Day 105 : Berry Frosty

Just wanted to have a bit of fun and make a family friendly treat tonight.  Ironically my son did NOT enjoy it…. so he says.  My youngest however, devoured half of Jeff’s.

These are great, because you can make any flavor you want, depending on what type of preserves you have.  You can also go sugar free and low fat if you want to feel a little less guilty.  I think I am definitely going to experiment with other flavors.  I really liked the little zing from the soda, though I might have liked it to overall be a bit thicker…. which could be easily solved by putting more ice cream or less milk.  I eyeballed the ice cream in mine so that might be part of it too.

Oh, tonight I made ours with seedless raspberry preserves.

Berry Frosty

Serves : 3              Time to make :  5 minutes

Ingredients :

  • 1 cup vanilla ice cream
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1/2 cup preserves of your choice
  • 1 cup 7 up
  • whip cream (optional)

Directions :

  1. Combine all ingredients, except the whip cream in blender and blend until smooth and well mixed.
  2. Serve in a tall glass, or even a frosty one if you prefer. 
  3. Top with whip cream.

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  1. This looks so yummy. I would definitely have this drink with a tuna and egg salad sandwich and some homemade baked potato wedges.


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