An easy, hand-mixed quick bread. The moist, fruity slices make delicious cream cheese sandwiches.
The best birthdays begin with a cake that contains favorite treats including devil's food mix, cola, chocolate chips, powdered Chocolate drink and fresh strawberries.
If you are looking for a few ways to include red, white, and blue into your menus, check out a few fabulous food bloggers’ recipes that will get you in the American spirit!
Sprite Zero cupcakes eliminate the need to measure ingredients and, in the end, cook faster than your typical cupcakes made with egg and oil. Also, using Sprite Zero instead of egg and oil reduces the amount of fat and number of calories in the cupcakes. The best part: these cupcakes are so moist and fluffy and taste just like regular cupcakes. You will be in awe of these easy-to-make, reduced-fat treats!
There’s nothing quite like the refreshing zest of citrus once the summer heat comes back around, and if you pair that citrus with a bit of toasted meringue and a sweet custard, you have quite the flavorful summer sweet on your hands.
The king cake reigns at Mardi Gras celebrations across the United States.
Rock candy is always a fun favorite of children, and it’s a fantastic way to disguise a summer science lesson as a sugary treat!
What would Christmas be without without gingerbread? Together with Virginia Horstmann from the baking blog Sugar, Cinnamon and Love, the Coca-Cola Journey Germany team spruced up brownies by adding gingerbread for holiday flavor.
Add a splash of citrus to your cake pops with this Fanta recipe from Coca-Cola baker, Lorraine Perez. It's an unusual pairing that is tangy, sweet, and a delight to eat. Substitute Fanta with other Coca-Cola favorites to make the recipe your own
This recipe is excerpted from No-Bake Makery: More Than 80 Two-Bite Treats Made With Lovin’, Not An Oven,by Cristina Suarez Krumsick (Grand Central Life and Style, May 2013, $20) which was featured in the Coca-Cola Journey article Best Summer Cookbooks.
There’s nothing quite as tasty or spooky as a crisp, ripe apple covered in a shockingly crimson candy coating. And the best part of making this striking dessert is the relative ease of preparation. Aside from a candy thermometer, the ingredients and tools needed to make this recipe are delightfully simple.