Recipe by missy
"A fun recipe for kids. The baking soda reacts with the acids in the juice and produces carbonation. You can also use orange juice."
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This recipe was very interesting. I made a few adjustments though. I used orange juice instead of grape juice. I scaled the water down to 1/4 cup and the juice to 3/4 cup. It tasted just like orange soda, only better.
this was not good. all you could taste was the gritty baking soda. sorry. I will not make this again.
I thought the water and baking soda made it taste a little bad.
This was just plain, absolutly discusting!!!!!!!!!!!!! I hate this!!! Never EVER MAKE THIS!!!!!Trust me! You will regret it! It is just A WASTE OF INGREDIENTS THAT SHOULD NEVER BE TOGETHER!!!!!!!!!
I will not be using this recipe again. The flavor was overpowered by the baking-soda and tasted horrible.
I too used 1/4 cup of water & 3/4 cup of juice (I used white grape). The grands loved them...I thought they tasted OK. Thanks!
not very fizzy .... not so fruity... not so fun
I made this a number of times, since I wanted to use up some baking soda. I made it exactly as written, and I found it underwhelming. It was barely fizzy at all. Maybe kids would indeed like it more, but I haven't been one for decades. The taste was okay, but this was just kind of boring.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 77
** Calories from Fat: < 1
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