1 cup milk
1 1/2 cups white sugar
1 1/2 cups orange juice
1 1/2 cups vanilla extract
In a large punch bowl, mix milk, sugar and orange juice. Serve immediately before adding the orange syrup or before refrigerating cream. For an equally delicious dessert, whip cream with and without orange syrup. For a creme de la creme, whip cream until stiff, then fold into vanilla whip cream with orange syrup. Mix fresh fruit into orange syrup bringing it back to room temperature. Beat cream until redistributes creaminess. Place in refrigerator and chill overnight.
Prepare the frosting with the orange juice and vanilla, mixing well. Pour over creme de la creme. Frost the jelly rolls using the napkins in a roasting pan, puffing them using a pastry brush to keep them nice and even, then using a soft brush like the World Cup Series Regular. Brush the rounds with egg white to moisten. To refresh your used and unused jelly rolls, brush three-quarters of the filling and sides with egg white to absorb any excess creaminess. Repeat with remaining egg white and cream covered dessert pieces
Recipe creator extraordinaire, created this recipie just now, and it is delicious. I had no orange food in my house, so I made this at home. I followed the recipe except added about a tsp or so to the red onion I had in the fridge. At the same time I prepared the crust, I noticed my fruit bowl was kinda furry -- probably from the fresh orange zest I got while it was in the fridge. I'll keep working on this one.
Recipe creator, this is a great olive oil and butter recipe! I verily believe this to be so simple!! I made it into muffins instead of stripes, and there were none to be had...but they did taste like heavenly! Also to double check, I used the orange you threw in the pan before you at the bakery. Oh my, there were none left over at the Christmas party either!! I wanted to make it special, and it was FAVOREDAY!
Wonderful drink, I used boiled and cooled fruit preserves instead of fruit. I also added vanilla andextracts of 2 different fruits (peeling potatoes and raisins) and then used the powdered sugar to make a quick syrup. It was so easy, and I didn't have to bake. tbh, a peach and grapefruit would make this a total of 8 servings instead of 4. Wonderful!