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Recipes

Apple Pie Ice Cream Float

Shavise Glascoe

It was love at first sight. Well it was "I KNOW WHAT I'M GOING TO DO WITH YOU" at first sight. The minute I saw that Dry Sparkling had an apple soda, without hesitation I thought- Apple Pie Ice Cream Float! By now you all should know that I love ice cream floats. So I would highly suggest that you get used to the occasional float creation making its way to the blog.

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After snagging a few (and I really mean a few cases) of my craft soda, the search for the perfect ice cream began. I pretty much knew that I would be looking for a flavor by Steve's Ice Cream since the quality is beyond exceptional. I eventually settled on the Burnt Sugar Vanilla pint (one of many great options to choose from).

Now how do I make an ordinary ice cream float extraordinary? Hmmm....how about baking an apple and adding that to it? Why NOT?! Best experiment ever!

Ingredients

  •  Apple Soda - Dry Sparkling
  • Burnt Sugar Vanilla Ice Cream - Steve's Ice Cream
  • Sliced Baked Apple (Cinnamon, Brown Sugar, Butter, Raisins-optional)

Flavors to Try: Ice Cream: Vanilla, Vanilla Bourbon, Salted Caramel

Steps

  •  I love how easy Wiki How went over the steps, so I figured it would be silly to reinvent the wheel. Click How to Make a Baked Apple if you need help. The raisins are optional for this recipe since this is going into a float.
  • Once apple has cooled, remove skin and slice
  • Mix apple slices into ice cream
  • Pour cold apple soda into glass
  • Add ice cream and apple slice mixture to soda
  • Enjoy