Nothing is more refreshing on a hot day than a fizzy, sweet Peach soda with some vanilla ice cream which make this Peaches and Cream Float!
I am going all Texas on ya’ll today.
I have my newest obsession, Peach soda. Meets vanilla ice cream. That’s right. Peaches and Cream Float. It’s Aaaah-mazing!
I am so in love with peach soda this summer it’s slightly ridiculous. It’s possibly the best flavor ever. And what do you do when you find a soda that you love? You add some ice cream to it and make it even more incredible. Of course I used some Blue Bell ice cream. Apparently it’s the ice cream of choice for the state of Texas. And I don’t have to wonder why. It’s so creamy and smooth, and there are so many flavors! It is my goal to make it through them all this year.
That’s right. I know it may seem unlikely, or challenging. I think I can do it though! I’m super excited about it too! They have a banana pudding flavor…swoon. I think that will be first on my list.
Anyway, back to this delightfulness in a glass.
Peach soda, vanilla ice cream, fun straw. How can you go wrong?
I used a Big Peach soda, I do know there are a couple of options when it comes to peach flavored soda, so feel free to use what you can get your hands on. I don’t think you can find the Big Peach version outside of Texas. But the other brands will be around 🙂
And of course to complete my Texas styled float, I put it in a mason jar! I will figure out this southern thing yet! I’m loving my mason jars lately, they’re perfect for things like S’mores Pudding, and Lemon Pie Milkshakes.
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This Peaches and Cream Float is fizzy, cold, and refreshing!
- 1 20 fluid ounce Peach Soda
- 4 scoops of vanilla ice cream
- Sliced peach for garnish as desired
- Pour the peach soda into the glass to about 1/4 full.
- Add in two scoops of ice cream.
- Pour additional soda into the glass until full.
- Add peach slice to the rim of the cup if desired.