Dirty Coke Fudge
This may sound like a weird recipe, but people go nuts over it! This fudge recipe blends together butter, sugar and sour cream with chocolate chips, marshmallow cream and vanilla extract. The secret ingredients are coconut, cola flavoring and lime.
Recipe via Sugar Hero
Cherry Coke Popsicles
Cool off with these yummy and oh-so-cool weekend treats. Place about 4 halved cherries in a popsicle mold. Then pour in cherry juice halfway and freeze. Four hours later, pull the molds out of the freezer and pour Coke on top, then freeze overnight.
Recipe via Simply Sated
Vintage Chocolate Coke
Never heard of it? Don't worry, you won't stop thinking about it after you try it. Basically, pour two tablespoons of chocolate syrup into a glass and pour in a can of Coke. Then stir. Top it off with whip cream and a cherry.
Recipe via The Casual Craftlete
Here's a great recipe for Sunday morning brunch. Tenderize your bacon with Coke. Place uncooked bacon strips in a baking dish. Pour in the Coke to cover the bacon. Soak for two hours, then drain and cook for 25 minutes until it's caramelized.
Recipe via A Spicy Perspective
Chipotle Coca-Cola BBQ Sauce
Love the sweet taste of Coke with the bold taste of chipotle? Then check this recipe out. Boil your Coke to reduce it and then add in your ketchup, garlic, brown sugar and apple cider vinegar. Once the sauce is nice and thick, add pureed chipotles if you like it hot. Don't forget to store the sauce in a Coke bottles for a special touch.
Recipe via Foodie with Family
Cherry Coke Cupcakes
Here's an easy recipe that you can make from a box! Perfect for all of you slacker moms (myself included). Using a devil's food cake mix, substitute Coke and cherry liquid for the water. Then bake according instructions. For the frosting, whip together butter, cola, cherry liquid and powdered sugar with red food coloring.
Recipe via Simple Thrifty
Coca-Cola Cherry Sorbet
Here's perfect summer night treat. Mix together pureed frozen cherries with cola, cherry juice, lemon juice and simple syrup. Then freeze in an ice cube tray. Once frozen, place the cubes in a food processor until it has the consistency of a milkshake. Then refreeze.
Recipe via Divas Can Cook
Tropical Dirty Coke Floats
Here's a tropical twist on the classic float. Mix together coconut syrup and a bottle of Coke. Squeeze in some lime and add a scoop of vanilla ice cream. It's like a mini vacation without the expensive airfare.
Recipe via I Heart Naptime
Here's a quick recipe that looks like you made a big effort. Pour your Coke in a shallow pan and pop in the freezer. Four hours later, transfer the soda to a blender. Pour in more Coke and ice cubes and blend.
Recipe via TheFrugal Girls
Coca-Cola BBQ Pulled Pork
A great dish for your next potluck, you'll probably need to make double—it's guaranteed to go that fast. In a slow cooker, add your spices and a can of Coke to a pork roast. Five hours later, when the meat is falling off the bone, add your BBQ sauce and serve on buns.
Recipe via Cincy Shopper