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Sweet! Seriously. This recipe is soooo sweet (as in taste). Nonetheless, it tastes good!
i luv harry potter
This was fun! I doubled the recipe, and now I have way too much mix leftover. Both the ice cream and the butter need to be very soft to not get lumps. Most people found it way too sweet, and no one went back for seconds. I could only find mulled apple cider, and that is what I used. I thing it would have tasted nicer with sparkling cider as someone mentioned. I had butterscotch chips and butterscotch liquor for those who wanted to add something extra. This was a neat idea, but I don't think I'd make it again.
Very good, but make sure the ice cream is softened enough before adding the butter, or else it will not melt properly and you will get butter chunks in the mix.
Fantastic! I have one very important tip. Make sure you butter has softened completely and blend all of the ingredients very well. The first time I made this, there were bits of butter in the ice cream mixture, which wasn't pleasant. Done correctly, this is a really yummy drink and great for those Harry Potter fans!
Yum!! I made this for my kids as a treat to make tidying up a more pleasant task and it worked!! :) I liked it cold, sort of like a float, but kids and DH loved it warm! Thanks! I suspect we have a new fall tradition here!!
This is a recipe that I found in our local newspaper upon the release of the 6th Harry potter book, but I have not been able to remember exactly how it's done. I made it last year around Thanksgiving time and it was sooo delicious! The only change that I made was i used sparkling aplle cider instead of regular, so when it is heated, you get the full apple flavor with the carbonation which adds a lovely and unusual flavor to your drink. YUM!
To die for. So yummy. Similar in texture and look as a rootbeer float, but tastes like warm apple pie in a glass. Delish!! Easy to make and buy the GOOD ice cream, it's worth it for this recipe!