Grandma’s frappe recipe is one recipe that we make every year without fail. This is a frappe ice cream dessert drink that can be made within a few minutes and everyone loves it.
Since this frappe with ice cream is mixed with lime soda it fizzes up so beautifully and creates a light, fresh holiday drink that everyone will be asking for for years to come.
If you can start one tradition, try making this every year. It is a simple recipe that even the kids can help make. Make memories and a tasty frappe drink at the same time.
For more great recipes to try and make with your kids this holiday season, try our homemade slow cooker hot chocolate, super soft sugar cookies, and of course our strawberry fluff salad!
Ingredients You’ll Need For Our Grandma’s Frappe Recipe:
- Vanilla ice cream
- Raspberry sherbet
- Lemon lime soda
How To Make Our Grandma’s Frappe Recipe:
This is quite possibly the easiest thing you will make this holiday season.
Start by getting out your large punch bowl, and then scoop the slightly softened vanilla ice cream and raspberry sherbet into it.
Once all of the ice cream is in the punch bowl, slowly pour the lemon lime soda over top and gently stir the two together.
Allow it to sit for 5 minutes to let it melt just a bit.
After about 5-7 minutes, stir everything together again to create the delicious frappe.
Please note that there WILL be chunks of ice cream left in the frappe, and that is okay! Actually we encourage it, because it tastes delicious that way!
To Make This Frappe Ice Cream You Will Need:
- Large punch bowl (THIS is a nice one)
- Ice cream scoop
Do You Know What a Frappe is?
What determines what a milkshake is and what a frappe is? If you ask me, it gets kind of confusing. Generally most people associate a milkshake as a thick and creamy drink, but it is not the same in New England. In New England, that would be considered a frappe.
Are you confused yet? Well, if you want to learn more about it, New Enland Today does a great job of explaining the difference between a milkshake and a frappe. Take a look, you might find it interesting.
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Grandma’s Frappe Party Drink Recipe
- 1.5 quarts vanilla ice cream slightly softened
- 1.5 quarts raspberry sherbet slightly softened
- 2 liters lemon lime soda 1 bottle
- Scoop the ice cream and sherbet into a large punch bowl.
- Slowly pour in the soda and stir gently. Let mixture sit 5 minutes to melt just a bit.
- Stir again to blend the ice creams together. There will be some ice cream chunks in the drink – but the chunks make it taste even better!
- There WILL be chunks of ice cream left in the frappe, and that is okay! Actually we encourage it, because it tastes delicious that way!
- Large Punch Bowl
- Ice Cream Scoop
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