|On the first day of summer, we’re thinking ice cream—and specifically, ice cream floats.
You may have added a scoop of vanilla ice cream into root beer or chocolate soda. But exciting new combinations await:
Designate one night a week “ice cream float night” at your house, and try a different combination each week.
What’s your favorite float recipe? Let us know.
Find more ice cream recipes in our Ice Cream Section.
Steaz green tea soda (enhanced with food
|Why is it called a “float?” The carbon dioxide in the soda causes the scoop of ice cream to float at the top of the glass.
In the early days of ice cream fountains (usually located in drug stores, where pharmacists mixed the syrups), plain soda water was mixed with a syrup to create the flavored soda. Things are so much easier today!
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