Students were not required to consume the end product; several shared with classmates or eager adults. Our high school students with autism don't always trust us when we tell them something tastes good, so they relax a little when they know they don't have to actually put anything in their mouths.
As usual, my buddy created the board with picture symbols needed for the task:
We did add a little water so the mixture would blend, then it was time to brave the blender and listen to the very loud grinding and feel the vibration of the contraption as it whirled the chunks of ice and fruit.
We discovered that some batches were very, very tart due to using too much OJ concentrate. However, we managed to drink them up without too much grimacing.