A retro recipe for soda pop ice cream (1972)

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Retro soda pop ice cream recipe - dessert from fizzy drinks

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Freeze your favorite soda pop into this crazy, new dessert (1972)

Gone on Grape? Crazy for Cola? Batty about Birch? Whatever your soda pop passion, here’s a cool, new way to enjoy more of it.

There’s some kind of magic between soda pop flavors and Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk. Merge them and a little miracle happens. It’s like love. There’s no explaining it. It’s Frozen Passion.

Frozen Passion: Soda pop ice cream recipe

World’s simplest recipe: Pour 2 cans of Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk and two 28 oz. bottles (or four 12 oz. cans) of soda pop into freezer drum and let the Proctor-Silex Freezer do the rest. Makes two quarts of Frozen Passion in minutes.

If you don’t have an electric ice cream freezer, make Frozen Passion in the freezer compartment of your refrigerator. Pick up a recipe at your supermarket. For small families, cut the recipe in half.

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