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Recipes

Coffee Ice Cream Float

Shavise Glascoe

One look at the bottle of cold brew coffee and I knew what it was destined for. I, like any other exhausted parent, am a big fan of coffee. So much so that I've been trying to find other socially acceptable ways to consume coffee after 5pm (other than coffee liquor). With that being said, why NOT make an easy dessert? And when I say easy, I really mean easy (not what a professional chef would call easy, average person easy). So of course this would lead to a three ingredient ice cream float.

Now two of the three ingredients are from local businesses, but you can easily find a substitute. The coffee I used is from Zeke's Coffee, which I absolutely love. The Coffee & Donut ice cream is from The Charmery (a local ice cream shop). As for the third ingredient it is available nationwide, Vanilla Bean Dry Soda.

Recipe

1 bottle of Vanilla Bean Dry Soda*

Cold Brew Coffee (as much or as little as you want)

2 scoops of Coffee & Donut Ice Cream

  • [Ice Cream Flavors to Try: Vanilla, Cinnamon, Caramel, Dark Chocolate]

Steps

In a mason jar, I added one scoop of ice cream. I then poured a good amount of the soda (about 1/2 a bottle) and cold brew coffee. Finally, I added the second scoop of ice cream on top.

* 1 bottle of Vanilla Bean Dry Soda can make about 2 floats.