Blueberry Float

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I am not sure who thought of putting ice cream into a carbonated drink, but I could just hug them!  Root Beer floats are my favorite summertime treat.  Well, really any type of float is pretty wonderful.  I’ve even made nectar floats that are pretty refreshing.

A few weeks ago I created my own Blueberry Soda that anyone can make at home.  It’s just a few ingredients and tastes fresh and fabulous.  The only thing that makes it better is adding a scoop (or two) of vanilla ice cream.

These floats make for the perfect and easy ending to any summer BBQ party.  A helpful tip that will save you time is scoop out your ice cream before hand.  Place each scoop onto a parchment lined baking sheet and place directly into the freezer.  When you are ready to serve, pull the sheet out and your ice cream is ready to put into your glasses and topped with Blueberry Soda!

Blueberry Floats

Ingredients

2 scoops vanilla ice cream

Blueberry Soda

Directions

Place ice cream into a large glass and top with Blueberry Soda.

Serve immediately.

Check out some of my other fun recipes that are perfect for summer!

 

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  1. Yummy!! Sounds really good!!

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