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Soda Pop Ice Cream

RACH FORCE

"A slushy flavorful dessert. A fave with kids! Some tips: Pour slowly and don't let it overflow. Eat fast! This dessert melts extremely quickly."
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Ingredients

5 m servings 57 cals
Original recipe yields 2 servings

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Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 57 calories; 0 g fat; 14.5 g carbohydrates; 0 g protein; 0 mg cholesterol; 11 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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I'm 14 and I love the winter! My little brother who is 3 loves icecream! I made this for him using peach flavored soda pop, He loves it! this is great for little kids!! -Mya-

Most helpful critical review

My nephews have been doing this for years with just a plastic cup. I prefer the evap milk and snow myself.

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I'm 14 and I love the winter! My little brother who is 3 loves icecream! I made this for him using peach flavored soda pop, He loves it! this is great for little kids!! -Mya-

I liked it!

My nephews have been doing this for years with just a plastic cup. I prefer the evap milk and snow myself.

it looks great especially cause i added the photo i used to eat this all the time with my mom when i was a little girl and it brings back alot of good memorys.

five stars for the fun factor alone! I'm snowed in with "Snowmagedon" her in PA and just opened my door, scooped out some snow, mixed in soda for my son, and put it in a fancy glass. He loved ...

Ice cream made with snow never tastes like traditional ice cream...but this was something else entirely. It was a really odd flavor. We tried again with apple juice and that was eaten right up...