Egg cream recipe

Egg cream chocolate sodaWhat’s better than a chocolate bar and a can of soda? That’s right, a threesome. But what do you drink after the threesome? Chocolate soda!

That’s basically what an egg cream is. It originates from New York and is usually made with U-bet chocolate syrup. The name is misleading because there’s no eggs or cream in the recipe. I’ve seen it a couple of times on food network- once on an episode of unwrapped and once Kat Kora made it on Iron Chef America. The origins of the name are unclear- Unwrapped said it may have been named because the foam you get after mixing the drink looks like egg whites. It looked simple enough to make, so I decided to give it a shot for you guys.

Ingredients

  • 5 ounces of milk(traditionally whole milk)
  • 3 ounces of seltzer water
  • 2 tablespoons of chocolate syrup(U-bet brand traditionally)

This is probably going to be the easiest recipe you’ve ever read. First, mix the chocolate syrup into the milk. Then, mix the seltzer water into the chocolate milk. Tada! Egg cream!

OK, so I half-assed my way through the entire recipe. I used 2% milk(expired 2 days ago), sparkling water and Kroger brand chocolate syrup. Who cares, still tastes good :)

For you hardcore egg creamers(tee hee) out there, I’ll try it later with the legit stuff and update this recipe accordingly.

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