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Egg Cream

Rated as 4 out of 5 Stars

"A classic drink that actually uses neither egg nor cream! This is an old NYC drink from back in the days of soda and milkshake shops. This always reminds me of Sunday mornings with my father."
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Ingredients

5 m servings 113 cals
Original recipe yields 1 servings (1 egg cream)

Directions

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Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 113 calories; 2.6 g fat; 17.9 g carbohydrates; 4.4 g protein; 10 mg cholesterol; 67 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

As a boy in NY, I grew up on these. In my neighborhood, they used ice-cold milk, and whipped it with the syrup in a blender before adding it to the seltzer water. My favorite was the Vanilla Eg...

Most helpful critical review

I guess you must have grown up with these to appreciate them. I didn't, and wasn't impressed in anyway. This was...flat tasting. I love chocolate sodas, I'll stick with them. Thanks anyway.

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As a boy in NY, I grew up on these. In my neighborhood, they used ice-cold milk, and whipped it with the syrup in a blender before adding it to the seltzer water. My favorite was the Vanilla Eg...

This is great! The only change I made was using light cream or half-n-half. and club soda. I mixed the cream and chocolate syrup in glass, added ice to top and poured the club soda on top. Unbe...

Just like the ones my grandmothers made for me growing up in NY. Thank you!

I guess you must have grown up with these to appreciate them. I didn't, and wasn't impressed in anyway. This was...flat tasting. I love chocolate sodas, I'll stick with them. Thanks anyway.

First, you have to use Fox's U-Bet Chocolate Syrup. Start by pouring a little less than 2 oz. of whole milk(has to be whole milk) into a soda glass. Then add seltzer to fill the glass 1/3 of t...

So refreshing! I hope to see an egg cream revivial soon. I like this even better when I substitude seltzer with coke. Yum!

Thank you for submitting this recipe...I have craved this drink since moving from the Philly area. They called it Italian Cream Soda at the Oaks movie theatre. Thanks again.

Chocolate Egg Creams were made exclusively with Fox's U-Bet chocolate syrup. Fox's has a flavor which is markedly different from any other brand, and is still being created in Brooklyn, NY. On...

Fizzy chocolate milk. If you don't like chocolate milk and if you don't like fizz then this isn't for you. If you do then you can appreciate this taste of NY. The fizz lightens the thickness of ...