Monday, January 11, 2016

Butterbeer Experiment

We found over a thousand recipes online for making butterbeer can you believe that? One of the simplest and tastiest ones we choose to try was really good. Then we decided to combine it with something we already enjoyed to come up with this experimental recipe. It turned out great, I hope you enjoy!




  • 1 can of Cream Soda per person
  • 1 teaspoon Caramel Syrup per person (not the kind for ice cream, the kind for coffee)
  • 4 teaspoon Butterscotch Syrup (not the kind for ice cream, the kind for coffee)
  • 1 pint Heavy Whipping Cream 
Combine butterscotch and whipping cream in a mixing bowl.
Whip the cream with hand mixer, when soft peaks form, it's done.
Slowly stir caramel into the cream soda.
Then place a dollop of the whipped cream on top of the soda.
Careful it kinda bubbles over a bit if its close to the top.
That's it enjoy.

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16 comments:

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    1. It surprisingly was I am not really big on caramel or butterscotch but it paired well with the soda.

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  2. Sounds really good! Our cream soda here is red so the colour would likely differ. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. My 9 year old has been wanting to make Butterbeer for awhile, we are going to have to try this soon! I even have some cream soda from a small microbrewery that will be perfect!

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    1. Wow local stuff that would be nice instead of the mass produced stuff we used.

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  4. I have never heard of butterbeer but it sounds delish! This is going on the must try list :)

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    1. It's from Harry Potter books my kids read them all and they were wondering what it was and why kids were drinking beer, so we had to find out.

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  5. ohhhhhhhhhhhh I know that's yummy! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. You are welcome thanks for all the kind and helpful Linky Parties.

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  6. I'm gonna be honest, I have no idea what Butterbeer is (something from Harry Potter, right?), but this looks amazing and I'm definitely going to try it!


    Thanks for sharing with us at the Tips & Tricks party. That's how I found you. Hope to see you again on Monday!

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    1. You are so welcome, I am glad you found me. I hope you enjoy it. And don't forget to stop back by for new recipes later this week.

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  7. I've experimented with Butterbeer too! So good!

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  8. Sounds good to me! My husband won't try it so I will have to invite our two neighbor boys over for a treat.

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    1. Sounds like a plan let me know what you think.

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