|Homemade Root Beer, Soda & Pop|
|by Stephen Cresswell|
This is the only book on the market reviving the traditional American activity of brewing old-fashioned drinks like sarsaparilla and birch beer.
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Mix ingredients together well. Pour into ice cube trays. When almost frozen insert sticks and freeze completely. Approximately 90 calories per serving.
Peel bananas and ... cookie sheet and freeze until firm. Put ... over frozen bananas. Roll at once in nuts or coconut. Eat at once or place in the freezer.
In large bowl ... ounce) paper cups. Freeze until partially frozen. ... until firm. Remove from freezer 5 minutes before serving. Peel off paper. 6 servings.
Add all ingredients ... yogurt. (Orange soda pop and vanilla ice ... Substitute soda pop for juice. Mix in blender until smooth. Add fresh fruit of your choice.
One child pours ... pour into ice pop molds or invite ... spoon into molds. Freeze until firm. Variation: ... who won't have a chance at the pudding pops.
Dissolve Jello gelatin, ... cups or frozen pop molds. Insert wooden ... handles. (If desired, pops may be partially ... handles are inserted.) Freeze until firm 2 ... pops as directed above.
Use same or ... ice cube trays, small paper cups or pop molds. Freeze. After partially frozen, insert wooden sticks or plastic spoons. Freeze until firm.
Combine pudding and ... minutes, stirring twice. Freeze until crystals form ... in the center and freeze until firm. Remove cups and roll in chopped nuts.
Place 1/3 cup ... into paper cups. Freeze until almost firm. ... Top with lemon yogurt mixture; freeze until firm. Peel off paper cups to serve. Serves 25.
Place orange juice ... among paper cups. Freeze 30 minutes. Insert ... of frozen mixture. Freeze at least 8 hours until firm. Remove paper cups to serve.
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