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Watermelon Pineapple Float

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There are things that I always seem to crave, like refreshing drinks and cold treats, so instead of sticking with infused waters I decided to take it to the next level and make a Watermelon Pineapple Float, and it’s just as good as it seems.

Watermelon Pineapple Float

This is one of the first times I decide to make a float at home, I usually prefer to stick with more simple drink recipes, but oh how I regret it! Making a float at home is incredibly easy and the flavor and bubbliness and the overall float-making experience is great! I don’t know why I thought for so many years that it was difficult!

Watermelon Pineapple Float

If you’ve never made a float before you need basically 2 things, soda and ice cream. However, I’m not a big fan of soda so I used sparkling water and it worked out greaT! I also used dairy free ice cream (any brand you love will work).

Watermelon Pineapple Float

However, in my opinion, all the flavor explosion and deliciousness comes from the fresh ingredients, the watermelon juice and the pineapple chunks are what give this Watermelon Pineapple Float all the kick. It really tastes like a tropical vacation and using pineapple chunks gives you something to nibble on.

Watermelon Pineapple Float

I made the watermelon juice at home and it’s also one of those incredibly easy things, just cut in chunks the watermelon add it to a blender with some water and pulse. Using fresh juice only takes a couple of minutes and makes all the difference so really friend go with the homemade watermelon juice route.

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Besides that is just a matter or adding a couple of scoops of ice cream into a glass, adding some of the watermelon juice and topping it off with soda (this is where the bubbly magic happens) and then just garnish with the pineapple chunks and some watermelon slices.

Watermelon Pineapple Float

Watermelon Pineapple Float

Ingredients

1 Cup sparkling water

2 Cups watermelon juice

4 Scoops vanilla ice cream

Garnish

Pineapple chunks

Watermelon slices

 

Directions

Fill the glasses halfway with the watermelon juice.

Add two scoops of ice cream into each glass.

Complete with the soda.

Garnish with a pineapple chunk and a watermelon slice.

Serve and enjoy.

This would be perfect for a cookout, Girls Night In, or even a fun tea party addition with your little princess.

What is your favorite soda float combination?


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Stephanie

Wednesday 4th of January 2017

This kinda reminds me of an Italian cream soads.

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