Top Rated Soda Recipes

Soda Bread
Quick, easy and very Irish, this Irish Soda Bread recipe is a long-honored house specialty at The Caldwell House Bed & Breakfast in Salisbury Mills, New York, and a festive way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day all month long. Take a piece, or two, before a little leprechaun comes around and eats the whole thing!
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Swamp Soda
Honor Yoda in his final years and raise a glass to his home, the Dagobah Swamp. Like the swamp, this Star Wars-themed mojito is out of this world.This recipe is courtesy of Clutzy Cooking.
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While plenty of sugary sodas have come after it, none have gained such a cult following as Surge, the citrus-y soda that left us in the early 2000s. While it's still rumored to be lurking in some parts of the world, online petitions such as "Save Surge" have been formed to bring back the soft drink. If you can't wait for their pleas to be heard, check out their recipe for the beverage.  
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Sunshine, scorching weather, and ice-cold drinks — the perfect ingredients for a great summer. It officially starts June 21, so get ready with this strawberry-lemon soda recipe.
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Thyme-Herbed Soda Bread
“Soda bread is to Ireland is what pasta is to Italy. It is as Irish as the flag itself! Every Irish kitchen has been filled with the aroma of freshly baked Irish soda bread, which is light and crumbly in texture, with a soft richness that comes from the buttermilk. You can make it with regular milk if you are unable to get your hands on buttermilk. The fresh thyme adds a light floral aroma, but it’s a delicate flavor. You can also substitute the thyme for rosemary, 1 teaspoon ground fennel seeds, or 1/3 cup raisins.” — Clodagh McKenna, Clodagh’s Irish Kitchen — A Fresh Take on Traditional Flavors
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This one may be obvious, but we believe it’s highly underrated for how low in calories it is, so we decided to include it on our list of the best low-calorie cocktails. Luckily for you, there are flavored seltzers that contain no calories, so this summer standby doesn’t have to be flavor-free. 
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Watermelon Rum Soda
Have a bunch of watermelon and mason jars laying around? The Watermelon Rum Soda recipe makes for the perfect afternoon cocktail, as well as a snack! Fill up mason jars with fresh watermelon chunks and pour the mixture of rum, watermelon Schnapps, lemon juice, and club soda over. Drink and eat up!
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Two-Ingredient Soda Cake
With just two ingredients, Betty Crocker cake mix and a can of soda, you can make this simple low-calorie cake. Root beer and chocolate cake mix are used, but you can try different variations by mixing up the cake mix and soda flavors.
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Whiskey Irish Soda Bread
Irish soda bread is a time-honored, traditional Irish recipe. Mixed with an assortment of spices or dried fruits, Irish soda bread really absorbs the nuances of whatever subtle ingredients that are used. It takes on a whole new dimension when bold whiskey is infused into the dough.
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Irish Soda Bread
Irish housewives in earlier times eschewed yeast as a leavening agent. Instead, they used soda to encourage bread to rise and that is where we get the name "soda bread." Even a first-time cook will have success baking soda bread; it is that simple to make. Eat it at breakfast or dinner or with a hot cup of tea. Pack it in lunches with goat cheese and fresh sliced tomato for an interesting partnering of flavors.Click here for more St. Patrick's Day recipes.
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Low-Calorie Tequila Soda
Margarita drinkers will be in paradise with this tequila-based alternative; calories: 98.
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