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Orange Creamsicle Soda (Italian Orange Cream Soda)

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Our orange creamsicle soda is a fizzy and creamy drink that brings back the nostalgia of childhood. Whether you’re toasting to good times with friends or simply enjoying a moment of relaxation, this Italian soda will surely hit the spot. Vanilla ice cream and orange sherbet combine with carbonated water to create this classic flavor profile. 

A tall glass with an Italian orange soda with orange sherbet.

Orange Italian Soda Recipe

An Italian soda is a soft drink made from carbonated water and flavored syrup, offering a unique blend of flavors and a delightful fizzy experience.

This drink did not actually originate from Italy, but it was invented by Italian immigrants who created Torani syrup.

They flavored carbonated water with the syrup to create sodas, which they served at soda fountain shops. Adding cream to the soda made them Italian cream sodas. 

Instead of cream, our orange cream Italian soda recipe uses vanilla ice cream and orange sherbet to create a classic creamsicle flavor. It is a cross between an Italian soda and an ice cream float. 

Several glasses of orange creamsicle soda with paper straws.

What is a Creamsicle

A Creamsicle is a brand name for a frozen dessert that has become synonymous with a certain flavor combination: creamy vanilla ice cream coated with a layer of tangy, sweet orange ice.

The distinctive flavor of this popular treat strikes a balance between the smooth, rich taste of vanilla ice cream and the bright, citrusy punch of orange.

The term “Creamsicle” is used to describe any flavor combination that mimics this iconic treat.

Orange Italian Soda with Syrup

If you’re a fan of the classic creamsicle, you’ll love our creamy orange Italian soda. It’s a delicious fountain soda with a creamy orange flavor reminiscent of a fresh Italian orange fountain drink. 

It has a combination of fizziness and creaminess that makes orange cream sodas so irresistible. 

Our Italian orange cream soda brings the joy of a summer afternoon to any time of the year. 

Why Use Water

The use of carbonated water is a nod to the original Italian sodas from the 19th century. Torani first created them to create a variety of drinks in the popular soda fountains in the early 1920s.

If you don’t want to use club soda or carbonated water, you could use a can of carbonated orange soda and eliminate the Torani syrup. The nice thing about using the Torani syrup is that you can adjust the amount of sweet orange flavor to your liking. 

You could also replace the club soda with Sprite or a similar drink, but it will be much sweeter.

Whether it’s our homemade Italian Orange Cream Soda or variations of soda recipes, the use of carbonated water makes this a more nostalgic drink, and it helps keep soda recipes from being too overpoweringly sweet. 

Three glasses filled with orange cream soda.

Italian Sodas

Italian sodas have always been a crowd-pleaser, and this orange float soda is no different. This cream soda has a classic mixture of rich creaminess and tangy citrus flavor, which makes it a truly delicious treat. 

Take a sip, and you’ll love in the luxurious ice cream blended with sweet orange syrup in the soda. The creamsicle orange soda is a timeless classic that kids and adults alike will enjoy. 

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Three orange creamsicle sodas in tall glasses sitting on a serving tray.

Orange Creamsicle Soda

Yield: 1 servings
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

A cool, creamy, frosty soda flavored with orange syrup and topped with orange sherbet and vanilla ice cream.

Ingredients

For each one-glass serving

  • 2 ice cubes
  • 1-1/2 cups club soda
  • 1/4 cup Orange Torani Syrup
  • 1 scoop orange sherbet
  • 1 scoop vanilla ice cream
  • Fresh mint for garnish

Instructions

  1. Add 2 or 3 ice cubes to a glass and pour in the club soda and orange syrup. Use a small ice cream scoop and add one (or two) scoops of sherbet and vanilla ice cream. Top with a sprig of mint.

Notes

Optional: Stir gently with a straw

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 215Total Fat: 5gSaturated Fat: 3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 15mgSodium: 71mgCarbohydrates: 41gFiber: 2gSugar: 34gProtein: 2g

Nutrition information is a guideline only, is calculated automatically by third-party software, and absolute accuracy is not guaranteed.

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Orange Creamsicle Soda

Pat Nyswonger

Pat is a wife, mom of four adult children, and grandmother to seventeen beautiful children. She is a self-taught home cook and loves creating delicious meals for her family and friends. Her kitchen is the hub of activity in her home, and she loves to entertain.

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James

Saturday 21st of October 2023

I notice it says in your recipe for orange ice cream soda yields 2 buy it also says amount in a glass if I just want to make 1 glass what is the amount of each please reply

Pat Nyswonger

Sunday 22nd of October 2023

Hello, James: Thank you for reaching out to us on this recipe, I apologize for the confusion with the servings. At the top of the recipe it says that it is for 1 glass of soda. The figure in the serving amount was in error with 2 servings. I have corrected the recipe card to indicate 1 serving. Thanks for catching that error.

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