in the studio :: homemade cream sodas

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Welcome to In The Studio, a place to show off your studio and meet some great artists! Do you ever have those weeks when your creativity level is just low? I'm sure you do. I think between feeling under the weather this week and then hearing of Jeremy's grandmother passing followed by a sudden trip to the states, I was just feeling blah and creativity has been the last thing on my mind. So, in all honesty, I might be stretching it a bit this week, but who says a good recipe isn't being creative?

cream soda

Perhaps it was seeing the names of the colors of Warby Parker's new Ocean Avenue collection that inspired me, but I decided to try my hand at making homemade cream soda. I tested it out at a sleepover at our house with a lot of kids, and it was an instant hit.

enjoying cream soda

Homemade Cream Soda

1. Dissolve 2 cups of sugar into 1 cup of water in a pan on the stovetop. After the solution boils and the sugar is dissolved, take it off the heat and cool for 5 minutes.

2. Stir in 1 tablespoon of vanilla. This is your syrup! Put in the fridge and allow to cool.

3. Depending on how sweet you want it will depend on the syrup/carbonated water ratio. For the glasses in the photo, I did roughly 1/4 to 1/2 cup syrup and the rest carbonated water. Stir.

4. Add a scoop of ice cream and enjoy!

cream soda stache

Recipe adapted from here.



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11 comments

  1. Your cream soda recipe sounds delicious, and I strongly believe that cooking is a very creative activity. Have you ever watched the television show Chopped? The contestants are given baskets with 3 ingredients, of which one is at least odd, and the the contestants are to make either an appetizer, a main entry, or a dessert, depending on what round their in. I love it! Anyway, I included a recipe within my post too. Blessings!

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  2. Very sorry to hear about Jeremy's grandmother, Jen. Hope your travels to and from are smooth.

    They sure do look like they enjoyed their crème sodas! And, I LOVE the photo of the kids with Jeremy. Wishing him a happy Father's Day.

    blessings ~ tanna

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  3. I've made homemade cream soda. It's a hit! The recipe I saw said to use a little bit of lemon juice; not enough to taste but just enough to brighten it up. love you guys!

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  4. I've made homemade cream soda. It's a hit! The recipe I saw said to use a little bit of lemon juice; not enough to taste but just enough to brighten it up. love you guys!

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  5. Oh, yum! Sound perfect for a hot day.

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  6. Jen...that looks amazing!! And creative too!! Creativity takes so many different venues. After all...just look at the Ultimate Creator...His work is beyond imagination.

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  7. It sounds delicious! I just made that same syrup recipe for a coffee drink & still have some! I'll have to make some cream soda with it!

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  8. Sorry to hear about Jeremy's grandmother. Did he travel back alone? Those glasses are perfect for your recipe!

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  9. oh no, i am so sorry to hear about jeremy's grandmother.

    hope you are feeling better too! love these photos. i don't think you stretched it at all... a good recipe is totally creative! and it looks delicious! :)

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  10. So sorry about Jeremy's grandmother. Your soda sounds like the perfect summer treat!

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