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Jennifer Bessinger
Jennifer Bessinger • 1 year ago

Soda Pop Ice Cream: easy and affordable! You choose your favorite soda (2 liters), add a 14 oz. can of sweetened condensed milk (could be fat free), throw it in an ice cream maker, turn it on and 30 minutes later you have a creamy blend of deliciousness. The variations are endless, like Sunkist for a Dreamsicle taste or Root beer float. This is seriously fool proof.

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