Turn your favorite soda pop into soda pop ice cream with only 3 ingredients!Friday we flew to Utah for a nephew’s wedding. It was 63 degrees in Portland when we boarded the plane. Two hours later we got off the plane in Utah and it was 95 degrees. We went from Spring to Summer in two hours! It was a little bit of a shock to the system!!
95 degree weather calls for a cold soda and ice cream. Today’s Soda Pop Ice Cream Recipe is a combination of the two – a cold soda and ice cream. It may or may not get up to 95 degrees in Portland any time soon but we can still eat ice cream.
This ice cream recipe is super easy to make and only requires three ingredients. Your favorite choice of soda pop, one can of sweetened condensed milk and a cup of whole milk.
I picked three of my favorite flavors of soda pop to experiment with. My first, was of course, root beer. It totally reminded me of the root beer swirls we use to get at The Spot Drive In in Kenosha, Wisconsin where the girls roller skated out to our car and hung the tray on the window!
Like I said, homemade ice cream doesn’t get much easier than Soda Pop Ice Cream. Use 4 cups of your favorite soda. Make sure your soda is cold, it will freeze a lot easier and your ice cream maker will not have to work as hard.
After the ice cream is formed I put it in the freezer to hardened up. This recipe makes a nice “icy” type of ice cream. Love it!
So the next time your weather calls for a cold soda pop and ice cream give Soda Pop Ice Cream a try. What flavor will you try?
Try some of my other favorite ice cream recipes here:
- 4 C cold soda pop any flavor
- 1 14 oz. can sweetened condensed milk
- 1 C whole milk
- Mix all ingredients together and pour into 2 qt. ice cream maker.
- Freeze as directed
- Place in freezer after finished to harden up
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