ITALIAN CREAM SODA RECIPE

Italian Cream Soda Recipe made with sweet syrups, cream and club soda. It’s a delicious & festive addition to any special occasion!

Italian Cream Soda Recipe is a family favorite at our house. We keep syrups on hand and my kids get so excited when we pull them out to make these tasty treats. There are several brands of syrup that work for this recipe. It’s also a lot easier to find the syrups than it used to be! Your grocery store will likely have at least a few flavors in the coffee section as well as the mixed drink section. Home goods stores also tend to carry several flavors in their gourmet kitchen items sections. You can also find them for a great price on Amazon.

Italian Cream Soda Recipe made with sweet syrups, cream and club soda. It's a delicious & festive beverage for any special occasion!

Italian Cream Sodas are such a fancy (but expensive!) treat I like to splurge on when I go out to eat sometimes. Now I just make them at home since it’s so much cheaper and just as delicious! At this time of year, holiday food is great and all but a fun tradition we have is to make specialty drinks, particularly for New Year’s. This Homemade Italian Cream Soda Recipe makes are super tasty cream sodas. I love how they look! Aren’t they so festive and pretty?!

Italian Cream Soda Recipe made with sweet syrups, cream and club soda. It's a delicious & festive addition to any special occasion! Homemade Italian Cream Sodas

What you’ll need:

  • To make one Italian Cream Soda, you’ll need:

    • 1/2 cup Club Soda
    • 3 TBSP Torani Syrup
    • 1 TBSP Half & Half
    • 3-4 ice cubes
    • whipped cream and a cherry for the top
    1. Add ice to glasses.
    2. Measure out about 1/2 cup Club Soda and pour into each glass. If you have larger glasses, you can adjust the amount of ingredients.
    3. Measure out 3 TBSP Torani syrup and pour over the soda.
    4. Add 1-2 TBSP Half & Half to the soda/syrup mixture.
    5. Serve with whipped cream and a cherry on top, as well as a cute straw to stir with prior to drinking. It’s fun to admire the cool swirls of the syrup and cream, but encourage everyone to give it a little stir before drinking so that all the flavors meld. ENJOY!

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Italian Cream Soda Recipe made with sweet syrups, cream and club soda. It's a delicious & festive beverage for any special occasion!

Italian Cream Sodas are a favorite drink for many (for good reason!) and now you can make them easily at home, any flavor, any time you want!
Italian Cream Sodas are a favorite drink for many (for good reason!) and now you can make them easily at home, any flavor, any time you want!
 Italian Cream Soda Recipe made with sweet syrups, cream and club soda. It's a delicious & festive beverage for any special occasion!
Italian Cream Soda Recipe made with sweet syrups, cream and club soda. It's a delicious & festive beverage for any special occasion! Easy #holiday #drink recipe from Butter With A Side of Bread

 

HOMEMADE ITALIAN CREAM SODAS

Italian Cream Sodas made with sweet syrups, cream and club soda are a delicious & festive addition to any special occasion! See how easy they are to make!

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Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup Club Soda
  • 3 TBSP Torani Syrup
  • 1 TBSP Half & Half
  • 3-4 ice cubes
  • whipped cream and a cherry for the top

Instructions

  1. Add ice to glasses.
  2. Measure out about 1/2 cup Club Soda and pour into each glass. If you have larger glasses, you can adjust the amount of ingredients.
  3. Measure out 3 TBSP Torani syrup and pour over the soda.
  4. Add 1-2 TBSP Half & Half to the soda/syrup mixture.
  5. Serve with whipped cream and a cherry on top, as well as a cute straw to stir with prior to drinking. It’s fun to admire the cool swirls of the syrup and cream, but encourage everyone to give it a little stir before drinking so that all the flavors meld. ENJOY!
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Italian Cream Soda Recipe made with sweet syrups, cream and club soda. It’s a delicious & festive beverage for any special occasion!

