My Name Is Snickerdoodle: Blueberry Float

8.14.2015

Blueberry Float

It's still blazing hot here in Texas and to think that school starts in a week is crazy to me!  The kids are practically permanently pruney from swimming so much this summer.  I've given up on cooking anything in the kitchen as to avoid heating up the house.  I think my family is sick of cold cereal and toaster waffles.
The one thing that has been in abundant is popsicles and ice cream!  Horrible, I know!  The boys informed me that no summer is complete without having a Harry Potter marathon and treating ourselves to Butter Beer Floats. 
These Blueberry Floats are made with homemade Blueberry Soda using all natural ingredients!  |  mynameissnickerdoodle.com
That got me thinking of some other fun creations using different kinds of soda to make floats. 

At the beginning of the season 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 Blueberry Floats are made with homemade Blueberry Soda using all natural ingredients! A completely refreshing and yummy recipe! |  mynameissnickerdoodle.com
These turned out so well they were added to the must-have-for-summer list!  So fruity and creamy! 
These Blueberry Floats are made with homemade Blueberry Soda using all natural ingredients! A completely refreshing and yummy recipe! |  mynameissnickerdoodle.com
Blueberry Floats

Ingredients
2 scoops vanilla ice cream per serving
Blueberry Soda

Directions
1.  Place ice cream into a large glass and top with Blueberry Soda.
2.  Serve immediately. 

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

Originally shared over on Capturing Joy

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