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Enjoy summer in a glass with Blueberry Cream Soda Floats made with homemade blueberry soda and vanilla ice cream.
Happy (belated) National Ice Cream Day! Technically it was yesterday, but since July is ice cream month, I’m game to continuing the celebration. There are many ways to celebrate – homemade ice cream, store bought ice cream, milkshakes, ice cream sandwiches, ice cream cake, the list goes on. The easiest way to celebrate (besides digging into a pint with a spoon) is with an ice cream float. Two scoops of ice cream, some soda, and you have yourself an easy dessert in minutes. Of course there’s the traditional root beer float, but you can change up the flavors with Vanilla Bean Cream Soda Floats or Lemon Drop Cream Soda. Today I’m bringing you another flavor, one that screams summer – Blueberry Cream Soda Floats. We’re talking two scoops of vanilla bean ice cream and homemade blueberry soda made with blueberry syrup and seltzer. I’ve never been blueberry picking before, but this would be the first thing you’d want to make after a hot day in the sun. Summer in a glass, extra cold.