By CoffeeB on July 04, 2008
Photo by 2Bleu
Photo by 2Bleu
"I love icecream soda's and this one is practically guilt free. This has so many variable's with the many many SF syrups out there. Sky's the limit when concocting your own desired flavor combinations."
Serving Size: 1 (178 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Other than using Hersheys chocolate syrup, and Harry and David peanut butter syrup, made as posted. Made for the 4 of us, and most definately fit the bill on a 90 degree here, after a yard sale. Made for Market Tag."
"Went online & found a bottle of Torani Sugar-Free Peanut Butter Syrup at Amazon.com & had it here in almost no time! Probably could have gotten the chocolate syrup there, too, but went for a more easily accessible brand! From there on it was a snap to make this great & unusual tasting soda, & since I now have the PB syrup, I'll definitely be making this delight again! Thanks for sharing the recipe! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]"
"This recipe made it into our Book #242923! 07/28/09 - Yummy! We too could not find any peanut butter syrup (went to 3 stores). I had Breyer's vanilla ice cream and so used it. I took another reviewers suggestion of blenderizing it (blenderizing, is that a word? lol) with some plain yogurt, smooth peanut butter, and lots of Hershey's chocolate syrup. Then topped it with the club soda and a small scoop of ice cream. Buddha woofed it down! (Reese's peanut butter cups are his favorite candy, so it didn't surprise me) lol. We rated for inspiration and as close to the original as we could get. But if we ever do find pb syrup, we will definitely try the original version, but we plan on making this often! Thanks for a super delicious treat! :)"
"I'm not putting stars to this because I couldn't find the syrups ask for. Because I really wanted to try it I ended up blending the yogurt with smooth peanut butter and 2 tsps of chocolate extract. I added the soda to that. I'm sure that I got close to the correct flavor but it was done so far from the recipe that I can't honestly rate it. My knock off version was so tasty that I know the recipe made as ask would be To Die For! Made for Photo Tag."