These Peaches and Cream Floats are a super delicious and refreshing drink. Scoops of creamy vanilla ice cream topped with a sparkling peach beverage and club soda. This fizzy drink is perfect for a hot summer day!
I have another Summer Recipe for you all! While I’m not a big fan of the ridiculous heat this season brings, I am a fan of all the yummy cold treats that come with it! Honestly, give me a beach chair by the poolside, a giant hat to block out the sun, and a cold drink to sip on and I’m set for the rest of the summer.
I recently bought a few tubs of vanilla ice cream for an incredible recipe I’ll be sharing in the future. When I finished making that recipe, I noticed I had quite a bit of vanilla ice cream left. As a food blogger, when I have leftover ingredients, instead of just eating it I always try to think of another recipe I can make with it.
So after a few minutes of brainstorming, my mind settled on floats! They require very few ingredients and they’re SUPER easy to make! Perfection!
I gotta say, this Peaches and Cream Floats recipe is definitely the easiest recipe I’ve shared on this blog. It only requires 3 ingredients: Ice Cream + Peach Soda + Club Soda. The club soda is even optional so you technically only need 2 ingredients!
To make this simple summer drink, start by adding a few scoops of ice cream to a tall glass. I used vanilla ice cream since that seems to be the most popular flavour to use in a float, but you can substitute for peach ice cream instead for more peach flavour!
Next, pour in some peach soda. I used a Peach sparkling juice I found at my local grocery store, but you can use any kind of peach beverage you want. The sparkling juice added that awesome fizz and foam you typically see in a traditional float recipe, so I didn’t really need to add club soda. However, I already bought a bottle so I added some anyways. Again, the club soda is completely optional, and I kind of prefer this drink without it so feel free to leave it out.
Garnish your glass with some peach slices (optional but recommend) and you’ve got a super refreshing, super easy dessert drink to keep you cool this summer! I can’t believe I didn’t think of this sooner, but now that I know how easy it is to make an ice cream float, I’m definitely gonna be making these for the rest of the season.
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Let’s get baking! - This recipe is so simple that I did not include measurements, because you don’t need any! It’s basically just scooping ice cream into a glass and pouring soda on top, so feel free to add as many or as little scoops as you like. Use all peach drink or half peach drink and half club soda, it’s all up to you!
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- This recipe is so simple that I did not include measurements, because you don’t need any! It’s basically just scooping ice cream into a glass and pouring soda on top, so feel free to add as many or as little scoops as you like. Use all peach drink or half peach drink and half club soda, it’s all up to you!
Love, Dedra ❤