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Pepsi Milk Recipe

Pepsi Milk Is Like a Melted Root Beer Float

When I was in college, one of my pals introduced me to the weirdest concoction: Pepsi milk. And yes, it's exactly what it sounds like — Pepsi and milk mixed together at last. The end result is actually way tastier than it seems (think about a Pepsi float once the ice cream has started to melt), and I surprisingly enjoyed it on more than one occasion.

Now, many years later, I was searching for references to Pepsi milk and discovered that my crazy friend did not invent this drink on her own. In fact, it was enjoyed on national television by one Penny Marshall (aka Laverne De Fazio from Laverne & Shirley). Rumor has it that Penny Marshall enjoyed them in real life and had it written into Laverne's character.

If you want to try creating your own Pepsi milk, fill a glass with ice. Pour 1/2 cup of whole milk (the higher the fat, the higher the flavor), and top with Pepsi. Stir if desired. Once you've tried Pepsi, experiment with other sodas. My personal favorite is root beer milk.

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