Butterbeer perfection! Worked on it after getting home from Universal, & this tastes exactly like theirs :) All hands on deck, Granger! Enjoy!

Step 1: Butterbeer

Add 5 tablespoons Butterscotch syrup (I suggest the brand Torani) and 1 teaspoon butter flavor to a 2L bottle of Cream Soda. Cap, & rotate entire bottle to mix it (shaking will make it flat)

Step 2: Froth

Mix the following in a Kitchen Aid or bowl until whipped:
- 1 tub Marshmallow Fluff (16oz)
- 2 cups Whipping cream
- 1 tbsp Powdered Sugar
- 3.5 tsp Rum Extract

Step 3: Enjoy

Pour Butterbeer in a glass, top with froth, & enjoy! Froth also goes really well on waffles, fruit, donuts, cookies, spoons...and basically everything else!
<p>Made it for the wife's birthday, turned out great! Too bad I don't have any fancy mugs to serve it in</p>
<p>How long is it durable in a bottle? :)</p>
<p>So, metric-wise, the drink is 2L cream soda, 75ml butterscotch syrup, and 5ml butter extract, plus a topping of 1L marshmallow fluff, 1L whipping cream, 15ml powdered sugar, and 18ml of rum extract. </p>
<p>This will be what I drink when I read any fantasy book from now on...</p>
?? ps the froth makes the BEST waffle topping. Ever.
<p>Can you clarify whether it is 5 TBSP or TSP for the Torani butterscotch syrup? You typed &quot;5 tablespoons&quot; but the picture of your handwritten recipe says &quot;5 TSP.&quot; Regardless I'll probably try it both ways, this sounds delicious, thanks for posting it!</p>
Good catch! You'll want TBSP- 5tsp really didn't taste like much
<p>And here I was hoping we'd be making real beer... *sigh*</p><p>Back to my homebrewers kit</p>
<p>Look up Heston Blumenthal - he actually finds a recipie for actual Butterbeer! </p><p>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_Jgq-VQE-o</p>
<p>I can feel my blood sugar rising already! Great thought but probably not recommended for kids around bedtime! :)</p>
Thanks so much. My daughter leaves for college soon and I wanted to make her favorite meal the night before she leaves. Shes a major Harry Potter fan and loves Butter Beer so this will be a nice surprize to go with her dinner.
That is cool!
Do you think you could use something like &quot;not your fathers root beer&quot; to make butter beer an even better butter beer? For the grown ups of course. Or would you need to find a way too add the cream soda flavor back in? Just curious. ;)
<p>If this is what I bought at TJ's it is awesome, but so sweet It can only consumed with a burger or pastrami sandwich, mit a peekle and slaw. It is very good, (to me), but it makes my teeth hurt!</p>
<p>Those hard sodas were pretty popular for a while there. I'm surprised no one made a seasonal &quot;Not Your Headmaster's Butterbeer&quot; or something similar.</p>
@ElGuitaro it's not the sane/authentic taste, vut it's fun :)
*same / *but
Gonna check this out! Thanks!
<p>Ok, with all he butterbeer recipes being posted right now, I feel like I might have to have an "I made it" butterbeer tasting to see which one wins ;) Thanks for posting! Sounds delicious.</p>
<p>This looks great! I like the use of marshmallow cream in the froth, that sounds pretty tasty!</p>
<p>This looks tasty. Need to try this recipe with the kids and see what we think! ;)</p>

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