Welcome! Next up in our Frozen Flavor series is this double berry lemon-lime ice cream float.
If you’ve ever done much observing about ice cream floats, you will see there are two camps. In one camp are those who believe the ice cream goes into the glass first. In the other are the folks who believe the soda goes in first to eliminate excess foam. I am a staunch member of the first camp. I want all the frothy goodness I can get out of a float!
Double Berry Lemon-Lime Ice Cream Float – Frozen Flavor Feature
This double berry lemon-lime ice cream float is great for showcasing red and white for a theme like Valentine’s Day, or you can add some blueberries to it to give it a festive look for Memorial Day or Fourth of July.
The flavors of this float come together with raspberry sherbet, strawberry soda, and lemon lime soda. However, you could easily adjust by using strawberry sherbet or ice cream and strawberry soda. Of course, that takes away from the double berry factor, but it is so fun to play around with different combinations!
Making floats doesn’t get any easier: a couple of scoops of ice cream or sherbet and flavored soda.
Join us next time for another ice cream drink concoction in our Frozen Flavor Feature series. What kind of ice cream drink person are you: floats, shakes, malts?
- 2 scoops raspberry sherbet
- 1 cup of strawberry soda
- 1 cup of lemon-lime soda, such as Sprite
- Whipped cream
- Sprinkles and berries for garnish
- Add the sherbet to a chilled glass or mug.
- Slowly pour in the strawberry soda.
- Next, add the lemon-lime soda.
- Add the whipped cream.
- Garnish as desired with sprinkles and/or berries.
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