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Easy, refreshing, and fun, these Raspberry Peach Italian Cream Sodas made with Torani syrups are the perfect non-alcoholic drink to serve all summer long!
All of the new summer flavors like the Torani Raspberry Syrup and Torani Peach Syrup that you need for these Raspberry Peach Italian Cream Sodas, and the equally delicious Torani Passion Fruit Syrup, can be found in the tea aisle at Walmart! Other Torani flavors can be found in the coffee aisle.
Although Raspberry Peach Italian Cream Sodas are quite possibly my favorite, you can customize this simple recipe with any syrup flavor combination you like! These easy, creamy, fruity and delicious non-alcoholic beverages are a fun way to cool off when the weather heats up, and you can enjoy them all summer long. You can even set up an Italian Soda Bar for summer get-togethers and celebrations like the 4th of July!
Our 6-year old has been requesting italian sodas for our Family Night treat because she is obsessed with them. She loves being able to pour her own and mix up her favorite flavors!
If you are doing an Italian Soda Bar, you could get pumps for your flavored Torani syrups so that guests can pump however much of each syrup flavor they want into their cups (one pump is pretty much equal to one tablespoon of syrup), but I really like the new easy pour valves, which made adding the raspberry and peach syrups super easy and non-messy. And seriously, just look at the gorgeous colors of these syrups? Who doesn’t love a pretty, fruity drink?
Either way, with pumps or the pour valve, I love how unique, simple, and versatile the Torani syrups are. Guests can be in charge of creating their own amazing flavor concoctions and choosing their level of sweetness. You could also use them to change up your lemonade game by adding your favorite flavor to a pitcher of homemade lemonade for a fun new twist! Get even more inspiration for Torani syrups on their Instagram account!
I also recommend cute straws and fruit garnishes to go into the individual glasses! It just makes drinking these delicious raspberry peach Italian cream sodas even more fun!
How to Make A Raspberry Peach Italian Cream Soda
Italian Sodas are ridiculously easy to make. First you want to fill a tall glass full of ice. Then fill it about 2/3 full with club soda.
Could you use seltzer water or sparkling mineral water instead of club soda? Absolutely. But club soda is what we use.
Next comes the syrup – about 2 to 3 tablespoons each of the Torani raspberry and peach syrups, depending on how sweet you like your Italian cream sodas. I recommend starting with a little bit less and then working your way up, tasting as you go, because the measurements will also depend on the size of your glass.
Then you pour in a tablespoon or two of half-and-half, depending on how creamy you want it, and garnish with fresh raspberries and slices of peach. If you have whipped cream handy, you can even add some of that to top off your drink if you like!
And ta-da! You have the prettiest, most delicious beverage to enjoy while sitting out on your back patio as the sun sets!
I would love to know what your favorite Italian Cream Soda flavor combination would be, and which new Torani summer syrup flavor you would try first! Let me know in the comments!
- Ice, to fill a glass
- Club soda
- 2-3 tablespoons Torani Raspberry Flavored Syrup
- 2-3 tablespoons Torani Peach Flavored Syrup
- 1-2 tablespoons half-and-half
- Fresh raspberries & peach slices for garnish (optional)
- Whipped cream (optional)
- Fill a tall glass with ice. Pour in enough club soda to fill approximately 2/3 full.
- Add both syrup flavors to the club soda, followed by the half-and-half. Measurements will vary depending on the size of the glass and your taste preference for levels of sweetness or creaminess, so you may want to start with the smaller amounts and adjust up.
- Swirl together and garnish with fresh raspberries, peach slices, and whipped cream, if desired.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 233 Saturated Fat: 1g Cholesterol: 5mg Sodium: 27mg Carbohydrates: 54g Sugar: 37g
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