enough ruby red, luscious strawberries to last us weeks. Too bad fresh strawberries don’t last more than a few days in the fridge; I finally gave in and quit trying to force strawberries on everyone every couple of hours. We ended up freezing the majority of those beautiful berries.
The upside: frozen strawberries = smoothies. Rather than the typical yogurt-banana-strawberry smoothie, we went Julius style and whipped up these copycat Strawberry Julius drinks.
The Littles totally appreciated this Strawberry Julius Recipe, and have been asking me to blend it up every single day since. Good thing I still have, umm, another box full of frozen strawberries in the freezer.
Hang around for some more delicious strawberry recipes 🙂 Enjoy.
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Strawberry Julius Recipe
- Combine all ingredients in a powerful blender. Blend until mixture is smooth and frothy. May need to scrape down sides/bottom intermittently. Serve and enjoy immediately! (Note: there is quite a variation in the amount of sugar to be used, as it largely depends on how sweet your berries are to begin with. The sweetness/ripeness of your natural berries will make a big difference!)
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Source: Chew Out Loud, adapted from Food.com