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It seems to be the Harry Potter food that most people want to try more than any other! Fortunately, now you can, of course, at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. In fact, I was there the second week after it opened!! My only complaint is that I wanted more!
I wanted it to be even bigger! But I have a feeling that I would have wanted that no matter what! It was so delicious!
It was something like a cross between a butterscotchy cream soda and a root beer float. We kept finding ourselves wanting to go back for more thank goodness for the awesomely adorable souvenir mugs! I knew immediately that it was something I wanted to try to replicate for my blog. And believe it or not, I really did!
I wanted to find something that was easy and fast, but not just your plain old glass of cream soda with boring whipped cream on top.
I started with the butterbeer itself. Jo Rowling describes it as being butterscotch, but not so sickly sweet. After trying the WW version, I, like others, started with a base of cream soda. Admittedly, the WW butterbeer is very, very close to cream soda. All I needed to do was find a way to make it more like butterscotch in flavor.
I considered butterscotch syrup, but ruled it our for two reasons: I honestly thought it would add to much sweetness to the already sweet soda. What else could give me that buttery flavor, but butter? Butter in soda, though? That sounds really gross to me. Imitation butter flavor turned out to be the perfect solution.
Believe it or not, just a dash added to 12 ounces of cream soda was perfect!
It only works for me about half of the time. Seems like a great jumping off point, so I started with a basic whipped cream recipe and tweaked it until I had the right flavor.
All you need for the butterbeer foam is heavy cream, sugar, vanilla, and butter extract or clarified butter, which is excellent in this. This is another gluten-free recipe!
Make as directed, adding in the butter extract as below. This has been, by far, the most fun, the most exciting thing that I have made. I could hardly wait to blog about it!!
It truly does taste like what I remember from the park, and I hope everyone gets a chance to try it! Set out 6 ounce glasses. Pour 12 ounces of cream soda into each glass, over the butter. Lightly stir, if necessary. To make the foam: In a large bowl, or the bowl of a standing mixer, whip the heavy cream on medium high speed for minutes until it starts to thicken.
Add the sugar and continue whipping until very soft peaks begin to form, another minutes if you need to whip more or less, then be sure to do so, the times can vary quite a bit based on environment. Stir in the vanilla and imitation butter or clarified butterthen whip for another 30 seconds or so, until soft peaks form.
Spoon a generous portion of foam on top of each glass of butterbeer, mixing gently, if desired or spoon the foam into the bottom of the glass and pour the butterbeer over the top.I used Soda Stream 'Cola' Syrup in the frosting to really amp up the Coke flavor!
Hello my friends. I've got another cupcake for you today Are cupcakes over? Coke Float Cupcakes. The book is filled with gorgeous pictures, easy recipes, both sweet and savory & everything you've grown to love about my site. After we mastered our blowing bubble gum skills, we used Ginger Snaps' How to Make a Coke Float packet.
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For example, enter "giraffe" and you'll get . Sep 30, · To make a coke float, start by filling a glass 3/4 full with cola. Then, carefully add one or more scoops of ice cream to the glass.
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