89 COMMENTS

  1. Yum !!!! This looks and sounds totally cool !!! I'm sure finding half the stuff u mentioned above is going to be literally impossible here in India ... But well I'm sure I can substitute it with something else!! But hey, thanks for the recipe !
  2. there is a chance no one will answer my question, but please do. :-)<br /><br />can you taste the club soda?<br /><br />i don&#39;t like it elsewhere..so..<br />but these look so yummy! :-)
  3. Love cherry cream sodas but the raspberry-vanilla sounds great. Thank you for the recipe.<br /><br />We may have met by chance...but we become friends by choice.<br />The children were nestled all snug in their beds,<br />While visions of sugar-plums danced in their heads;
  4. I don&#39;t think I have ever had a cream soda, but now I must. I love your photos, they drew me in!<br /><br />I found you from Mommy&#39;s Sweet Confession link party. I am now following your facebook and pinterest!<br /><br />Cynthia at http://FeedingBig.com
  5. If you have a Soda Stream, it is perfect for these. That is why I purchased it. These looks amazing! I am also looking in to making my own syrups. My favorite is a Vanilla cream Italian Soda. There&#39;s a bit of information about recipes and such if you look on the web.
  6. Just tried this tonight with the family. We love getting Italian sodas at a local Italian deli. So fun to have the proportions to make them at home. They were a bit more mild than those at the deli, but definitely good. My son wants me to make them every night. Thanks!<br /><br />MJ (www.ahappysong.com)
  7. These look so fun and delicious! We love doing italian sodas at our house and for parties. They are always a huge hit!<br />I&#39;d love for you to come over and share at Finding the Pretty &amp; Delicious Linky Party!<br />http://www.yourhomebasedmom.com/finding-the-pretty-delicious-linky-party-2/
  8. Hello Jessica! Your picture here landed on one of my Pinterest pages, and I must say, the minute I saw this delicious drink, I was sold! I am in the process of gathering some yummy recipes like this, and would love to feature this in my magazine... please shoot me an email if interested. I&#39;d love to make one myself, and add your website and a little about &quot;you&quot; spot on it!<br />
  9. I Pinned this one...it looks fantabulous! I&#39;m thinking of trying Midori or another fruity liqueur instead of the Torani, just to jazz it up for adults. ;)<br />
  10. This is such a great recipe! I featured it on my blog today! feel free to go check it out! http://littlebitsofeverythingqce.blogspot.com/2013/04/pinned-it-friday-haley-edition_19.html <br /><br />thanks for sharing!<br /><br />-Haley
  11. I made it using Perrier, sugar free raspberry syrup and almond milk - no whipped cream (I have lactose intolerant kids. It was not too sweet-just perfect, tasted like a healthy version of pop.<br /><br />Because I used almond milk instead of cream which is much thinner, I didn&#39;t get the pretty effect as pictured but it tasted really good. The perfect hot day treat without all the sugar.
  12. I just made these tonight! Had a hard time finding flavors even in our markets out west but then remembered that Cost Plus carries pretty much every flavor for $7.99 in huge bottles. I also found a few flavors in the smaller, picnic sized bottles in the Picnic bins if you just want to try smaller amounts. YUM!
  13. After one of my dad&#39;s friends local coffee shop closed due to the fact of starting a family, I couldn&#39;t find the blackberry vanilla Italian soda she made anywhere. Tried this recipe and it was spot on, I used blackberry instead of raspberry, and the half and half was exactly what she did also. Always so cool. Thanks for the recipe!!
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  15. I just made these for my kids as their New Year&#39;s Eve drink. They&#39;re delicious! You can&#39;t taste the club soda at all. I&#39;m gonna have to stock up on syrups because I think they&#39;re going to be the new favorite drink around here!
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  18. I couldn&#39;t find the raspberry syrup so I substituted Rose&#39;s Grenadine syrup instead and it turned out delicious. I also substituted the club soda for ginger ale. So yummy!

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