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Making Butterbeer (Harry Potter’s B-day Part 2)

It is Harry Potter’s birthday as I said in my last post. Although I did read and watch the Harry Potter books. During this time of the year, I would also have butterbeer. The last two years I got my butterbeer from a restaurant called the Wall. It is in Provo, Utah which is were I went to college. The first time I went I loved the butterbeer. It was delicious,  but the second time was terrible. Apparently, they decided to change their recipe. I didn’t like it. It was sour and yucky. But I still drank it to celebrate Harry Potter. But since I don’t live there anymore, I had to figure out how to get my butterbeer fix.

Therefore, this year I have made my own butterbeer. It is so yummy!!! Therefore, I have decided to give it out to you guys, so you can try it for yourself.

(Warning: this recipe is for single servings)

Ingredients

  • 4 scoops of vanilla ice cream
  • 1 can of cream soda (I used vanilla cream soda)
  • Butterscotch syrup

Directions

  1. Place one glass in the freezer for 20 minutes
  2. Put ice cream, cream soda, and butterscotch in blender. (You can put as much syrup as you want in)
  1. Pulse the blender a few time so that it is just combined.
  2. Place in refrigerator until glass is ready. (Look how foggy it is)

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  1. When glass is ready, pour mixture in the glass.
  1. Top with whip cream if so desired and put in a straw.

 


That’s it and it is so good. There are other recipes on the web, so it is up to you to decide which one you like the best. Thanks for reading!!

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